Sir Christopher Sterling Silver by Wallace Silver
This month, we highlight place setting, serving, and hollowware pieces from the
Sir Christopher pattern by
Wallace Silver. This
magnificent flatware has a heavy tip with an intricately scalloped body. The center plume of the tip is further accented with a
floral study and distinct scrollwork. The artists at Wallace Silver named
Sir Christopher after the famed British architect Sir Christopher Wren. Wren lived between 1632 and 1723. He garnered his reputation as England’s “Master Architect” when he rebuilt several of London’s churches following the 1666 fire. A variety of place setting and serving pieces are available in this wonderful pattern. We also offer pieces with
monograms, as well as
hand-chased hollowware. Follow the links below to
browse and order pieces from this glorious design!
Click here to see our entire selection in this pattern, and
to order online via our secure form!
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call us toll-free at 1-800-REPLACE (1-800-737-5223)
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