The Gorham Manufacturing Company began producing silverware and other sterling pieces in 1831. Gorham’s notable creations include America’s cup for yachting and the Davis cup for tennis. A silver Gorham basket is offered in the second session of Charlton Hall Auctioneers’ upcoming sale. This vintage item from 1916 is decorated with foliage and flowers. Beyond silverware, a selection of furniture, fine art, and jewelry will be available.
Included is a Tahitian necklace of thirty-five dark gray pearls. These pearls were organically formed from the black lip oyster, which is native to Tahiti. Other items, including a Louis XV-style pier mirror and a marble-top console table, can also be viewed. Visit Invaluable for further information and to register to bid.
Lot Categories:Asian Works Of Art (24), Collectibles (26), Decorative Art (77), Fine Art (23), Furniture (99), Jewelry (51)
# of Lots:304
Price Range:$200 - $3,000
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|Massive Gorham reticulated silver basket||
|Louis XV style pier mirror and marble-top console table (2pcs)||
|Americae Nova Tabula, map by Blaeu||
|South African trophy cup||
|Tahitian pearl necklace||
- Asian Works Of Art
- Decorative Arts
- Fine Art
- Louis XV
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