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Durgin Sterling Silverware Company - A Brief History

William B. Durgin started his company in Concord, New Hampshire in 1853, and it grew to become one of the largest flatware and hollowware manufacturers in the U.S.  Gorham Co. purchased the firm in 1905, and production was moved to Providence, Rhode Island in 1931. Some pattern names are: Bead, Chatham, Chrysanthemum, Cromwell, Dauphin, English Rose, Essex, Fairfax, hunt Club Iris, Lenox, Louis XV, Madame Royale,  Marechal Niel, New Vintage, Orange Blossom, Sheaf of Wheat, Victorian/Sheraton, and Watteau.

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