Rosalinde (New York) by Haviland is scallop-shaped, rimmed china, with a delicate design of pink and white roses in the center of the plate, encircled by a thin gold band, asymmetrical pink and white rose designs on the rim, with a rose spray spilling over the verge (the verge is where the center of the plate joins the rim) onto the center, with gold trim on the outside edge of the rim. This pattern was produced under the company name of Theodore Haviland, who was involved in fierce business competition with his brother, Charles, after the death of their father and company founder, David Haviland. Theodore Haviland's firm ultimately won exclusive use of the Haviland & Co. name. Rosalinde (New York) was produced after 1942, when Haviland was under the direction of Theodore's son, William.
Rose Point-Clear crystal by Cambridge flares at the top, with a delicate, cascading rose garland design etched on the concave bowl, which includes a lined optical design. The stem of the glass is ornate, with a textured wafer and two notched knobs, and a round foot. The rim of the foot and rim of the bowl are trimmed with gold. This shapely pattern refracts light beautifully – it's the very epitome of elegance! It was a sought-after pattern from Cambridge – Rose Point-Clear was produced for nearly two decades, from 1935 to 1953. With successful patterns like Rose Point-Clear, the Cambridge, Ohio, company was able to prosper during the Great Depression. With its delicate design and masterful craftsmanship, Rose Point-Clear by Cambridge will grace your table for generations!
Towle Old Master is one of the most popular sterling silver patterns at Replacements, Ltd. Introduced in 1942, Old Master is scallop-shaped, with a scroll design on the edge, a floral design on the center of the handle, and a fan/plume design at the tip. Towle is founded on the craftsmanship and artistry of the Moulton family of England, who over six generations of silver making, raised their artisanship to a high art. A young man named Anthony Towle would join William Moulton IV as an apprentice. When Moulton decided to retire, Towle and a partner, William Jones, bought the Moulton family stock and formed Towle & Jones in 1857. With such a long history and distinguished tradition, Towle's Old Master is a pattern with a name that resonates with skill and pride in craft.
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