length 8 1/4 inches, weight 4.59 oz. Troy, no monogram, light wear to gilding at high points (please see fifth enlargement) but exceptionally fine overall condition. An exemplary item for the collector of cast bonbonnieres.
length 6 inches, some slight wear to shell (reverse) where it meets the table, see photo number four, but fine overall condition, monogram EJA (?) script obverse, weight 9.08 oz Troy the set, retailed by William Wise & Son.
Several years ago when Gorham was still in the Providence area and owned by Brown Forman, they decided to reissue some popular early patterns. We bought this piece "new and in the bag," though not directly from the factory. It has seen no use since then (1995 or so) and is in pristine condition. Length 9 inches, 3.06 oz. Troy, mark "Gorham Sterling." It is well worth a quick look at our third enlargement to see what a piece of Medallion flatware looks like, when freshly struck...
An approximately 8" early sterling buckwheat turner with oval thread handle and elaborate floral engraved blade. Excellent condition with only a very slightly flattened end of the blade. Engraved B.G. on the back of the handle. Marked with 925 in an oval and Crosby & Morse for the 1860s Boston partnership of Samuel Crosby and Henry Morse.
Marked STERLING 925/1000 M.W.A (initials in a rectangle). Drop on bowl. Length 16-3/4". Bowl length 4-3/8"; bowl width 2-7/8". Weight 6.9 troy ounces. No monogram. Overall and mark condition are excellent.
engraved in bowl, whether it was a souvenir from that leafy suburb of Northampton or a gift to some long ago Florence we'll never know, length 7 1/8 inches, slight wear to crown (reverse) but fine overall condition, weight 1.68 oz Troy.