Cutlery Guide

Below you'll find information on the most common cutlery patterns we use for our pieces. There are obviously far too many different patterns throughout the world for us to offer them all, however if you would like a piece made from a style not found in our online shop don't hesitate to contact us and we'll do our best to provide you with a quote. For inspiration on different cutlery types we recommend checking out this page (link opens in new window) at Terry Shaverin's website.

King's Pattern

The King's pattern is one of the most enduring and popular decorative patterns, from the early 19th Century.

 

Bead Pattern

The Bead pattern has a similar shape to the Old English pattern and can be traced back to the 18th Century.

 

Grecian Pattern

The Modern Grecian pattern is a 20th Century Art Deco inspired design.

 

Old English Thread

 

The Old English and Thread pattern has a shaped handle with the addition of a thread along its edges.

 

 

 

Old English Plain

 

The Plain Old English pattern is an 18th Century design and is sometimes called Spire. Probably the most popular pattern of all and many other patterns are based upon this classic shape