A Silver flatware set of Kings Pattern KnivesSOLD

These silver knives made in the Kings Pattern, and are of excellent quality. In total there are 16 of them, eight silver dessert knives (or silver Luncheon knives) and eight silver dinner knives.

They are all hollow handled rather than loaded- the best quality one can find, and no longer in production. They are also completely dishwasher safe! The dessert knives are 22.5cm and the dinner knives are 25cm approx.

This fine flatware set of silver knives was made by C J Vander in 1961, and in excellent condition with no damage or repair.

Type: Knife
Function: Dining
Maker: C J Vander
Country: England


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