The pieces of this exceptional, antique Victorian sterling silver canteen of cutlery for twenty-four persons have been crafted in the Albert pattern.
The anterior and posterior surfaces of each rococo inspired, King's shape handle are embellished with scrolling leaf ornamentation.
The heel and shoulders of each piece are embellished with further scrolling decoration.
This silver Albert pattern canteen of cutlery consists of 127 pieces:
- Basic Service:
- 24 Table fork
- 12 Table /Serving spoon
- 24 Dessert fork
- 24 Dessert spoon
- 24 Teaspoon
- Additional Pieces:
- Soup ladle
- 4 Sauce ladles
- Fish slice
- Pair of gravy spoons
- Pastry fork
- 7 Salt spoons
- Sugar tongs
- Butter knife
- Sugar sifter
This exceptional service benefits from an extensive range of serving pieces.
The funtamental pieces of this impressive antique London silver service were crafted by William and Elizabeth Eaton, with the sugar sifter, butter knife and pastry fork made by Samuel Hayne & Dudley Cater.
This flatware service can be purchased with knives if so desired, for further information please contact Andrew Campbell directly.
These impressive examples of antique silverware are supplied in felt cutlery rolls; which not only protect the items in storage but significantly reduces tarnishing.
As is the case with most services made by London silversmiths in the Victorian era, this flatware set is a superior gauge and quality; as to be expected by these renowned silversmiths.
Such services, with twenty-four place settings, are becoming increasingly diffiult to locate.
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