Distinctive creamer made by well-known and prestigious silversmiths from Fifth Avenue, New York, New York.
trapezoid in shape, it stands at over 3 7/8 inches tall at the spout.
intricate scroll work and details follow and accentuate the form of the creamer - no straight lines.
the mouth is 3 inches long by 1 3/8 inches wide. The inside is 3 inches tall.
On the bottom of the creamer, it is marked that holds 3/8th of a - etched in the base silhouette of a full lion with front paw on a a sun with three rays on three BRAND CHATILLON CO
Weight: 4.8 ounces or 135
No attempt has been made to clean up or polish this item. It has age appropriate wear but no dings. Please note that the bottom of the creamer is not level and rocks slightly when placed on an even surface.
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Shipping in North America by Trackable Parcel is $19.24. In Canada, up to $16.00.
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For all other locations, please request a quote from me.
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Our Ref. Number 3175
On Mar-31-13 at 15:06:25 PDT, seller added the following information:
Smart er advised me that the maker is Whiting manufacturing Co. of North Attleboro, Mass. The company was
in business from 1840 until it was bought out by Gorham in 1924, the piece was
retailed by Brand-Chatillon, the sun with 3 rays is the date mark for 1916