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In 1902, George C. Lunt, an engraver in the A .F. Towle & Son company, bought the business and renamed it Rogers, Lunt and Bowlen Co. The company has remained in the Lunt family hands since the founding. In 1935, the name was changed to Lunt Silversmiths, which it remains until today.
Lunt's Embassy Scroll pattern was chosen by the U.S. government as its official tableware in all U.S. embassies and consulates around the world.
The company remains at the same place it was founded on the edge of the Berkshire Mountains of Western Massachusetts in the small town of Greenfield.
Lunt manufactures over a thousand different items in their Greenfield facility. Lunt also owns and operates another factory in western New York State making specialty scissors, and is the sole U.S. distributor of fine stainless steel tableware manufactured in France under the Couzon brand.
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