His Majesty by
Johnson Brothers is high-quality, rimmed, scallop-shaped earthenware, with a regal tom turkey spreading his plumage in the center of the plate, and an embossed rim strewn with nuts, fruits, berries, and vegetables, all colored in lush earth tones. The outside rim features a thin, painted cable design. Designed from an original engraving, the tom turkey on
His Majesty made his first appearance as an accent plate in the tremendously popular Johnson Brothers
Friendly Village multi-motif pattern. Demand for the accent plate was so great that Johnson Brothers introduced
His Majesty just two years later. Customers have enjoyed the quality and durability of Johnson Brothers china since 1882.
Featuring a raised fruit-motif design that incorporates brilliant bursts of color,
Della Robbia-Flashed by
Westmoreland Crystal is a pattern of distinctive style. This water goblet has wonderful presence on the table, and is a fantastic complement to the bold rim design found on the
His Majesty china pattern. The Westmoreland Glass Company was founded in 1889 in Grapeville, PA, near Pittsburgh.
Della Robbia-Flashed was one of the many patterns the Westmoreland Glass Company produced over nearly a century of glass making. In 1969, a group of collectors gathered to found the National Westmoreland Glass Collectors Club. Through its newsletter and regular meetings, the group works to expand knowledge about the Westmoreland Glass Company and its glassware, and to preserve this important heritage.
Monet (Stainless) is a remarkably elegant flatware pattern!
Monet (Stainless) features a chic beveled edge design and a glossy finish. This beautiful 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 soon became the world’s leading force for silver, dominating American silver production during the Gilded Age of the 1890s. Over their 180 years of production, Gorham has produced such treasures as the tea and flatware service purchased by First Lady Mary Todd Lincoln for the White House in 1859, the Century Vase created for the Philadelphia Centennial Exhibit in 1876, the monument of George Washington in the Capitol's Rotunda, and the Borg-Warner Trophy for the Indianapolis 500. Gorham’s reputation for excellence endures today, and the company has expanded into other dinnerware product categories, making high-quality stainless steel flatware, as well as delicate yet versatile china, and high-quality crystal.
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