Reed & Barton

Reed & Barton is an American silversmith and manufacturer of tableware and giftware. The company was founded in 1824 in Taunton, Massachusetts, by Isaac Babbitt and has since become one of the oldest continuously operating silver manufacturers in the United States.
Reed & Barton's early success came from the production of high-quality, handmade sterling silver flatware and hollowware, which quickly gained a reputation for excellence. Over the years, the company expanded its product line to include stainless steel flatware, silver-plated tableware, and a range of gift items.
Reed & Barton's products have been used in numerous high-profile events, including state dinners, presidential inaugurations, and royal weddings. The company has also collaborated with designers and artists to create limited-edition collections, such as the 2012 Olympic Collection designed by architect Michael Graves.
In recent years, Reed & Barton has faced financial difficulties and in 2015, filed for bankruptcy. However, the company was eventually acquired by Lenox Corporation, another American tableware manufacturer, and continues to produce its classic designs and new collections under the Reed & Barton brand.
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