Plain Fiddle Stainless Steel Cutlery


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The Plain Fiddle Stainless Steel cutlery design dates back to the 1700s and takes its name from having the profile of the musical instrument. A timeless design that will complement any dining table.


Sheffield is the birthplace of Stainless Steel and in honour of this this Stainless Steel cutlery collection is hand made in the Legacy Silverware Sheffield cutlery factory using the finest local 18/10 stainless steel.


The 24 piece set comprises 6 x Table Knives, 6 x Table Forks, 6 x Dessert Spoons and 6 x Tea Spoon and comes in a Legacy Silverware box.


The 44 piece place setting comprises of 6 x Table Knife, 6 x Dessert Knife, 6 x Table Fork, 6 x Dessert Fork, 6 x Soup Spoon, 6 x Dessert Spoon and 6 x Tea Spoon and 2 x Table/Serving Spoons and is presented in a beautiful oak canteen box


The 86 piece place setting comprises of 12 x Table Knife, 12 x Dessert Knife, 12 x Table Fork, 12 x Dessert Fork, 12 x Soup Spoon, 12 x Dessert Spoon and 12 x Tea Spoon and 2 x Table/Serving Spoons and is presented in beautiful an oak canteen box


Legacy Silverware have been manufacturing in Sheffield since 1898 and have been the supplier to Royalty, Concorde and the Titanic. Their history is as rich as it is long and are proudly still manufactured in England.


Made in Sheffield


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