1-96 of 100 patterns
Wedgwood (Sterling, Hollowware, Geometric Base)
B33, B35, C311, C311/W304, C35, C35-H458, H31, H35A, H416, N23, T40, T51-1, V50
Wild Rose-New (Sterling,1948,New,Hollowware)
13515, 13519, 13526, 13529, 13583, 13583-4, 13584, 8196, C153, J61, N243, W49
Windsor (Sterling, Hollowware)
13619, 13621, 13648, 13667, 13694, B192, B193, WD139-5, WD140-5, WG30-5, WG305
International Silver started as a combination of America's greatest silver manufacturers. During the American Colonial period, New England was home to many artisans producing high-quality pewter, sterling, and silverplate, primarily in Connecticut. Through mergers and acquisitions, International eventually grew to comprise 14 silver manufacturers, including Holmes and Edwards (Bridgeport), Meriden Britannia (Meriden), and Rogers Brothers (Hartford). Throughout the years, International Silver patterns like Prelude, Joan of Arc, First Love, and Royal Danish have remained immensely popular.