Vintage Riedel Wine Glass Company Ads published today! Riedel Wine Glasses 2008 Ad. Riedel Vitis Wine Glasses 2008 Ad. Claus Riedel Wine Glass Design 2008 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Rookwood Pottery Ads published today! Rookwood Founder Mrs. Storer 1892 Ad. Rookwood Pottery 1898 Ad. Rookwood Pottery Ware 1895 Ad. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage International Sterling Ads published today! (1942) International Sterling Spring Glory. (1947) International Sterling 1810. (1946) International Sterling Courtship. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage 1847 Rogers Bros. Silver Ads published today! (1947) 1847 Rogers Bros Centennial Service. (1946) 1847 Rogers Bros Silver Dream. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Oneida Community Silverplate Ads published today! (1947) Oneida Community Patterns. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Melmac Dinnerware Ads published today! (1954) Melmac Boontonware Deluxe. American Cyanamid Company. Enchantment by Metro. Floating Leaves by Stetson. Whispering Pines by Harmony House. Regal Leaves by Mallory. Sunburst by Lenoxware. Windblown by Kenro. Sunny by Durawear. Mayan by Texasware. Rambling Rose by Brookpark. Autumn Glory by Newportware. Dellwood by Prolon. Folklore by Oneida. Summer Idyll by Miramar. Golden Glory by Royalon. (1956) Melmac Dinnerware. Quality melamine guaranteed by its molders for a full year against breaking, cracking and chipping. A registered trade-mark of American Cyanamid Company. Melmac is a brand name of dinnerware molded from melamine resin, made by American Cyanamid, most popular in the 1940s through the 1960s. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Dishes and Tableware Ads published today! Melmac Boontonware Deluxe, Red Wing Dinnerware, Melmac Dinnerware, Quaker Lace Cloths, Royal Albert For All Seasons China, Towle Sterling Silver Forks, Oxford Bone China Table Settings, Eagle Brand Wm. Rogers Silverware 1899, Villeroy & Boch Botanica Tableware, Wedgewood Kutani Crane China, Arabia Dinnerware From Finland, Hutschenreuther Tavola Porcelain, Rosenthal Continental Place Settings, Block Atlantis Chartres Lead Crystal, Mettlach Ware Connoisseur Collections, Bucilla White Mist Boudoir Ensemble, Federal Practical Housewares. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Reed & Barton Silversmiths Ads published today! (1895) Reed & Barton La Marquise Design. Sterling .925 Fine. The ornamental designs of the reverse side of the different pieces of this pattern show a pleasing variety of flowers, including the Orchid, Golden Rod, Clematis, Wild Rose, Daisy, Easter Lily, Chrysanthemum, Forget-Me-Not. Our good are sold by leading jewelers. (1893) Makers of Solid Silverware. For table use, of varied and attractive designs. We are constantly adding to our stock articles of artistic merit, pleasing in design and of superior finish. (1917) Reed & Barton Silverware. For beauty of design, individuality of style and lasting sterling qualities. Has been foremost for nearly a century. Leading Silver Merchants everywhere will be glad to show you our exclusive productions. (1909) Reed & Barton Wedding Silver. Choicest among her gifts, and dearest to the heart of the bride, are the Sterling pieces and sets which are to be the foundation of her family silver. Reed & Barton is a prominent American silversmith manufacturer based in the city of Taunton, Massachusetts, operating between 1824 and 2015. Its products include sterling silver and silverplate flatware. The company produced many varieties of britannia and silver products since Henry G. Reed and Charles E. Barton took over the failing works of Isaac Babbitt in Taunton. During the American Civil War, Reed & Barton produced a considerable quantity of weapons for Union Army soldiers and officers. In 1928, Reed & Barton merged with silversmith Dominick & Haff. Reed & Barton filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in February 2015, citing ongoing pension liabilities and decreasing revenue. In a bankruptcy auction conducted in April 2015, the operating assets of the company were acquired by The Lenox Company, a competing maker of flatware and tableware. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage Pyrex Dishes Ads published today! (1954) New Pyrex Dinnerware combines outstanding strength and beauty! With color borders banded in 22-carat gold. Flamingo, Lime, Turquoise and Dove Gray. Corning Glass Works. (1956) Pyrex Dinnerware. Cut down on breakage. So tough you can drive nails with it! Made to take the roughest treatment your family can dish out every day! (1940) Stunning new Table Saver with your own initial. Made from the same famous glass used in Pyrex brand ware, was designed by the noted New York stylist, Lurelle Guild. (1954) Pyrex Gift Fair. New Dinnerware! Also available in open stock are new fruit dishes, soup bowls, bread-and-butter plates. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
Vintage 1847 Rogers Bros. Silverplate Ads published today! (1963) 1847 Rogers Bros. Magic Rose. Reflection, Flair, Heritage, Springtime, Leilani. Silverplate. If Magic Rose were available in sterling, it would cost over $400.00 for a service for eight. More to come from www.magazine-advertisements.com!
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