Category Archives: Norman

Meant To Be Together

Somethings are just meant to be together…and this holds true in the world of silver plated flatware. In my last blog post, I discussed the Assyrian and Assyrian Head patterns. As I mentioned in that post, Henry W. Hirschfeld was the … Continue reading

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The Many Faces of Assyrian Head

The “Assyrian” pattern was designed by Henry W. Hirschfeld; Patent No. 016713 was obtained by him in 1886 and assigned to Meriden Britannia. The word “Assyrian” is not mentioned within the patent.  Nor is there any mention of variations to … Continue reading

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