Fancy your very own Comstock Lode? Reed and Barton makes it a downright cinch.
With a history that includes manufacturing Union ammunition during the Civil War, Reed and Barton décor packs quite the resume. Like Gorham Manufacturing Company, the company was founded along the Eastern Seaboard in the early 1800s. While their early production included an impressive cache of figural animal napkin rings, the silver fever that ensued in the late 19th-Century led to the production of the more common Reed and Barton pieces we know today— namely serving trays, goblets, and those undeniably prolific flatware sets.