With its intricate sculpturing and expert craftsmanship, Buttercup is jewelry for the table. Your loved ones deserve only the best.
Cream soup spoon
Pattern flourishes with scrolling flora on gleaming sterling silver
A necessity for soups and stews
Specifications: Material: Sterling Silver
Specifications: Dishwasher safe
Specifications: Made in the USA
Complements the Gorham Buttercup collection
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