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Sango Gold Dust Sienna is a bold china pattern that showcases an artistic geometric design and a stylized color palette. With its warm earth tones and eye-catching asymmetrical design, Gold Dust Sienna perfectly complements the accompanying Old Williamsburg-Amber glassware and the stylish handle design of Ribbon Edge flatware. Sango is a tableware supplier based in Japan, although its wares are manufactured in various other countries in Asia. Sango’s American division was one of the first companies to sell dinnerware outside of department stores, and its product lines continue to expand.

Its wonderful amber color and curved panels make Imperial Glass-Ohio Old Williamsburg-Amber a distinctive pattern. With a knobbed, multi-sided stem and concave bowl flaring at the top, Old Williamsburg-Amber was produced from 1966 to 1980, yet harks back to earlier patterns made famous by Imperial Glass-Ohio in the 1930s. The company, founded in 1901 by Edward Muhleman, a riverboat captain and financier who had enjoyed success in other glass-making ventures, produced widely popular glassware designs for eight decades. Based in Bellaire, OH, Imperial Glass-Ohio was able to pull through the Great Depression due to the success of legendary patterns like Candlewick-Clear and Cape Cod in the late 1930s. Imperial Glass-Ohio pieces are highly sought-after by collectors.

Gorham Silver Ribbon Edge Stainless is a remarkably graceful flatware pattern! Ribbon Edge Stainless features a flowing ribbon edge design with an understated plume decoration on the tip of the handle, and a satin finish. The balance in proportions and shape represents the apex of great design, where each element enhances the effect of the whole. This elegant pattern was produced by a legendary American company. Its founder, Jabez Gorham, was born into a family of eight and apprenticed to eighteenth-century New England silver patriarch Nehemiah Dodge at a very early age. In 1831, Gorham founded his own company in Providence, RI. He quickly established a reputation for creating hand-crafted silver of the highest quality. Gorham Silver’s reputation for excellence endures today.

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