Featured Silver Pattern
English King by Tiffany & Co.
| This month, we feature Tiffany & Co.’s English King . This magnificent pattern features a heavy sterling body accented with a scalloped tip and scrolled edge. The waisted terminal shape, or "King Shape", is derived from an 18th century French design, with the front and back of each piece accented with an intricate seashell pattern. Two very interesting design attributes of English King are its hourglass shape and anthemion clusters located at the midpoint of each handle, and where the handles of each piece meet the bowls. An anthemion is a cluster of honeysuckle leaves that radiate in an outward fashion. This design attribute is a common motif in classic Greek and Roman art, and only a company with the reputation and design pedigree of Tiffany & Co. would have the vision to take simple shapes and create such powerful designs. With the exception of a brief six month suspension in 1942-1943, English King has been produced continually since its patent date in 1885. However, it is important to note that the pattern that we feature this month has the "M", "T", or "C" backstamp. These backstamps indicate that the pattern is older and a bit heavier than the pieces that are produced today. Replacements, Ltd. carries a wide variety of pieces in this pattern, including fish forks, fruit spoons, orange knives, oyster forks, vegetable spoons, tomato servers, sugar tongs, cream ladles, tablespoons, salad sets, serving forks, waffle servers, and much more! Start at the link below to start your own set in this classic sterling pattern from Tiffany & Co.
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