Category Archives: Flatware

Georg Jensen

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With a history that spans more than 100 years, the Georg Jensen brand represents quality craftsmanship and timeless aesthetic design, producing lifestyle products ranging from holloware to watches, jewelry and home products.

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Alain Saint-Joanis

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Christofle

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Since 1830, Christofle has mastered the art of working with silver, rendering that material sublime and special: it is shiny without ostentation, intelligent without pretense, and versatile yet sincere. The silversmith’s know-how concentrated in its factory in Yainville, Normandy, guarantees … Continue reading

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Legacy Pewter

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From the Kentucky artist internationally recognized for her masterful thoroughbred paintings, Julie Wear has created a new line of distinguished pewter serve ware as part of her fine tableware company.

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Sambonet

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Sambonet dates back to 1856 when it was founded by Giuseppe Sambonet, a nobleman so renowned for his gold and silversmithing abilities that he was entrusted with the restoration of all precious and sacred objects under the custody of the … Continue reading

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Couzon

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Couzon was founded in 1934 by Jean Couzon.  The company quickly developed as one of Europe’s leaders in contemporary cutlery and tableware.  Their unique designs make Couzon flatware the perfect addition to your table for any occasion.  Crafted in silverplate … Continue reading

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Match Pewter

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Match Pewter is handmade by artisans in the north of Italy. Each piece is made with an alloy that is food safe, lead free, FDA approved and requires little or no care. Each piece of Match Pewter is a testament … Continue reading

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Ercuis

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An artistic tradition that goes back to the 19th century, skills transmitted from generation to generation, and a keen eye, are the secrets of the magnificent works by Ercuis. A tribute to the past that moves into the future.

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Sabre

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Sabre Paris, a company founded by Francis and Pascale Gelb, is named after the fencing weapon, the sabre. Light and flexible, the rules of engagement with this weapon are less strict, freer. Sabre flatware and serveware designs are guided by … Continue reading

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Simon Pearce

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Fire, air, strength, skill and passion – these are the essential elements in making Simon Pearce glassware.   Simon was raised on the coast of Ireland, where his parents inspired in him an appreciation of simple, well-designed, functional objects – … Continue reading

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