Gorham Fairfax Sterling Children's Flatware pattern is another of Gorham's long-lived patterns, debuting in 1910. All items are made entirely in sterling silver (except for the stainless steel knife blade in the 3 piece Child's Set). THe Fairfax Child Set features a tailored border that fells comforetable in little hands with a polished brilliant shine. This pattern coordinates well with a wide range of table decor and can be customized with a FREE engraving on the handles.
Gorham flatware got its start in 1831, when metalsmith Jabez Gorham began making coin silver spoons, which quickly replaced the traditional pewter. When he passed the business down to his son in 1848, it soon expanded its offering, eventually becoming one of the largest silver manufacturers in the world. To this day, Gorham is still an industry leader, with a collection that covers Christmas ornaments, baby cups, and more.