Etruscan (Sterling,1913)

by Gorham

Produced from 1913 to 1991, Gorham Etruscan flatware is a Greco-Roman revival pattern featuring a symmetrical design that includes a Greek key. Although it was released in 1913, it's easy to see that Etruscan silverware was a forerunner for the Art Deco designs that would follow!

  • Item#: 30916
  • Manufacturer Status: Discontinued. Actual: 1913 - 1991
  • Pattern: Etruscan (Sterling,1913) by Gorham [GS ETR]
  • Pattern Number: 1913
  • Description: Sterling, 1913, No Monograms, Greek Key
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