Great American Tableware
Lenox Provencal Garden is scallop-shaped, multi-motif china featuring delightful “country” shapes and designs; its wonderful blue color and curved panels make Imperial Glass-Ohio Old Williamsburg-Light Blue a truly distinctive pattern; Oneida Act I is stylish, glossy stainless flatware with an exquisite sculpted, scallop-shaped design produced by Oneida for 30 years.
Summer Fruits and Berries
Noritake Royal Orchard features luscious peaches, cherries, grapes, plums, raspberries, or blackberries at the center of the plate; Noritake Crystal Sweet Swirl-Light Green is elegant crystal with a swirled stem and curved panels on the bowl; satin-finish Towle Hamilton is stainless steel flatware that complements a variety of china and crystal.
A Gift for the Marquise
The King of France commissioned Chinese artists to create Vieux Chine (Empire, White) for the Marquise de Pompadour; Apollo Gold crystal is made by the oldest "cristallerie" in France, St Louis, founded in 1586; the lavish design of Reed & Barton Les Six Fleurs (Six Flowers) incorporates all the flowers from a multi-motif sister pattern.
Emperors, Kings, and Presidents
Royal Crown Derby Old Imari is fine bone china, lavishly decorated in colors and designs popularized by 19th century English china makers; Baccarat St. Remy crystal is beautifully balanced with no cuts whatsoever, emphasizing its shape; a beveled outline and flat handle with scalloped tip distinguish classic Fairfax sterling by Gorham Silver.
Timeless Designs from the Art of France
Exquisite Haviland Louveciennes is named for a village in the Paris suburbs, the subject of some 120 paintings by 19th century French Impressionist painters; Baccarat crystal has graced the tables of emperors, and Colbert (Cut) dazzles with arches; Wallace Silver Grande Baroque designer William Warren drew upon Baroque art to craft a masterpiece.
Passion for the Sea
With delicate blue scrolls, a dark blue band, and wide gold trim, Royal Doulton Princeton exudes refinement; Monarch by Wedgwood Crystal features delicately etched scroll work and shells, with cut panels to refract light; the swirls and shell pattern on Wallace Silver Romance of the Sea will convince you that its designer had a personal love of the sea.
Influence from the Italian Renaissance
When you've made it for 250 years, you know something about fine bone china, and Royal Worcester Ambassador-Green is magnificent; flower petals connect the bowl to the swirled stem of Lenox Crystal Monroe (Gold Trim); distinctive gadrooning, popular during the Italian Renaissance, sets Gorham English Gadroon sterling apart from the crowd.
Dinnerware in the American Tradition
With a stylized, geometric floral design on the verge that repeats on the rim, Gorham China Ariana has wonderful airiness; pressed glass with a squarish bowl and swirling panels, Fostoria Jamestown-Blue features elegant curves; reminiscent of Colonial flatware, a simple bead design outlines Wallace American Tradition, high-quality stainless steel.
Applied Art, Remarkable Beauty
Coalport Ming Rose, English bone china with lavish floral designs and gold trim, is remarkably beautiful; flower petals connect the bowl to the swirled stem of Lenox Crystal Monroe (Gold Trim); Gorham Buttercup sterling made its debut in the reign of Queen Victoria.
Star-Crossed Lovers in a Classic Design
Booths Real Old Willow-Blue features gold accents and a design adapted from Chinese lore about star-crossed lovers; an elegant shape and gold trim made Fostoria Classic Gold popular glassware, now sought-after by collectors; Towle Old Master, founded on six generations of silver making, raises artisanship to high art.
Tableware with a Regal Touch
The colors of Royal Doulton Carlyle china are so rich they look like enameled jewelry; flower petals connect the bowl to the swirled stem of Lenox Crystal Monroe (Gold Trim); scrolls, garlands, and a distinctive cameo design highlight Towle King Richard sterling.
Inspired Designs from France
The Haviland Regis Gold heraldic gold borders are redolent of Regency design; Baccarat crystal has graced the tables of emperors, and Colbert (Cut) dazzles with arches; Wallace Silver Grande Baroque designer William Warren drew upon Baroque art to craft a masterpiece.
Spring Flowers, Exquisite Design
Set a lovely spring table with Noritake Azalea, gorgeous rimmed china with life-like azalea blossom designs; Tiffin/Franciscan Wistaria-Pink, crystal featuring a delicate, exquisite color its manufacturer never successfully replicated; and Gorham Silver Strasbourg, scallop-shaped sterling representing the apex of great design.
Greco-Roman Applied Art
With these traditional patterns, colorful Staffordshire Calico Blue (Burleigh Backstamp) china, delicate Fostoria Buttercup glassware, and Greco-Roman style Gorham Buttercup sterling silver (dating from the Victorian period), you'll set a table fit for a queen!
Art Deco Influence
Best-selling Homer Laughlin Co. Fiesta-Persimmon (Newer) earthenware, complementary Imperial Glass-Ohio Old Williamsburg-Clear glassware, and Kirk Stieff Silver Williamsburg Shell sterling silver – order these American dinnerware classics for your household!