This listing is for a set of 10 of these bullion cups by Lenox China with Gorham Sterling Silver holders.
A set of 10 Sterling Silver openwork holders complete with the off white and gold trimmed Lenox China liners. The style of the handles is Art Deco and are marked with the hallmark for Gorham Silver on the sides. The fine china bowls or liners are all hallmarked for Lenox China on the bottoms. The green Lenox hallmark on the bottoms was used from 1906 to 1930.
The 10 openwork two-handled holders are Sterling Silver and are hallmarked. The liners are an off-white with a fine gold line of trim around the top rim. The gold trim is also on the underside of each of these liners.
liners - 4" across, 2" high
holders - 5" across from end of handle to end of handle. They are 2 1/4" high to the top of the handle piece.
liners - green Lenox hallmark of a cursive capital L inside a laurel wreath and the work LENOX under that symbol.
holders - a lion, an anchor, letter inside an eight-sided square, STERLING A7336. (This mark was used on Gorham Silver pieces from to 1868 - 1884.) The A was used by Gorham Silver in the year 1868.
In nice vintage condition with wear commensurate with antique age. I have not polished the silver as the patina is quite lovely and many folks like patina. They could be polished if so desired.
A very classy vintage set for a fine dining experience!
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