Combine the visual attention to detail with beautifully engraved KingsSovereignSilverplated cutlery. Special and specific KingsSovereignsilverplated cutlery adds grace to complete your fine dining experience. Classic complement to your regal table setup.
Matching table or servingspoon for this luxurious opulent design, the Kings cutlery pattern is thought to have been introduced under King George IV, and remains one of the most popular English designs today. Enjoy the splendor of the Regency period at your dining table with this exquisite cutlery dating from around 1818. Part of the European place setting.
Matching table or servingspoon for the wonderful classic French design in the Kings and Queens style, first appearing in the 19th Century Napoleon II period with its opulent decoration of leaves, scrolls and droplets and finishing shell motif. A true luxury cutlery pattern for fine dining excellence in todays period homes. Part of the European place setting.
Matching table or servingspoon for this elegant cutlery design featuring a single raised thread around the edge of its handle. Irresistibly sleek, this clean design makes a wonderful statement on any contemporary or traditional dining table, and is a perfect addition to modern living today. Part of the European place setting.
Sovereignsilverplated cutlery comes with an unconditional and indefinite guarantee. So confident are Arthur Price in the quality of their silverware that they promise to replace or repair it absolutely free of charge in the unlikely event of something going wrong with the quality of workmanship.
Gorgeous in its simple styling that make this Grecian Sovereignsilverplated cutlery must-haves. Fully functional cutlery set to create rich warmth at any dinner table. Sovereignsilver with striking design giving royal touch to a delightful dinnerware set.
Dubarry - Sovereign 25 Year Silver Plate Serving/Tablespoon - Lo
Sovereign 25 years silverplated cutlery comes with a 25 Year Silver Plate - Guarantee. So confident are Arthur Price in the quality of their silverware that they promise to replace or repair it in the unlikely event of something going wrong with the quality of workmanship in the first 25 years.
Matching table or servingspoon for the classical French design inspired by a string of pearls, its teardrop shaped handle ringed by a line of beads around a two tier raised centre. This charming cutlery design has regained popularity during recent years, and is now rightly a wonderful addition to fine dining anywhere. Part of the European place setting.
Matching table or servingspoon for the historic Dubarry design that was introduced in the Victorian era and inspired by furniture from the works of cabinet maker Thomas Chippendale. With it's simple ridged patern with a wave design hallmarked handle, this plain design exudes a timeless elegance that feels equally at home on a traditional or contemporary styled dining table. Part of the European place setting.
Matching table or servingspoon for this spectacular Grecian design, with its elegant style and sophisticated geometric lines that was so popular when this design was introduced during the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 30s. A straight sided, modern designed cutlery based on historical Greek architecture and columns. Part of the European place setting.
Matching table or servingspoon for the oldest of English designs, the Rattail was named after its method of strengthening and providing rigidity to the cutlery with the addition of a central rib, or rat-tail, which was added to the underside of spoons and forks. Today this feature has been incorporated seamlessly into the design. Part of the European place setting.
Carrs English Reed and Ribbon SilverPlatedTableSpoon
Matching table or servingspoon for this feminine design with charming fine lines and elegant ribbon motif detailing, the Reed and Ribbon pattern is a perfect flight of fancy that will charm your dinner guests with its delicate and fun nature. An elegantly simple pattern around a teardrop shaped handle, with clear lines interspersed with flattering ribbons and bows. Part of the European place setting.