A gently tapered handle leads to a sprinkling of rosettes and scrollwork. The oval mirror in the center of the handle acknowledges the vanity of early royalty and servers as the focal point of the pattern.
Versatile and durable
A reverence for romance and tradition is evident
Designed to enhance both your table and dining pleasure
Material: Sterling Silver
Made in the USA
Complements the Grande Duchess collection
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In 1941, William Warren designed Grande Baroque silver
embodying the lavishness and romance that epitomized the 16th century. Among the most revered patterns in sterling history, Grand Baroque remains universally lauded as the pinnacle in third dimensional beauty. Features: Set ...
A gently tapered handle leads to a sprinkling
of rosettes and scrollwork. The oval mirror in the center of the handle acknowledges the vanity of early royalty and servers as the focal point of the pattern. Features: Set includes place ...
The 16th century was England's Golden Age of
progress and prosperity. Shakespeare, science, and exploration all came of age under Queen Elizabeth I, as did the art of silversmith. With its simple beauty, Towle's queen Elizabeth I pays homage to ...