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AMERICAN & UNITED STATES - Manhattan Pattern butter chip

Product Description
United States Lines: From the onboard silver service of USL passenger ships, a 3.5" diameter dish.

The silver manual for the ship calls it a "Butter Chip, 3 9/16", Stamped Border". The dish is in the famous Manhattan Pattern with its scalloped edges inspired by New York's art deco Chrysler Building. Marked on back is the all-important "United States Lines" and the American silversmiths "Gorham". I believe Gorman pieces were made for the AMERICA in 1940 and then transferred to the UNITED STATES in the mid-1960s when her fleetmate was retired.

Very good condition with light wear and scrapes from shipboard use.
$25.00
Maximum quantity available reached.