Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style
Nathan Horowicz Antiques

Black, Starr & Gorham Sterling Silver Trumpet Palace Size Vase in Art Deco Style

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Black, Starr & Gorham sterling silver trumpet vase in palace size. Very majestic in its proportions, it displays a beautiful monogram and a gadrooned rim around the body. It measures an impressive 21 3/4'' in height by 8'' in diameter at the top, is weighted, and bears hallmarks as shown. 

The oldest continuously operating jewelry firm in the United States, Black, Starr & Frost also produced objects in silver. Already in 1860, the company received an order for more than $12,000 of jewelry and silverware from Edward, Prince of Wales. In 1929, Black, Starr & Frost merged with Gorham Corporation, and was renamed Black, Starr, Frost-Gorham.

During the heyday of American silver manufacturing–approximately 1850 to 1940–Gorham was one of the most  influential. The White House has used Gorham silver services during many administrations. Mary Todd Lincoln purchased an impressive tea and flatware service for use in the White House in 1859. Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant asked Gorham to commemorate the country's one-hundredth anniversary with a spectacular Century Vase that contained over 2,000 oz (57,000 g) of sterling silver, and in 1899, it produced a grand "loving cup" composed of 70,000 dimes was designed for Admiral George Dewey. Colonel Henry Jewett Furber placed the largest single commission Gorham ever received for what became known as the famous Furber service. The opulent 740-piece service represents Victorian era dining at its most elaborate. The monumental silver and parcel-gilt "Neptune" epergne made for Furber as part of this service was displayed at the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876. Gorham artisans also sculpted the famous monument of George Washington in the Capitol's Rotunda.

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