This silverplate baptismal shell includes gentle ridges along the border as well as delicate beads surrounding a small, lavish cross. Part of the Abbey Collection, this piece is tarnish-resistant and makes a touching gift.
Reed And Barton Abbey Baptismal ShellLenox4710L7350922063122.0000Religious & Ceremonial > Religious ItemsL: 3.5"9505.10.0090CN
Product description:This silverplate baptismal shell includes gentle ridges along the border as well as delicate beads surrounding a small, lavish cross. Part of the Abbey Collection, this piece is tarnish-resistant and makes a touching gift.
Family owned, Reed & Barton Corporation is one of the oldest silversmiths in the United States, its roots dating back to 1824. Over the years, Reed & Barton has evolved into a diversified tabletop company composed of several divisions. The Reed & Barton Silversmiths division continues to produce a wide range of fine sterling silver, silverplated, and stainless steel tableware and gifts, including flatware, serveware, and holloware, as well as picture frames, Christmas ornaments, baby gifts, and musicals. The Reed & Barton Handcrafted Chests division is the world's largest maker of wooden jewelry boxes and flatware chests.
Reed & Barton also acts as the exclusive U.S. distributor for Belleek Fine Parian China, Ireland's oldest pottery, and Aynsley Fine English Bone China, a renowned, 200-year-old company that has supplied tableware to England's royalty. Also,with the founding of Miller Rogaska Crystal, the company's mission was to offer excellent quality and design at an exceptional value.
John Miller founded Miller Rogaska Crystal in 1984. Prior to this venture, John served as the founding president of Waterford USA for nearly twenty-five years. He is credited as being one of the industry's pioneers in bringing fine European crystal stemware and giftware to America.
After decades of strong marketing efforts, Reed & Barton had developed a reputation for quality craftsmanship and fine design work, especially in sterling, wood and crystal.