Set of Art Deco style Tudor pattern silver cutlery for 12

Set of Art Deco style Tudor pattern silver cutlery for 12

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Extensive set of George VI silver flatware in the Tudor pattern, featuring stepped Art Deco style terminals; a characteristic design motif of the Art Deco era.

With all pieces made by Mappin and Webb and presented in the original fitted oak canteen (dimensions listed) and comprises:

12 table forks
24 dessert forks
12 dessert spoons
12 large round-bowl soup spoons
12 teaspoons
12 table knives (stainless steel blades)
12 dessert knives (stainless steel blades)

12 fish knives
12 fish forks

12 pastry forks
12 grapefruit spoons

6 table serving spoons
1 soup ladle
2 sauce ladles
1 pair of fish servers
1 carving knife & fork
1 sharpening steel
1 butter knife
1 runcible spoon
3 assorted small servers

The name
Art Deco was officially coined in 1925 during the Exposition Internationale des Arts Décoratifs et Industriels Modernes held in Paris. It was here that the world first witnessed the symmetrical, geometric, and streamlined pieces that defined this era. Art Deco's hallmark was its innovative use of speciality materials, creating a fusion of simplicity and opulence that set it apart. The designs of this period featured clean lines, striking geometric shapes, and a sophisticated touch, often crafted from luxurious and expensive materials, elevating everyday objects and spaces into works of art.

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Weight: 7030g (226.02 troy ozs)


Height 285 mm / 11 12"
Width 485 mm / 19 12"
Depth 385 mm / 15 12"
Weight 7.03 kg (226.02 troy ozs)

1938 - 1947