Fiddle pattern is one of the most cherished of all sterling silver flatware designs. Named after its fiddle-shaped handle, Fiddle is elegant and simple - equally at home in a contemporary or traditional environment. Although the earliest known example is Roman and the pattern was popular in France in the mid-eighteenth century, the vast majority of British fiddle pattern is from the nineteenth century.
Single Maker, Mixed Years
A boxed single maker, mixed years set of antique, Victorian, sterling silver, Fiddle pattern flatware made in London between 1842 and 1875 by George Adams. There is no space for knives in the box. If ordered, they will be provided in tarn proof cutlery storage rolls.
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