National Geographic : 1950 May
A NEW WALLACE STERLING DESIGN BY WILLIAM S. WARREN WILLIAM S. WARREN, America's fore most designer in sterling silver, has created in "Romance of the Sea" a pattern so imaginative, so complete in his conception of sculptured beauty, that it promises to become his greatest contribution to fine sterling silver design. For his new design, the sculptor blends symbols of the sea into a continuity of lus trous silver beauty. The source of the design is found deeply down the stem where, in rich relief, is symbolized the swirling rhythm of Nep tune's beautiful sea gardens. And deeply down the silver stem The motif is the ocean's gem Gay flora flows in rhythmic swirl Rich setting for the lovely pearl. The swirling movement continues in the upward sweep of sparkling bubbles. Near the top, these gradually fade into the high luster of the graceful wave and delicate spray. Upon the wave rides a gorgeous shell to gloriously crown this romantic design. You will find nothing else like "Romance of the Sea." It is truly in the magnificence of a "Third dimensionn Beauty" design. The sculptured, full-formed pattern is just as lovely in profile as from the front-and ,<E all the elements of the design flow delight fully around the precious silver, to com plement and characterize the beauty of the back-where the completed motif ends with the graceful signature, "Romance of the Sea." COPYRIGHT 1950 WALLACE SILVERSMITH We cordially invite you to see "Romance of the WILLIAM S. WARREN Sea" wherever fine sterling silver is sold through Creator o "RoMne othe Sea" ut America. There you may also enjoy Mr. Creator of "Romance of the Sea"\ la > i " r> k and other Wallace "Third Dimension warren's other Third Dimension Beauty" de Beauty" designs in sterling silver. sgns in sterling silver fr your hone - Grande Baroque, Stradivari, Rose Point, Grand Colonial and Sir Christopher. All are proud productions of Vallace Silversmiths, at Xallingford, Connec Xich lBtH I ticut, since 1835.