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We can offer you many well known and traditional patterns, all Made In Sheffield. Here is a list of some that you will know well and some that you might not have heard of before. If the cutlery pattern is available from us, you will see a link to the options below each style.
How you build your collection is dependent on your requirements. You can create whatever combinations you prefer whether this is full sets or loose items or accompanying accessories. There is no minium order number.
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Sheffield-designed, Albany is one of the earliest patterns with a traditional, sleek looking handle. This pattern dates from the early 1880's. Albany is steeped in heritage. A Victorian design that is still very popular today.
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.
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.
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.
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 cutlery retains its pip placement for the spoons.
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.
Also known as Queen Anne. 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.
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.