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Arthur Price Of England Cutlery

Discover the premier range of Arthur Price of England silver plate and Sovereign stainless steel cutlery and hostess accessories. With the perfect poise, balance and weight, Arthur Price of England cutlery epitomises the very best in English design and craftsmanship. The Arthur Price of England cutlery range is still handcrafted in Sheffield to the highest standards, using the finest materials.

As well as the silver plated cutlery, Arthur Price of England also offers a range of premium, handmade Sovereign Stainless Steel cutlery. This cutlery uses the finest 18/10 stainless steel and carries an unconditional lifetime guarantee for daily use and is dishwasher safe.


Baguette
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Baguette. Baguette is an exclusive Arthur Price of England design, the premium cutlery collection from the most desirable cutlery brand in the UK.
Bead
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Bead. The Bead pattern was originally designed by Heugenot silversmiths to represent pearls, which were popular in the French court of the 1760s.
Britannia
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Britannia. Based on the threaded patterns of the 1750s, this quintessentially English pattern has enjoyed international popularity ever since.
Chester
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Chester. Chester is an exclusive Arthur Price of England design, the premium cutlery collection from the most desirable cutlery brand in the UK.
Dubarry
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Dubarry. Dubarry has its origins in the 1770s & 80s, reflecting the influence of ancient Greek & Roman cultures on designers who had recently rediscovered them.
Grecian
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Grecian. This pattern takes its inspiration from the revival of interest in ancient Greece which occurred in the 18th & 19th centuries.
Harley
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Harley. Harley originated in the Art Deco period of the 1920s & 1930s, which demanded bold, geometric design and a strong emphasis on quality.
Kings
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Kings. Kings is a direct descendant of Fiddle Thread and Shell. This particular adaptation first appeared around 1817 and is still enormously popular today.
Old English
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Old English. Evolving in the 1750s from the Rattail pattern, the pip on the front of the fork handle appears on the reverse of the spoon, as, in the Georgian era, spoons were laid face down on the table.
Rattail
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Rattail. Rattail is the oldest pattern in the range, dating from around 1710 when modern table etiquette started to develop. From this pattern, all modern cutlery evolved.
Ritz
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Ritz. Ritz is another exclusive design from Arthur Price and is based upon the French Empire styles of the 1780s, reflecting the taste of the court of Louis XVI.
Royal Pearl
Arthur Price of England Cutlery Royal Pearl. Arthur Price introduced Royal Pearl in 1990 to celebrate HRH Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother's 90th birthday and reflects Her Majesty's love of pearls.

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