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Sterling Silver1461 of 1657Can you ID sterling fish fork?  (Gorham beef serving fork)Silver Plate
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Posted 4 years ago


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I am not sure what this is. Does anyone know? I do know that it is antique. And when I bought it in the 1990's they said that it is silver. It has a colonial scene. A woman is holding a bag, there is a table with what appears to be a lantern and things. A man appears to be dancing about and another with his back turned may be reading a newspaper. On the right side by the handle a man is holding something..a small bell maybe and on the left a man is holding what looks like a rolled document or a 'spy glass'. Eagle heads hold a handle on each side.

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  1. Lee Waddell, 4 years ago
    this is a monteith bowl. You hang the base of the wine glass onto the scalloped edge placing the bowl of the glass into the basin filled with ice for chilling.
  2. cis2you, 4 years ago
    also, many of these bowl were made in brass and copper.
  3. Arian, 4 years ago
    The dimensions of the bowl is only 6" from handle base to handle base and the bowl is 3 1/4" wide, the height of it is only 6". The picture is a little misleading. Thanks for the guess. The dimensions may give you more ideas. I am certainly at a loss. I bought it to hold potpourri in the early '90's at an antique store.
  4. cis2you, 4 years ago
    with the deminsions you give, it could not be a Monteith bowl. I am now very puzzled as to what it was used for. thanks
    It is quite handsome tho.
  5. rkfatheree, 4 years ago
    Any markings? It looks like pattern used by E.G.Webster & Son. There should be a number somewhere which indicates the type of piece.

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