Next, we showcase the streamlined elegance of Reed & Barton’s The Pilgrim pattern. Each piece in this exquisite sterling silver collection features a shimmering, understated design that makes this pattern the perfect complement to a wide variety of china and crystal. Items in this collection include tea sets, salt & pepper sets, large waiter trays, and more.
The Pilgrim pattern is emblematic of its maker, Reed & Barton of Taunton, MA, a company that traces its origins to a jewelry store founded by Isaac Babbitt in 1822. After changes in ownership, the company began to use the “Reed & Barton” stamp on its silver in the 1840s. One of the company’s best-known patterns is Francis I. Introduced by Reed & Barton in 1907, Francis I quickly became a favorite of nobility and presidents (no less than four U.S. presidents dined with Francis I– Woodrow Wilson, Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, and Gerald Ford). Now well into its second century of operation, Reed & Barton is a leader in finely crafted sterling silver and stainless steel.
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