Jack Luhn, Les Hedge and Glenn Olmstead
to sell silver directly to the consumer.
The silverware patterns were not distributed through
department stores or jewelry stores,
the conventional distribution channels of the time (1940's - 1950's).
Gorham manufactured the silverware under the Easterling name:
American Classic (1944), Horizon (1944), Rosemary (1944),
Southern Grandeur (1944), Helene (1955) and Rose Spray (1955).