International Silver Company Products
New Sterling Silver Flatware, Silverware
The International Silver Company was formed in 1898, and was once the larget silver company in the world. In recent years, it has been folded into the Lifetime Brands family of products, which include Wallace and Towle Silversmiths.
Today, the International Silver name is used now for a variety of seasonal home decor products, and the handful of sterling silverware patterns shown below.
Offerings from this manufacturer:
Occasionally we are asked if there is a similar pattern to Prelude, but there simply isn't. Unique cluster of flowers and slender, clean handles.
Royal Danish is an "inspired by" sterling silver pattern, reminiscent of the famous royal silverware pattern made by Georg Jensen.
Made To Order Patterns
One of the best fiddle-shape Colonial patterns available, in a surprisingly heavy weight.
A softer, slightly floral take on the Rococo period.
Wonderfully pierced handles that give the illusion of the centerpiece floating in mid-air.
Wedgewood's very busy and very detailed design is quite captivating, and you may find your dinner guests giving it quite a lot of attention.
There are several sterling silver flatware patterns that feature roses, and Wild Rose falls on the high side of ornamentation among them.