The Sugar Bowl is an original design with an 18th century Philadelphia influence. It too stands about 5.5″ tall. Many 18th century sugar bowls used tankard lids for covers and mine is no different. The beaded finial is from the drum-shaped William Will teapot. It’s a wonderful thing when recycled parts work with new designs.
The Centerpiece Bowl is a new addition to our product line. It is a real beauty. An original design and a contemporary form, it has a low flared rim with a distinctive beaded edge and an incised line on the inside bottom. At 12″ in diameter and 2″ in height, it truly is worthy of being a centerpiece
You’ll also be amazed at the capacity of this vessel. Fill it with fruit, nuts, veggies...
The Dip Bowl is an ultra modern design with slightly angled straight sides. It holds 12 oz. with room to spare.
The Condiment Bowl looks like a scaled down Revere Bowl with its round bowl, flared lip and sturdy, low foot.
Note: our Small Queen Anne Spoon fits perfectly in this bowl and makes a terrific set.
The Revere Bowls are an adaptation of the original silver Liberty Bowl made by colonial patriot and silversmith Paul Revere. The original bowl has a straight lip, but our version has a gentle curve for a more refined line.
All four sizes are made with heavy gauge metal. An excellent choice for a gift or award!
Available in the following sizes…
The Centerpiece Vase is one of our oldest and most popular designs. Fresh flowers and dried flower arrangements both look great in this wide mouth vessel.
Our new Fluted Bud Vase stands 7″ tall and has a beaded edge on the foot. It’s a simple, yet elegant design and a wonderful gift item.
The Dunham 2 Quart Water Pitcher is a classic mid-19th century design. Dunham was active in Westbrook, Maine from 1837-1861 and was a fine craftsmen. Several firms produced lidded and unlidded pitchers in this style. Capacities varied from 1.5 quart up to one gallon.
I owned and copied a Dunham pitcher several years ago. Unlike the original whose body is made from multiple castings...
The 12 Ounce Syrup Pitcher is an original design. If you enjoy pancakes as much as my family does, this is a must have. This pitcher also works well as a creamer for larger gatherings.
Our Creamer stands about 5.25″ tall, and is an original design, but it resembles an 18th century footed Philadelphia piece with its tulip shaped body, its graceful scroll handle, and its foot with the beaded edge.
The Creamer with cabriolé feet stands 4″ tall to the top of the handle. It is a mid-18th century style creamer and was made to accompany the Queen Anne Teapots. The spout, handle, and feet are separate castings which are soldered to the cream pot body. Later 18th century examples have spouts which are an integral part of the upper body casting. Antique examples of these kinds of cream pots are...