Category Archives: Italian pattern

The devil you say…

I’ve written an earlier post about the many faces of Henry Hirschfeld’s “Assyrian” patent design that was manufactured by 1847 Rogers Bros. as well as Rogers & Bro.  The faces depicted on various pieces of flatware in that pattern ranged from attractive … Continue reading

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Italian Squirrel

I recently listed some Reed & Barton silver plated nut picks in my Etsy store which featured a squirrel in the design.  In researching this “pattern” I reconfirmed what I have learned previously, nothing is simple. These nut picks provided … Continue reading

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