Simply adorned, this timeless pattern was inspired by the graceful curved leg of an 18th century chair designed by legendary cabinetmaker Thomas Chippendale. Delicate raised lines and tiny flowers on the handle's front and back accentuate the smooth curves of the pattern.
Shell serving spoon with Hollow Handle
Pattern is fluid and gracious
Material: Sterling Silver
Slender handles flaring to a delicately curvaceous finish generates subtle excitement
Complements the Chippendale collection
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