International Silver Company flatware advertisement (1952)

The following advertisement below is from the January 1952 issue of Connecticut Circle magazine. It shows the following flatware patterns sold via the International Silver Company’s various divisions and trademark names including: (anchor) Rogers (anchor) sterling, 1847 Rogers Bros., International Sterling, Holmes & Edwards and Wm. Rogers & Son.

International Silver Co flatware advert showing patterns



The following patterns are shown:

From top to the left, down:

> Enchantress pattern
> Northern Lights pattern
> Courtship pattern
> Spring Glory pattern
> Wild Rose pattern
> Richelieu pattern
> Eternally Yours pattern
> Daffodil pattern
> First Love pattern
> Adoration pattern
> Remembrance pattern
> Moonbeam pattern
> Wedding Bells pattern
> Old Charleston pattern
> Bridal Veil pattern

From top to the right, down:

> Prelude pattern
> Royal Danish pattern
> 1810 pattern
> Serenity pattern
> Brocade pattern
> Blossom Time pattern
> Joan of Arc pattern
> Queen’s Lace pattern
> Danish Princess pattern
> Spring Garden pattern
> May Queen pattern
> Youth pattern
> Lovely Lady pattern
> April pattern
> Gardenia pattern
> Exquisite pattern


This original advertment is a clipping in the Meriden Public Library offline file "Meriden - International Silver Company". Click the links above to see more historical documentation concerning the companies.