Well, this is a bit of a 2 part question but figured I would post once instead of twice.
I recently inherited a set of Gorham silverware and have been going about the process of getting true IDs for all of the pieces. I have a TON of pics up and so far have ID’d almost the entire set. Trouble is, I have 2 pieces that I just don’t know what they are called (as in, I know they are Gorham Lyric buuuut…is it a soup spoon a sugar spoon a fruit spoon or what?)
I have no idea if the set is worth selling. It seems to be in pretty good shape over-all but each piece monogrammed (letter “H”) which i hear can kill any value.
Anyhow, the two pieces I can’t ID are both spoons. One looks very similar to a soup spoon but has a slight point at the end (not as pointed as a fruit spoon though). The other is a spoon as well, but it too is pointed and the surface is nearly flat. Here is a pic (I ID’d the knife as a master butter spread I believe).
Anyhow a picture of the pieces in question can be seen at- http://www.tgupdate.com/sitebuilder/images/DSC00379-670x507.jpg
A picture of the entire set is at- http://www.tgupdate.com/sitebuilder/images/DSC00337-1100x838.jpg
And a TON of pictures of the entire set and pieces is located at- http://www.tgupdate.com/GorhamLyric.html