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gorham gold flatware
    flatware
  • Eating utensils such as knives, forks, and spoons
  • silverware eating utensils
  • tableware that is relatively flat and fashioned as a single piece
  • Cutlery refers to any hand implement used in preparing, serving, and especially eating food in the Western world. It is more usually known as silverware or flatware in the United States, where cutlery can have the more specific meaning of knives and other cutting instruments.
  • Relatively flat dishes such as plates and saucers
    gorham
  • Gorham is a town in Coos County, New Hampshire, United States. The population was 2,895 at the 2000 census. Gorham is located in the White Mountains, and parts of the White Mountain National Forest are in the south and northwest. Moose Brook State Park is in the west.
  • v Gross, 125 Mass 232; 28 Am Rep 224 (1878) (party wall design let it fall onto neighbor's land)
    gold
  • coins made of gold
  • made from or covered with gold; "gold coins"; "the gold dome of the Capitol"; "the golden calf"; "gilded icons"
  • An alloy of this
  • A deep lustrous yellow or yellow-brown color
  • amber: a deep yellow color; "an amber light illuminated the room"; "he admired the gold of her hair"
  • A yellow precious metal, the chemical element of atomic number 79, valued esp. for use in jewelry and decoration, and to guarantee the value of currencies
gorham gold flatware - Gorham Column
Gorham Column 5-Piece Stainless Flatware Set
Gorham Column 5-Piece Stainless Flatware Set
Inspired by Federal-period architecture, Column will bring its distinctive flavor and classic design to your table. Impressive European sizing and a highly polished finish distinguish this handsome flatware. The lovely scroll motif is equally suitable for everyday use or more sophisticated dining occasions. Crafted to the standards of quality that have distinguished Gorham since 1881.

Inspired by Federal-period architecture, Gorham Column flatware adds a touch of stateliness to everyday or special occasion dining. Crafted from 18/8 stainless steel, the pieces feature a mirror finish and a polished design--a double band at the top of the handle and a simple scroll at the bottom. Gently curved profiles and a low lift at the end of the handles add conservative flair and make the pieces easy to maneuver. Gorham uses European sizing on the tines, bowls, and blades.
This 5-piece place setting includes a 6-3/4-inch salad fork, 7-3/4-inch dinner fork, 9-1/4-inch dinner knife, 7-inch soup spoon, and 6-1/4-inch teaspoon. All pieces are dishwasher-safe, stain-resistant, and covered by Lenox's lifetime replacement policy. Column flatware is also available in serving and hostess sets. --Emily Bedard
What’s in the Box
1 place setting. Place setting consists of: 6-3/4-inch salad fork; 7-3/4-inch dinner fork; 9-1/4-inch dinner knife; 7-inch soup spoon; 6-1/4/-inch teaspoon. 5 pieces total.

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The Table - Set for the "Feasting"
The Table - Set for the "Feasting"
My first adopted Mom had a pre-war (WWII) pattern from Noritake, called Claudette", which was predominately red with a gold band. She had beautiful red crystal to go with it, and my husband recently bought ME some red crystal plates to fill in. My sterling flatware is "Chantilly" by Gorham (also inherited from my Mom with some new pieces to "fill in") and "Strasbourg" by Gorham, inherited from my first adopted Dad's sister when she died some years back (probably 25 years ago). The Blue settings come to us from my husband's mother. Her "good china" is a predominately blue floral pattern with gold banding. It's called "Rose Marie" and is made by the old Syracuse China Company. The blue crystal goblets belonged to my grandmother (the mother of my two adopted moms) and I inherited them from her, mostly because I am the only one in the family with a lot of "blue" in my own "good china" ("Windsong" - Lenox). The blue dessert plates are a relatively :"new" addition, although we found them at an antique shop, purchased by my husband for me to "fill in" some gaps in our stuff. I find it interesting that HIS mom and MY first adopted mom both had services for six - they both married in 1936 - and colored crystal. It made our leftovers perfect together, and even though some may find it a bit "strange" to mix all this color, doing so gives both of US some warm memories of Thanksgivings of childhood, even while creating a "newer" tradition for our daughter and friends who join us.
Table Setting - Old and New
Table Setting - Old and New
My first adopted Mom had a pre-war (WWII) pattern from Noritake, called Claudette", which was predominately red with a gold band. She had beautiful red crystal to go with it, and my husband recently bought ME some red crystal plates to fill in. My sterling flatware is "Chantilly" by Gorham (also inherited from my Mom with some new pieces to "fill in") and "Strasbourg" by Gorham, inherited from my first adopted Dad's sister when she died some years back (probably 25 years ago). The Blue settings come to us from my husband's mother. Her "good china" is a predominately blue floral pattern with gold banding. It's called "Old Ivory" and is made by the old Syracuse China Company. The blue crystal goblets belonged to my grandmother (the mother of my two adopted moms) and I inherited them from her, mostly because I am the only one in the family with a lot of "blue" in my own "good china" ("Windsong" - Lenox). The blue dessert plates are a relatively :"new" addition, although we found them at an antique shop, purchased by my husband for me to "fill in" some gaps in our stuff. I find it interesting that HIS mom and MY first adopted mom both had services for six - they both married in 1936 - and colored crystal. It made our leftovers perfect together, and even though some may find it a bit "strange" to mix all this color, doing so gives both of US some warm memories of Thanksgivings of childhood, even while creating a "newer" tradition for our daughter and friends who join us.

gorham gold flatware
gorham gold flatware
Golden Criteria 45 Piece Flatware Set
802554 The stylish Criteria flatware pattern would be an exquisite addition to your dinnerware collection. The pattern features a triangular shaped handle bordered by subtle gold beading. Made from 18/10 stainless steel, this flatware will be sure to last for generations to come. 45 Piece Flatware Set Includes: -Eight 5 piece place settings. -Sugar spoon. -Butter knife. -Cold meat fork. -Tablespoon. -Pierced tablespoon. Features: -18/10 Stainless steel. -Subtle gold beading. -Triangular shaped handle.

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