Aside from the standard patterns of silver flatware most commonly found in Britain, there are numerous rarer designs. Some of the most famous of these include Lilly, Victorian Grecian, Coburg, Trailing Bright Vine and Pierced Bright Vine. Moving into the 20th century, we see an explosion in styles with Deco designs like Modern Grecian and Sandringham, unusual ornate patterns, like fancy scroll and classical styles like Windsor and Chippendale. There are even some stunning sets designed in the 60s and 70s. There really is an almost limitless variety. If you can’t find the style you’re looking for, don’t hesitate to contact us - we have almost 300 sets in stock in our central London gallery.
Single Maker, Mixed Years
A single maker, mixed years set of antique, Victorian, sterling silver, Princes pattern flatware made circa 1870 in London by George Adams.
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