For Your Thanksgiving Celebration
Designed from an engraving, Johnson Brothers His Majesty earthenware features a regal tom turkey spreading his plumage; like many of Waterford Crystal's patterns, Ashling reflects Irish spirit and history; in 1944 Southern Grandeur (Sterling) was introduced by the Easterling company, which became the Westerling company 30 years later!
Gorgeous Autumn Colors
Gorgeous colors for your autumn table – that’s Johnson Brothers Wild Turkeys, produced 1951-1974; Fostoria Jamestown-Amber is pressed glass with a squarish bowl featuring spiral, swirling panels; a lovely plume design and fiddle shape make Benjamin Franklin (Sterling) by Towle a great complement to Johnson Brothers Wild Turkeys china.
Field and Stream, Spode Woodland
Spode Woodland is a multi-motif pattern with field and stream designs framed in dark, earth tone colors; Monarch by Wedgwood Crystal features delicately etched scroll work and shells, with cut panels to refract light; elegant scroll designs and a fiddle shape distinguish Gorham Silver Norfolk/Norfolk Villa sterling.
Less Is More
Villeroy & Boch Jardin D’Alsace Village features scenes and inhabitants (many of them feathered) from a rustic village; dynamic cuts and a multi-sided stem make Noritake Crystal Vendome dance with light; Modern architect Mies van der Rohe remarked that “Less is more,” and Kirk Stieff Winslow sterling proves the adage.
Rich Traditions, Modern Techniques
Blue Danube, produced 1951-2000 by Blue Danube (Japan), is scallop-shaped whiteware with Meissen blue floral designs; Fostoria Virginia-Dark Blue, produced 1980-1986, was among no less than 12 different Virginia colors; Reed & Barton Roseland (Stainless) features an embossed rose design by a silver maker long celebrated for magnificent floral patterns.
The Skill of Artisans
Royal Doulton Canton is fine bone china with gold trim and exquisite camellia designs arranged asymmetrically; dramatic Carlingsford by Stuart Crystal has great presence on the table; exquisite rose designs cover Wallace Silver's Normandie, a pattern with the look and feel of repousse silver.
Traditional Tableware from Celebrated Firms
Flowering Clematis Florida, "Virgin's Bower," is depicted in the Portmeirion multi-motif pattern Botanic Garden; the clean design of Wedgwood Crystal Infinity quietly complements a wide range of china and flatware; most often associated with dazzling crystal, Waterford is also known for high-quality flatware, like Powerscourt (Stainless).
Multi-motif Designs, a Profusion of Flowers
Serene as its name, Lenox Butterfly Meadow is a scallop-shaped, multi-motif pattern featuring flowers and flying insects; also from Lenox Butterfly Meadow, our crystal is decorated with etched floral stems and insect designs; elegant French Floral stainless by Reed & Barton is a multi-motif pattern with embossed floral designs.
Breathtaking Artistry in Dinnerware
Among the 200,000 china patterns at Replacements, Ltd., there are few more stunning that Myott/Staffordshire Chelsea Bird-Blue; gold scrollwork trim produces spectacular effects in St Louis Thistle crystal; with a pheasant design and the name of the celebrated artist-naturalist, Audubon by Tiffany & Co. is sterling silver of dazzling beauty.
Distinctive Earthenware, Pressed Glass, and Stainless
Franciscan Orchard Glade, produced 1995-1998, harks back to patterns that were released during the World War II period; Noritake Crystal Provincial-Light Blue is one of 11 Provincial colors that Replacements, Ltd. has on file; International Silver Cotillion (Stainless) is high-quality, glossy-finish stainless produced under the prestigious “1847 Rogers Bros.” stamp.
Beauty, Power, and Romance
Spode Camilla-Blue (Scalloped, Older) features the lovely, rose-like flower often spelled “camellia” in the U.S.; Fostoria Versailles-Blue crystal, with etched scrolls and plumes, calls to mind the great palace of France’s “Sun King;” the floral designs of Towle Madeira sterling are redolent of the Portuguese island called, “the floating garden.”
Magnificent Floral Patterns
Minton Haddon Hall, introduced in 1948, is fine bone china with spectacular floral designs covering the plate; clear etched glassware with a wafer stem and round foot, Fostoria Camellia was produced 1952-1973; Kirk Stieff Silver Stieff Rose is magnificent repousse sterling introduced in Maryland in 1892.
American Treasures – Metlox, Fostoria, and Oneida
With his bright red, green, and yellow feathers, there’s no doubt who’s top rooster in Metlox California Provincial; Fostoria Jamestown-Green is pressed glass with a squarish bowl featuring spiral, swirling panels; Oneida Paul Revere satin-finish stainless, introduced in 1959, has a production run of 50 years and counting!
Japanese Design Artistry
Noritake Sonoma Gardens whiteware features luscious grape clusters, cherries, and apples on the rim; Noritake Crystal Sweet Swirl-Lilac is delicately colored crystal with a swirled stem and curved panels on the bowl; Yamazaki Silver Old Denmark is high-quality, satin-finish stainless steel with round, sculpted handles featuring elegant ring designs.
Prestigious Mottahedeh Reproductions
Mottahedeh Canton is blue-and-white china reproduced from Mildred Mottahedeh's personal Asian collection, one of the world's finest; Wedgwood Crystal Dynasty features polished, geometric cuts in its flared, squarish bowl – a classic shape; the elegant scroll and plume design of Towle Queen Elizabeth I sterling have kept it in production since 1970.