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Cream Soup Spoon
Old French Sterling Silverware by Gorham
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The Old French Cream Soup Spoon by Gorham measures 6.25". First introduced in 1905, Old French still enjoys wide popularity with its simple thread design. In 2007, the number of available items in this pattern nearly doubled, which is great news for Old French sterling flatware collectors. You might also like a similar stainless steel version of this pattern in Lyrique by Couzon.