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Tiffany & Co. English King Silver Flatware 639 Pieces

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This monumental silver flatware service by Tiffany & Co. is a true treasure

Key Features

  • This incredible English King flatware service by Tiffany & Co. comprises 649 impeccable pieces
  • This service for 18 features rare serving pieces such as a cheese scoop and claret/martini mixer
  • Introduced in 1885, English King is among Tiffany's most prized patterns
  • This entire service is housed in its elegant, custom-crafted chest
  • Each piece is marked "TIFFANY & CO/STERLING/PAT. 1885/M"
  • Case: 44 1/8 wide x 24 5/8 deep x 39 high

Item Details

  • Width:
    44 1/8 Inches
  • Height:
    39 Inches
  • Depth:
    24 5/8 Inches
  • Period:
    19th Century
  • Origin:
This complete and monumental 639-piece Tiffany & Co. silver flatware set for 18 is crafted in the outstanding English Kingpattern and includes a full array of place and serving pieces, including rarities such as a cheese scoop and claret spoon/martini mixer, each one adorned with this majestic motif. Tiffany flatware services were prized possessions in the great houses at the turn of the century so to find such a magnificent complete set is a true treasure.

Fashioned to reflect the elaborate entertaining styles of the Gilded Age, the English King pattern was introduced by Tiffany in 1885. Considered one of the most elegant patterns ever produced, the shell design is subtle in its differences from its English counterpart, yet retains the key design elements that endeared it from the beginning. The result is a classic design transformed by Tiffany's gift for innovation, which consequently received an exclusive patent. Though several versions of this pattern have been made in electroplate by virtually every major silverware manufacturer in the United States, Tiffany's version was the only one to be crafted in sterling silver. English King has remained one of Tiffany's most popular patterns and enjoys a great following both in the United States and abroad. 

Each piece is marked "TIFFANY & CO/STERLING/PAT. 1885/M" 

Case: 44 1/8" wide x 24 5/8" deep x 39" high

This service comprises:
36 lunch knives
36 lunch forks
36 teaspoons
24 table serving spoons
18 dinner knives
18 game knives
18 butter spreaders
18 dessert knives
18 fish knives
18 fruit knives
18 dinner forks
18 game forks
18 fish forks
18 salad forks
18 oyster forks
18 cocktail forks
18 ice cream forks, gilt bowl
18 soufflé forks
18 clam forks
18 ramekin forks
18 salt spoons
18 demitasse spoons
18 five o'clock spoons
18 bouillon spoons
18 ice cream spoons, gilt bowl
18 grapefruit spoons, gilt bowl 
18 gumbo spoons
18 place tablespoons
18 ice tea spoons
6 pierced serving tablespoons
6 serving forks
3 plain bowl gravy ladles
3 shell bowl gravy ladles
3 flat tomato servers
3-piece carving set
2-piece carving set
2-piece salad
2 cold meat forks
2 small sauce ladles
2 master salt spoons
1 large ladle
1 large scalloped soup/punch ladle
1 asparagus server
1 large serving spoon
1 berry spoon
1 sugar sifter
1 jelly spoon
1 sugar sifter gilt bowl
1 cheese scoop
1 small scalloped gilt bowl ladle
1 holiday spoon
1 large pierced vegetable serving spoon
1 clam shell berry server
1 claret ladle
1 cake knife
1 pie knife
1 cheese knife
1 sugar tong
1 larger tong with claws
1 mustard spoon
1 strawberry fork
1 roast holder
1 poultry shears
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