Wallace Sir Christopher Sterling Silver 88-Piece Dinner Flatware Set for 12 with Servers in Box
Wallace, sterling silver 88-piece flatware in Sir Christopher pattern, in the English Renaissance style interpreted from the designs of architect Sir Christopher Wren, showing grapes, roses and scroll motifs, consisting of:
- 12 dinner forks measuring 7 5/8'' in length
- 12 salad forks measuring 6 3/8'' in length
- 12 dinner knives measuring 9 3/4'' in length
- 12 butter spreaders measuring 6'' in length
- 12 soup spoons measuring 6'' in length
- 24 teaspoons measuring 5 7/8'' in length
- pierced serving spoon measuring 8 1/2'' in length
- tablespoon measuring 8 1/2'' in length
- 2-piece salad set with a fork measuring 9 1/2'' in length and a spoon measuring 9 1/4'' in length
Hallmarks are shown. Sold in a fitted box.
Wallace Silversmiths is a major American manufacturer of sterling silver. The company was founded by Robert Wallace. He was the son of Scottish immigrant and silversmith James Wallace, who had immigrated in the late 18th century. Robert Wallace became an apprentice to Captain William Mix, at the Meriden Britannia Co. Robert Wallace died in 1892, and the sons and son-in-law continued the business. It grew to be the largest manufacturer of flat tableware in the world, designing several famous patterns including the Grande Baroque pattern in 1941.
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