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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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Meriden Britannia’s Late 19th Century Advertising Campaign

During research it seems I was always coming across Meriden Britannia ads in many different publications from the late 1800s.   Following is a few of those ads and information on the publications from which they came. 1. No. 1  Assyrian coffee spoon, one … Continue reading

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The Victorian Bar

Fascinated as I am by the myriad of patterns and multiple numbers of shapes and uses of late 18th Century flatware and holloware, I recently found myself pouring through “The Meriden Britannia Silver Plate-Treasury, The Complete Catalog of 1886-87, With 3200 … Continue reading

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