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Sommelier and antique lover Lisa Minucci of Heritage Culinary Artifacts travels extensively worldwide through the most beautiful wine regions, taking in the scenery and collecting heirlooms with hundreds of years of history. At her famous store in Napa Valley’s Oxbow Market, she offers these one-of-a-kind culinary finds to a legion of California fans. An avid game hunter, skilled butcher, and passionate cook, Minucci curated this special Gilt Taste Collection for summer, sharing her love of food and wine with all of us.
This set of Gorham's Vanity Fair Silverplated Runcible spoons have a playful shape. They were made by Leo Newstedt Company of Ohio in the early 1900s. Electroplating went commercial in 1876 and this almost perfect example shows silver-plating at its finest. Set of twelve.
Brand: Heritage Culinary Artifacts
Origin: United States
Heritage Culinary Artifacts
From antique butchering tools to copper pots, sommelier Lisa Minucci collects gorgeous, fascinating and functional culinary artifacts as she travels the world’s wine-producing regions and brings them back to share with everyone at her Napa Valley store.