Rare 1907 Hotel Pontchartrain, New Orleans Creamer
This scarce antique silver plate creamer is from the historic Pontchartrain Hotel in New Orleans.
The Pontchartrain Hotel, located on St. Charles Avenue in Uptown New Orleans, Louisiana, was named after Louis XIV court's Count de Pontchartrain. In the 1940s, it was refashioned as a luxury hotel and became a veritable who's who of prominent locals and visitors. This iconic hotel is still in existence today.
The creamer is quite fancy. It has a raised crest on the front and a fancy handle and mounts (rims). It measures 3-3/4" tall and 4-5/8" from handle to spout.
Beautiful condition. Manufactured by Gorham and stamped "HOTEL PONTCHARTRAIN". Date symbol is 1907.
Great old piece!
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