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The Westmorland Sterling Co. The company began in 1940 with 5 patterns that were sold door to door. The company was formed as a partnership with Wearever Aluminum, Inc. and Wallace. Wearever gained an additional product line for its salespeople and Wallace a new distribution channel. The pieces were manufactured by Wallace.  Wallace which is now part of Lifetime Brands, continues to use the Westmorland name. Patriotically, Westmorland flatware made during World War II has three dots and a dash after the word sterling. The three dots and a dash is Morse code for V as in V for victory. The Morse code V can be seen and heard in many movies of the World War II era.

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