An exceptional, fine and impressive, composite antique English sterling silver Old English pattern flatware service; an addition to our antique London silverware collection.
The pieces of this exceptional antique sterling silver flatware set have been crafted in the Old English pattern.
The anterior surface of each fork handle and the reverse surface of each spoon handle features a pip to the terminal.
The surface of each piece is embellished with the contemporary engraved crest of a passion nail piercing a man’s heart*.
Each spoon bears a plain rounded heel to the reverse of the bowl.
This antique silver flatware set consists of 86 pieces:
12 Three pronged table forks
11 Three pronged dessert forks
6 Table forks
6 Dessert forks
18 Table spoons
30 Dessert spoons
3 Sauce ladles
The pieces of this impressive antique utilitarian London silver service were crafted by a variety of makers between 1774-1824:
Peter & William Bateman
William Bateman I
William Chawner II
George Smith (III) & William Fearn
William Sumner I
Thomas Wallis II
This Old English pattern flatware service can be purchased with knives if so desired; for further information please contact Andrew Campbell directly at [email protected]
These impressive examples of antique silverware are supplied in felt cutlery rolls; which not only protect the items in storage but significantly reduces tarnishing.
* This crest/heraldic marking pertains to the Logan family.
Three pronged table fork 19.1cm/7.5″
Three pronged dessert fork 15.5cm/6.1″
Table fork 21.2cm/8.3″
Dessert fork 17.3cm/6.8″
Table spoon 22.7cm/8.9″
Dessert spoon 16.9cm/6.7″
Sauce ladle 18cm/7.1″
122 troy ounces/3795g