Category Archives: Tuscan pattern

One Fiddle Too Many

In some prior posts I have written about aesthetic flatware patterns and have attempted to identify a good amount of them.  Although I have written individual posts about some of the earlier flatware designs, I did not attempt to broadly … Continue reading

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Edward Knight Collins

Somtimes curiosity gets the better of me.  Such was the case with one sentence in my prior post on early spoon design patents.  That one sentence was:  “His Tuscan pattern, patented in 1846, was developed at the request of shipping magnate … Continue reading

Posted in Collins Line, Edward K. Collins, Edward Knight Collins, Larchmont, Michael Gibney, Tuscan pattern, United States Mail Steamship Co., USM Arctic, USM Pacific, women and children first | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments