Another graceful stainless flatware pattern available in a great set value is
Georgian pattern features a series of scrolls and ridges that create a column-like appearance on each handle. A glossy finish further enhances the aesthetic of this timeless pattern.
Georgian will work flawlessly with a vast number of china and crystal patterns, and will make a lasting impression on your dinner guests. This 45-piece set special includes 8 knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 salad forks, 8 teaspoons, 8 place spoons, a master butter knife, tablespoon, cold meat fork, sugar shell, and pierced tablespoon.
Georgian comes in a lovely manufacturer’s box that makes it a perfect wedding, anniversary, or housewarming gift. This stainless pattern is actually based on a sterling pattern of the same name that was produced in 1898. Over the years, the sterling version of
Georgian has become extremely collectible. Replacements, Ltd. also carries both the older sterling pieces that were first produced in 1898 and the newer sterling pattern which was released in 1990. Both of these patterns can be accessed by clicking the link below.
The Georgian Period, from which the pattern above took its name, lasted from the early 1700s to the early 1800s, and was marked by the crowning of King George I of England. During this period in history the British and French aristocracies reached the apex of their power and influence. Unfortunately for them, also during this period they lost their power and influence during the American and French Revolutions. One of the most unique aspects of the Georgian period relates to the preparation and serving of dinner. Huge sets of ornate porcelain dinnerware were made for the aristocracy, as during the Georgian period, many of today’s most famous china manufacturers were formed, including Adams, Aynsley, Minton, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Spode, and of course, Wedgwood. Huge sets of ornate porcelain dinnerware were made for the aristocracy, as during the Georgian period, many of today’s most famous china manufacturers were formed, including Adams, Aynsley, Minton, Royal Copenhagen, Royal Crown Derby, Royal Worcester, Spode, and of course, Wedgwood. You can add a bit of Georgian elegance to your table with a set of Towle’s
Georgian flatware. Start below to browse and order in a great selection of place setting, serving, and accessory pieces in this wonderful pattern.