Wonderful Antique Individual Serving Sauce Pitcher, hotel silver engraved with the name "The Emporium" on one side. This was most likely used to serve syrup at breakfast, but perhaps also might have been a creamer. The top is decorated with elegant beaded detail, the curved handle adds elegance.
This is an earlier piece, there is the usual patina, little scratches and signs of generations of use. There is a little loose bit that rattles around when you turn the pitcher upside down, but nothing is broken, or missing. Delightful for your collection, a wonderful way to offer maple or fruit syrup to your guests at your prettiest table.