Featuring beaded edges, an accented top and a classic handle, Old Newbury brings understated beauty to the table. Much like Boston's famed Newbury Street -- where quite affluence reigns --- Old Newbury is luxury without pretension.
Material: Sterling Silver
Beaded edges and accented top bring a subtle flair to sterling flatware
Complements the Old Newbury collection
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