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Although there are hundreds of cutlery and flatware patterns in the world, and we can't supply every one of them, we can offer you many well known and traditional patterns. Here is a list of some that you will know well and some that you might not have seen before. If the cutlery pattern is available from us, you will see a link to the options alongside each style.

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Some cutlery patterns that we are often asked about, but are no longer able to supply, are included in the Unavailable/Discontinued section further down the page.

If you are seeking a match to an existing set, please be aware of this FAQ which explains our policy with reference to the subject of 'matching'.

Elkington/James Dixon will supply in full sets only.

Sterling Silver prices are volatile. We may need to enquire with the factory to obtain the latest prices.

LUXURY / CLASSIC CUTLERY PATTERNS

BUDGET CUTLERY DESIGNS

SYNTHETIC HANDLES

UNAVAILABLE/DISCONTINUED PATTERNS

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LUXURY / CLASSIC CUTLERY PATTERNS

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Athenian
Athenian
Has angled, 'cut-off' corners and clean styling. Double beveled edges set this apart from the similar-styled Grecian pattern.
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Athenian (Aegean)

Athenian

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Sheffield-Made

Baguette
Baguette
French style adaptation of Rattail from 1929 that merges the Continental handle shape with a Rattail design.
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Baguette

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price Of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Bead
Bead
An enduringly popular cutlery style designed by Hester Bateman, silversmith. Beading around the edges give this style its name.
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Bead

Bead

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Arthur Price of England

Elkington

James Dixon


Britannia
Britannia
Britannia pattern is similar to Continental Thread and is based on the Old English cutlery style from the 1750s and this design has remained in demand throughout.
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Britannia

Britannia

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Arthur Price Of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Chester
Chester
A 1950s designed pattern made for the Duke of Westminster whose estate borders on the city of Chester.
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Chester

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Continental Thread
Continental Thread
A simple round-ended handle shape with a thread line bordering the full length of the handle. Also known as English Thread.
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Continental Thread

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Sheffield-Made

Elkington


Dubarry
Dubarry
Dubarry is an ever popular design from the early part of the 20th century. This pattern made it onto the Titanic and other White Star Line vessels. Dubarry cutlery can also be viewed aboard the Royal Yacht Britannia which vessel is on permanent display in Edinburgh, Scotland.
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Dubarry

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Elkington

Empire
Empire
Understated yet elegant design style with a cross-over twin border along the handle borders. Named in honour of the British Empire.
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Empire

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Sheffield-Made

Empire Flame
Empire Flame
Designed by Clive Christian with a luxurious style in gold plate, in silver plate, or in matt stainless steel with gold highlights.
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Empire Flame

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Clive Christian


Feather Edge
Feather Edge
This is a decoration on the Old English pattern, originally added by hand engraving with the engraver using a technique known as feathering. Feather Edge has a simple shape finished with a beautiful feather-like impression around the edge. The pattern first appeared in the late 18th century.
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Feather Edge

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Sheffield-Made

Fiddle Thread & Shell
Fiddle, Thread & Shell
A style combining Fiddle and Kings pattern cutlery. The stunning Fiddle Thread and Shell cutlery is guaranteed to add a touch of class to your dining table. This is a Georgian version of the Fiddle design, inspired by the architecture of Robert Adam. It has a delicate thread border and distinctive shells on the head and heels.
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Fiddle, Thread & Shell

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Sheffield-Made

Grecian
Grecian
Grecian pattern was designed in Sheffield in 1929 and has a ‘cut-off’ corner style with a single beveled edge. See also Athenian for a similar double beveled styling.
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Grecian

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Elkington

Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

James Dixon


Harley
Harley
A traditional pattern designed in the 1930s that looks modern and ensures its popularity in the 21st century. Slim and stylish handles with attractive ridges along the length and a neat handle-end.
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Harley

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Jesmond
Jesmond
One of our favourite styles that looks elegant and perfect for any dinner party. Note the scroll end of the handles. The pattern dates from 1925 by W. Pulling and W. Turner.
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Jesmond

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Sheffield-Made

Kings
Kings
A simpler style of Queens which is nevertheless elegant in appearance. This is one of our most popular patterns that has remained in demand for nearly 2 centuries.
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Kings

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Elkington

James Dixon


La Regence
La Regence
Ornate and elaborate design on the handles of these pieces. There is a small area that might accept an initial or two of engraving.
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La Regence

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Sheffield-Made

James Dixon

Lily
Lily
A Sheffield design from the 1950s inspired by the Lily flower with elaborate borders.
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Lily

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Elkington

James Dixon

Louis XIV
Louis XIV
A grand French themed style of cutlery with elaborate decorations but space for an initial or two to be engraved.
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Louis XIV

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Elkington

James Dixon


Ocean
Ocean
A 2016 design that reflects the scales of a fish - Perfect for that unique look.
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Ocean

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Sheffield-Made

Old English
Old English
One of the simplest patterns on the market which might explain its long endurance since it was first designed around 1760. The ’pip’ (the double crescent shape on the handle end) is located on the underside of the spoon - Old English spoons used to be placed facing downwards, but now the custom is for the bowl to face upwards. Nevertheless, Old English cutlery retains its pip placement for the spoons.
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Old English

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Elkington

James Dixon

Old English Fiddle
Old English Fiddle
Old English Fiddle is one of the earliest cutlery designs and is inspired by the shape of a fiddle. Almost identical to Plain Fiddle, Old English Fiddle comes with 'ears' on the spoons and forks. The ears are located either side of the handle just below the prongs and bowl on each item.
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Old English Fiddle

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Sheffield-Made


Panel Reed
Panel Reed
As used on RMS Titanic and supplied with the White Star flag logo engraved on the knife blades. See also the Titanic page.
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Panel Reed

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Arthur Price Titanic Range

Plain Pine
Plain Pine
Simple fork and spoon shapes and pistol handle knives in this pattern.
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Plain Pine

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Elkington

Queen Bess
Queen Bess
A 1924 pattern. A clearly impressive pattern with intricate detail on a continental outline to give a unique sophistication of royalty to any dining setting.
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Queen Bess

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Sheffield-Made


Rattail
Rattail
Rattail dates from the early part of the 17th century comprises pieces with an upward facing ‘pip’ (the double crescent shape on the handle ends) and a rib along the handle shaft.
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Rattail

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Sheffield-Made

Arthur Price of England

Arthur Price Everyday Classics

Elkington

James Dixon

Ribbon + Bow
Ribbon & Bow
A combination of the Continental Thread handle but edged with the ‘cross-over’ ribbon thread. Also known as Reed & Ribbon but goes by the name of Ribbon & Bow via the Sheffield brand.
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Ribbon & Bow

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Elkington (Reed & Ribbon)

Sheffield-Made (Ribbon & Bow)

Royal Flute
Royal Flute
A traditional pattern with modern appeal, Royal Flute is noted for its sculptured fleur-de-lis detail and gracefully stylised handle. This popular design works well with many different dinnerware designs.
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Royal Flute

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Sheffield-Made


St James
St. James
A plain but elegant pattern designed in the 1920s specifically for the Cunard Steamship company.
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St James

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Sheffield-Made

Strathmore
Strathmore
Similar to Harley with a timeless appeal.
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Strathmore

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Elkington

Venetian
Venetian
Elaborate styling of this set just oozes class fit to grace top tables anywhere.
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Venetian

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Elkington

James Dixon


BUDGET CUTLERY PATTERNS

Camelot
Camelot
An everyday cutlery set that looks and feels great from the Arthur Price Signature range. Arthur Price Signature
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Camelot

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Arthur Price Signature

Cascade
Cascade
From the Arthur Price Signature range. Arthur Price Signature
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Cascade

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Arthur Price Signature

Champagne Mirage
Champagne Mirage
As part of the AP Monsoon range. Monsoon
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Champagne Mirage

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Arthur Price Monsoon


Echo
Echo
Echo cutlery is from the AP Signature range. Note that the knife will stand blade-downwards making for an unusual piece of cutlery. Arthur Price Signature Range
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Echo

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AP Signature

Henley
Henley
Henley cutlery is from the AP Signature range. Arthur Price Signature Range
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Henley

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AP Signature

Mirage
Mirage
Leading high street brand Monsoon has joined forces to create the exceptional Mirage pattern for Arthur Price. Monsoon
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Mirage

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Arthur Price Monsoon Range


Rivelin
Rivelin
Designed by Sophie Conran who has produced this stylish set of quality cutlery that is ideal for everyday use and for special occasions. Sophie Conran
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Rivelin

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Arthur Price Sophie Conran

Warwick
Warwick
From the Arthur Price Signature Range. Signature
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Warwick

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Arthur Price Signature

Willow
Willow
Simple yet sophisticated style and a perfect set to hold. From the Arthur Price Everyday Classics Range.
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Willow

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Arthur Price Everyday Classics


Synthetic Handles

New Handles

We are able to fit new handles to existing knives or replace the existing handle with a synthetic one (if the knives are of a conventional design).

We can replace old bone-handled knives with new, dishwasher-safe replacement handles. See our Repairs page for details.

Re-Fitting Or New Blades

We are able to fit new handles to existing knives or replace the existing handle with a synthetic one.
We may also be able to replace knife blades but the factory need to assess these tasks as there could be a risk of damage to the handle. Photos will be required.


UNAVAILABLE/DISCONTINUED PATTERNS

We are unable to offer you the following patterns. If you need guidance and other links when seeking these patterns, please visit our Rare Items page and try the links under 'Other Suppliers'.

If you are struggling to identify a pattern, here's a book that lists hundreds of patterns. Previews and images available. Check the Stainless Flatware Guide by Bob Page & Dale Frederiksen. Able to be viewed online without purchasing.