Repousse (Sterling, 1828)

by Kirk Stieff

The iconic Repousse silverware pattern by Kirk Stieff made its debut in 1828, making it the oldest sterling silver pattern produced in the United States. To create this pattern, Samuel Kirk, a Philadelphia-trained silversmith, revived an ancient technique known as "repousse" to create an embossed design that's as versatile as it is unforgettable!

  • Item#: 47805
  • Manufacturer Status: Active Actual: 1828 -
  • Pattern: Repousse (Sterling, 1828) by Kirk Stieff [KISREP]
  • Pattern Number: 1828
  • Description: Sterling, 1828, No Monograms
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Kirk Stieff Repousse (Sterling, 1828) Youth Spoon

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