A mood of grandeur is captured in this English Renaissance–style pattern interpreted from the designs of architect Sir Christopher Wren. Earth's bounties are depicted on each piece from this impressive collection.
Cream soup spoon
Creates a table fit for royal dining
The pattern features a baroque cluster of scrolls and flourishes in bas-relief
Gracefully restrained ornate
Specifications: Material: Sterling Silver
Specifications: Dishwasher safe
Specifications: Made in the USA
Complements the Sir Christopher collection
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