*** Gorham Silver-plated Paul Revere-style Footed 4½" Nut Bowl YC795 ***

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Seller: jan222jan (940) 100%, Location: Carlsbad, California, Ships to: US, Item: 123996389359 Timeless elegance is shown in this bowl made around the 1960s. The clean and classic modern design was actually created by Paul Revere in 1768. Although there are many of these nut bowls out there, few are in the great condition this highly polished piece is. Dimensions are: Diameter – 4½ inchesHeight – 2½ inches The origins of Gorham begin in 1831 when the firm of Jabez Gorham was joined by Henry L. Webster to form Gorham & Webster. In its history, the firm assumed these names: Gorham & Webster (1831-1837), Gorham Webster & Price (1837.1841), J. Gorham & Son (1841-1850), Gorham & Thurber (1850-1852), Gorham & Company (1852-1865), Gorham Mfg. Company (1865-1961), Gorham Corp. (from 1961). The company moved into a new headquarters in Providence, RI in 1890 as employment surpassed 500, and in 1905, they opened a retail outlet on Fifth Avenue in New York City. Throughout the latter half of the 19th century and into the 20th, Gorham attracted some of the best designers and silver artisans in the world. Their rapidly expanding business of doing one-of-a-kind pieces on commission for major world figures and events expanded their profile and introduced Gorham to an international clientele. The decline of Gorham began in 1967, when the company was purchased by Textron, a move that some critics claim decreased quality due to management's lack of understand-ing of Gorham's specialty, producing high-quality sterling silverware and holloware. Textron sold the company to Dansk International Designs in 1989. Brown-Forman Corporation acquired Gorham from Dansk in 1991 and in 2005 resold the unit to Department 56 in the Lenox holdings transaction, with the resulting company renamed as Lenox Group. However, in 2009, Lenox Group filed for Chapter 11 bank-ruptcy and it was subsequently acquired by Clarion Capital Partners, now operating under the name Lenox Corporation, which has three operating divisions, Lenox, Dansk and Gorham. About Us My sister and I are selling the excess family silver and glassware to help recoup holiday costs. Take a look and enjoy! Thank you for checking out our item!!! Happy Holidays! Payment We only accept payment by PayPal in order to protect our buyers. Shipping We take great care in packaging every item to ensure safe shipment to you. Once your order has been processed and we have received pay- ment, your item will be dispatched within one business day. Terms We warranty and represent that the goods are as described in the above listing and photos. We specifically disclaim any implied warranties of title, merchantability, fitness for a particular purpose, and non-infringement. Customers should satisfy themselves that any item choice made is suitable for their intended purpose or use. We pride ourselves on our customer service. In the rare event that you have a problem with your item, please contact us and we'll be happy to help. Returns If the item you purchased is damaged or is not as described, we will happily refund your pur- chase price. However, we must be advised of any damage or issue within three days of receipt of the item. It is the customer’s responsibility to pay for and ship the item back to us. If the item is found to be damaged or not as described, we will also refund the return shipping cost. 16.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Condition: Used, Condition: As is; please review photos., Material: Silverplate, Handmade: No, Modified Item: No, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Brand: Gorham, Object Type: Bowl

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