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Greenbrier Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware

Greenbrier Sterling Silver Flatware

Browse through these listings of the gorgeous Greenbrier Gorham Sterling Silver Flatware and Serving Pieces. The pattern is Greenbrier, which was issued in 1938 and designed by J. Russell Price. Production for this pattern ended in 1991. It’s getting hard to find complete sets of the Greenbrier pattern so if you find one grab it before its gone.

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  1. I have a small sterling piece made by Gorham in 1892 and I’m hoping you can tell me what its purpose. I don’t know if it is for Creamer, Syrup, or Sauce, with a lid. I would like to send some pics for your review. Any information you can share will be greatly appreciated. It is 5 3/4″ long and 3″ high, Wt. 207 grams.

    Ralph Pollard

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