Patterns of the Week Archive - (page 14)
Traditions for Thanksgiving
For a beautifully traditional Thanksgiving Day table, have a look at His Majesty, high-quality earthenware by Johnson Brothers; dazzling Lismore crystal by Waterford, Ireland’s pride; and Chantilly sterling by Gorham, one of the most popular silver patterns ever produced.
Modern Style, Influenced by Plato & Euclid!
With the flair of Dansk Torun stainless flatware, the bold design of Dansk Arabesque china, and the clean lines of Dansk Karin crystal, you'll set a table that is modern, beautiful, stylish, and full of pizzazz!
Mid-20th Century Traditional Patterns
Rosalinde (New York) by Haviland, with a delicate design of pink roses, Cambridge Rose Point-Clear crystal, with a cascading rose garland design, and Towle Old Master, a 1942 scroll and floral design, are beautiful, traditional dinnerware for your home!
A Bouquet of Great Designs
Hazel, fine English chintz china by world-renowned Royal Winton, dazzling Rose Point-Clear crystal by Cambridge, and Les Six Fleurs (Six Flowers) sterling silver by Reed & Barton – a veritable bouquet of great dinnerware designs!
Applied Art In Floral Design
Antique prints of flowers inspired Portmeirion Botanic Garden china, delicately etched, artistic filigree graces the flared crystal of Chantilly by Cambridge, and the Art Nouveau movement shaped Reed & Barton's exquisite sterling silver, Les Cinq Fleurs (Five Flowers).
Frank Lloyd Wright and Tableware
Noritake Imperial Hotel, high-quality, modern china designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, Imperial Glass-Ohio Candlewick-Clear, stylishly curved glassware with stacked ball stems, and Reed & Barton Diamond, sterling silver with elongated diamond handles – bold geometric designs made by master artisans!
Oriental & Occidental Symmetry
Kutani Crane by Wedgwood, high-quality bone china, Persian Pheasant by Tiffin/Franciscan, shimmering crystal of subtle beauty, and Reed & Barton Birch Hall stainless steel flatware – all masterworks of design for your table!
Historic Design Pedigrees
The exquisite patterns featured here represent artisanship of the highest order. Your family and guests will be dazzled with the magnificent table you set with these patterns, designed and crafted by legends in tableware artistry!
Design Elegance & Great History!
To set a table that is literally luscious to the senses, Wedgwood Tonquin-Ruby fine porcelain china, magnificent Thistle crystal by St. Louis, and rare Francis I-Gold Vermeil silver by Reed & Barton are treasures beyond compare!
Set a Glorious Summer Table!
These featured patterns have strong aristocratic lineage, both in terms of the royalty that inspired their design, and the iconic makers that produced them!
Art Nouveau Beauty and Quality
Our featured patterns this week are Design 1900 china by Villeroy & Boch, Candlelight crystal by Cambridge, and Love Disarmed sterling silver by Reed and Barton. They’ll set a table to delight the heart of any Art Nouveau lover!
Design Excellence From Wedgwood & Gorham
Set your table with china, silver, and crystal from this pattern group, and you’ll enjoy elegance and history spanning both sides of the Atlantic!
Mid-Century Elegance and Beauty In Tableware
This pattern grouping highlights gorgeous dinnerware designs from a time when elegance and beauty were first and foremost in the mind of those setting tables. The three patterns featured here are still very popular today, as they feature designs not found mass-marketed in the home chain stores.
Mid-Century Modern China, Crystal and Stainless Patterns
Mid-Century modern tableware designs, which are classic representations of the applied art of mid-20th century America, feature clean, informal lines and natural shapes. The three patterns featured here were very popular mid-century modern designs, and were the essence of modernity during the period from 1954–1966.
Art Deco China, Crystal, and Silverplate Patterns
Art Deco design themes from theearly part of the 20th century are timeless and typically feature understatedsophistication and elegance, as can be seen here in three very interesting patterns; Deauville by Community China, Deauville silverplateby Oneida, and American-Clear by Fostoria.
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