Set of hand-forged Old English pattern silver cutlery for 12

Set of hand-forged Old English pattern silver cutlery for 12

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Antique hand-forged cutlery service in the Old English pattern made by George Jackson & David Fullerton, considered to be one of the finest makers of flatware during the late 19th and early 20th century. All pieces were made in 1902 and 1903 unless otherwise stated and the cutlery is presented in a fitted oak canteen box.

Originating in the 1750s, Old English probably ranks as the definitive British flatware pattern and is therefore one of the most frequently encountered in its various forms. With its simple clean lines, showing a single thumbnail to the reverse of the bowl and the pip on the front of the forks and the back of the spoons, Old English remains the most popular pattern through to the present day.

12 table forks
12 dessert forks
12 tablespoons
12 dessert spoons
12 teaspoons
2 gravy lades (1908/9)

Since antique knives rarely survive, this silver cutlery service includes 12 pairs of modern dessert and table knives in a pattern or your choice. We would recommend Old English Pip, which can be seen in with the set in our photographs, or Spire or Plain Pistol. The knives feature stainless steel blades making them suitable for putting in the dishwasher.


Weight 3452 g (110.98 troy ozs)