Featured Pattern - October 2004
American Colonial by Oneida Silver
This month’s flatware feature is a striking stainless pattern,
American Colonial by Oneida. This
understated and elegant pattern features a violin-shaped symmetrical body that is made from
quality stainless steel. The name
American Colonial pays tribute to America’s humble beginnings as a loosely knit group of thirteen English colonies. Colonists living at this time were pioneers, working to clear and cultivate the land. As a result of this, little art and literature were produced by the colonists. They were simply too busy trying to survive to invest in heavy ornamentation and new forms of art. Most forms of colonial architecture and applied art are defined by
simple, rustic, streamlined, and symmetrical characteristics. The
American Colonial pattern capitalizes on these elements to create a simple and clean design that can be used for both formal and informal occasions. The pattern is easily paired with many china and crystal patterns. Oneida is America’s oldest and largest manufacturer of stainless steel flatware, with the quality work of Oneida craftsmen being recognized throughout the world. Replacements carries a large selection of pieces in the
American Colonial pattern, which you can access by following the link below.
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