Buttercup made its debut in 1899 during Queen Victoria’s rule, and is an excellent example of the
Greco-Roman style in applied arts that was popular during that time. The sterling pieces feature symmetrical handles with scalloped tips, and an intricate combination design that includes flowers, scrolls, and leaves. An additional spray of flowers appears at the end of the handle where the bowl begins. This pattern was produced from 1899 to approximately 1950, during an era known for quality silver workmanship. If you are looking for
high-quality, intricately designed sterling,
Buttercup by Gorham is an excellent choice. In addition to a very large selection of standard place setting and sterling pieces, Replacements offers a number of serving and accessory pieces in both the
newer backstamps, including the two piece carving set, the salad serving fork and spoon, tomato server, gravy ladle, jelly knife, cheese scoop, ice cream slicer, preserve spoon, letter opener, and much more! Complementing the
Buttercup flatware pattern is beautiful
Buttercup hollowware, which is available in both
standard sizes. Start below to browse and start a silver tradition for your home in this sterling classic, a pattern that you will certainly not find being mass-marketed in the home store chains!