On the more formal side of things. Eras of Elegance - How to Set a Proper Table.

On the more formal side of things. Eras of Elegance - How to Set a Proper Table.

antique Celluloid Handle VTG carbon steel Meriden Cutlery 12 Table Knives set

antique Celluloid Handle VTG carbon steel Meriden Cutlery 12 Table Knives set

Sheffield John Clarke & Son Bone Handles Civil War Era 3 carbon steel antique table Knives

Sheffield John Clarke & Son Bone Handles Civil War Era 3 carbon steel antique table Knives

Sheffield Harrison & Howson Civil War Era carbon steel 12 Bone Handle antique table knives

antique IV*RY Bone Sheffield VR Harrison Howson Civil War Era carbon steel knife

Sheffield Harrison & Howson Civil War Era carbon steel 12 Bone Handle antique table knives

Civil War Era Bone handles Victorian Sheffield Cutlery LOT Knives 3 prong Forks  #Americana #Sheffield

Civil War Era Bone handles Victorian Sheffield Cutlery LOT Knives 3 prong Forks #Americana #Sheffield

A Victorian matched silver canteen by George Adams and Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1842/54 Of Coburg pattern, comprising settings for thirty of tablespoons, dinnerforks, dessert forks, twenty dessert spoons, eighteen teaspoons, table knives, dessert knives, three salt spoons, two sauce ladles, one sifter spoon, soup ladle and butter knife, weighable silver 360oz

A Victorian matched silver canteen by George Adams and Joseph & Albert Savory, London 1842/54 Of Coburg pattern, comprising settings for thirty of tablespoons, dinnerforks, dessert forks, twenty dessert spoons, eighteen teaspoons, table knives, dessert knives, three salt spoons, two sauce ladles, one sifter spoon, soup ladle and butter knife, weighable silver 360oz

Raised 22-karat gold scrollwork plates by Minton, circa 1900, with Reed & Barton’s ornate "Francis I" knife, a family heirloom. - This is edwardian, which immediately followed Victorian, but celebrated a return to luxury and fun in the court.

Raised 22-karat gold scrollwork plates by Minton, circa 1900, with Reed & Barton’s ornate "Francis I" knife, a family heirloom. - This is edwardian, which immediately followed Victorian, but celebrated a return to luxury and fun in the court.

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