The Grosvenor pattern, introduced in 1921 by Oneida in its Community line of high-quality silverplate, has been one of its long-time best sellers. The Adamesque pattern complemented the Colonial Revival architecture and furnishing in fashion at that time. Grosvenor is also notable for being a pattern in which you can find matching hollowware, as well as china and crystal.
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