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This set of Gorham's Vanity Fair Silverplated Runcible spoons have a playful shape. They were made by Leo Newstedt Company of Ohio in the early 1900s. Electroplating went commercial in 1876 and this almost perfect example shows silver-plating at its finest. Set of twelve.
From antique butchering tools to copper pots, sommelier Lisa Minucci collects gorgeous, fascinating and functional culinary artifacts as she travels the world’s wine-producing regions and brings them back to share with everyone at her Napa Valley store.
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