Gorham Chantilly Sterling Silver 7” Serving Spoon 1950 No Monogram

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I believe this pattern was created by designer William Christmas Codman in 1895. It has been Gorham's Chantilly pattern that is the most popular sterling flatware pattern ever produced. It's a classic. This piece measures 7" long - 1 5/8" across the bowl. Only 4 pieces I have. Marked Gorham Sterling. Could use a light polish. Chantilly's design and fleur-de-lis accents were inspired by the Rococo style of early 18th-century France. I also have this piece in a 8 1/2" serving spoon. Choose your quantity

The piece is in estate condition with some small surface scratches and / or blemishes consistent with vintage sterling silver flatware and there are no monograms.

Will ship via USPO with delivery tracking fully insured.