Finlandia by Churchill features an embossed scallop design, a gorgeous blue and white color palette, and a Scandinavian-influenced floral motif. The stylish design and beautiful color of Finlandia make this the perfect complement to the dazzling Images-Medium Blue glassware and elegant Gigi flatware also featured here. Churchill was founded in 1795 at Stoke-on-Trent in the legendary china-producing region of Staffordshire, England. More than 200 years later, Churchill continues to be a leading manufacturer of high-quality tableware. According to Churchill company literature, its products are used in hospitality establishments in over 70 countries worldwide! In addition to Finlandia, Replacements, Ltd. carries a large number of Churchill patterns, including Willow, Briar Rose, Arctic, Pink Peony, and many others.
The stunning Images-Medium Blue glassware pattern by Gorham Crystal features a bold shape, with a smooth pulled stem, round foot, and eye-catching blue color. Gorham, originally known for its high-quality sterling silver, was founded in 1831 on Steeple Street in Providence, RI. Over the 180 years the company has been in business, it has produced a multitude of silver patterns, most notably, Chantilly, a household name, and the best-selling flatware pattern ever produced. In recent years, Gorham has moved into other tableware areas, including the production of exquisite crystal, like Images-Medium Blue, and high-quality china.
International Silver Gigi is an enchanting stainless steel flatware pattern with a glossy finish and graceful floral design that adorns both the edges and tip. International Silver started as a combination of America’s greatest silver manufacturers. During the American Colonial period, New England was home to many artisans producing high-quality pewter, sterling, and silverplate, primarily in Connecticut. Around 1808, Ashbile Griswold opened a pewter shop in Meriden, Connecticut. Through mergers with regional companies, Griswold’s original shop grew to comprise fourteen silver manufacturers, including Holmes and Edwards (Bridgeport), Meriden Britannia (Meriden), and Rogers Brothers (Hartford). In 1898, the International Silver Company became truly “international,” establishing offices in England and Canada. Throughout the years, International Silver products have remained immensely popular.
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