Gorham CHANTILLY Sterling BUTTER Tray w Knife Rest

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  • Item Category: Metals
  • Source: eBay
  • Sold Date: May 03,2008
  • Channel: Online Auction

Gorham CHANTILLY Sterling BUTTER Tray w Knife Rest

This sterling silver master butter dish was made during the 20th century by Gorham in America. The butter plate is embossed with a scrolled border that matches Gorham's Chantilly flatware pattern. The serving dish has an attached knife rest. This beautiful master butter plate would make a fantastic wedding gift!

MONOGRAM: None

MEASUREMENTS: Height: 1/2", Dia: 6"

WEIGHT: Approx 3 Troy oz.

HALLMARK: GORHAM, STERLING, MAKERS MARK (see photo #2)

CONDITION: In good condition with normal surface wear from usage and age.

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