Wallace Silver Lauriat silverplate features a flat tip and clean geometric design. The 90-piece set offered this month includes 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 24 salad forks (often misplaced when they're used for dessert), 24 teaspoons (always the first to go missing!), and 12 place/oval soup spoons, along with 1 tablespoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 sugar spoon, 1 medium cold meat serving fork (8 5/8 inches), 1 flat handle master butter knife, and 1 pie server. Take advantage of this special offer on Wallace
Lauriat silverplate flatware today!
Wallace Silver, established in Connecticut nearly two centuries ago, has long been recognized for excellence in tableware craftsmanship. The founder of the company, Robert Wallace, was born in 1815 into a family of silversmiths who had immigrated to New England from Scotland. Apprenticed to William Mix, a renowned Connecticut spoon maker, Wallace purchased a dilapidated grist mill after mastering his trade, and began to produce his own silver flatware in 1833.
Lauriat is just one of many examples of Wallace Silver’s high-quality work in sterling, silverplate, and stainless steel.
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