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Here is a charming silverplate covered dish by Gorham Company of Providence, Rhode Island. I would call it Egyptian revival, but it seems to be Assyrian revival from the little winged bulls that comprise its feet (see fourth photo). It is Engraved with the name "A.A. Stuart" in script as shown in the first and second photos and also with some Eastern-looking motifs, with a sort of star at the center where the knob is. There is a flaw which you can see in the third photo, where there is a sort of untarnished starburst shape without the iridescent patina of the rest of it, it also feels rough to the touch. It may be that the electroplating is fairly thick since it is silver in color. This little dish is about 5 inches high and wide, 8 inches from the end of one handle to the other. Looks sort of like a steampunk flying saucer. Marked on the bottom (fifth photo) with an anchor,"Gorham Mfg. Co, 060, Silversldered". The inside is very bright, apparently it has not been exposed to the air for some time.

Gorham silverplate covered dish, engraved footed dish with lid

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  • Vintage item from 1900 - 1909
  • Material: vintage serving dish
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 545 reviews
  • Favorited by: 99 people