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Up to 40% Off Arthur Price of England Cutlery

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Baguette Collection
With fluid lines Baguette's understated pattern complements both traditional and modern settings. Available as Silver Plated, with a lifetime craftsmanship guarantee, or as finest Stainless Steel. Baguette is available loose or as boxed sets.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Bead Collection
The Bead pattern was originally designed by Huguenot silversmiths to represent pearls, which were popular in the French court of the 1760s. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Britannia Collection
Quintessentially English, the Britannia pattern is based on the threaded Old English patterns of the 1750s which have enjoyed international popularity ever since. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Chester Collection
Chester was commissioned by the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire, the 2nd Duke of Westminster, during the early 19th century. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Dubarry Collection
The Dubarry design originated during the early 19th century. Inspired by the fashions of the period this pattern is the epitome of sleek delicacy. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Grecian Collection
The Grecian design was first produced during the Art Deco period, its bevelled edges and angular corners reinterpret the geometry of classical Greek architecture. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Harley Collection
Harley originated from the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 1930s which demanded bold geometric design and a strong emphasis on quality. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Kings Collection
Kings is a direct descendant of an older pattern called Fiddle Thread and Shell. This particular adaptation first appeared around 1817 and is still enormously popular today. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees and finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Old English Collection
Old English evolved in the 1750s from the Rattail pattern. The 'pip' seen on the front of the fork handle appears on the reverse of the spoon because, in the Georgian era, spoons would have been laid face down on the table. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Rattail Collection
Rattail is the oldest pattern in the range and dates from around 1710 when modern table etiquette started to develop. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Ritz Collection
A design exclusive to Arthur Price of England, Ritz is based on the French Empire styles of the 1780s and reflects the tastes of the court of Louis XV1. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.

Arthur Price of England Cutlery Royal Pearl Collection
Royal Pearl was first introduced in 1990 to celebrate H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother's 90th birthday and reflected her love of pearls. Here the pattern is offered on Arthur Price Sovereign Silver Plate with 25 year or Lifetime guarantees or Finest Stainless Steel.


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Arthur Price of England is a premiere cutlery range in either silver plate or stainless steel. The silver plate cutlery is electroplated with pure silver to an average depth of 35 microns with the depth increased to 40 microns for pieces in more general use. Arthur Price of England Silver Plated Cutlery is available with either a 25year or lifetime guarantee. The twelve collections are also available in stainless steel. This top range stainless steel cutlery uses the finest chromium and nickel content to give a truly lifetime performance. Some ranges also include hostess serving items such as cake servers, ladles and steak knives which are supplied in an Arthur Price Gift Box. Arthur Price of England includes twelve collections of cutlery. Baguette is a collection which matches both traditional and modern table settings. With its fluid lines and understated decoration it is a pattern which will never age. Arthur Price of England Bead was originally designed by Huguenot silversmiths in the 1760s for the French court and is said to represent a boarder of pearls. Britannia, as the name suggests, is Quintessentially British and is based on an Old English threaded pattern dating back to the 1750s. Chester was commissioned by the 2nd Duke of Westminster, and is finished at the bottom with a sculptured heraldic edge and raised borders. Arthur Price of England Dubarry was designed in the 19th century as the taste for modern and fashionable designs became more sort after by the ever increasing fashion conscious market. With Thomas Chippendale introducing new design to home interiors, his influence is evident in Dubarry’s ornate shapes. Grecian’s popularity reflected the modern style of Art Deco design. The angular lines and bevelled edges reflect classic Greek architecture and this Grecian cutlery became an instant success in the 1920s. Harley was another design from the same period and offered bold lines and geometric design it is often thought to be a more masculine interpretation of the Art Deco style. Arthur Price of England Kings is instantly recognisable as the Kings pattern is the most widely used cutlery design in the world. Unashamedly ornate, luxurious and opulent in decoration it has always been considered the “Royal” choice when it comes to cutlery. Old English was a variation on the Rattail pattern from the 1700s. The chevron at the base of the handle remains but there is no central line as with Rattail. Rattail was one of the first cutlery’s to be produced at the beginning of the 1700s when table etiquette started to be established. Originally the most widely used item was the spoon. The bowl and handle were not cast as a single piece but as two separate elements. The “Rat Tail” refers to the strip of metal which ran from the base to join the two pieces. Ritz is an exclusive design to Arthur Price of England and is based on the fashions and taste of the French Court of Louis XV1 from the 1780’s. The final collection is Arthur Price of England Royal Pearl. This design was introduced to celebrate the 90th birthday of the Queen Mother and her love of Pearls. All Arthur Price of England ranges are available as either single pieces including both table knives, forks and spoons and dessert knife fork and spoon or in a selection of cutlery canteens. At Kings and Queens we offer Arthur Price of England ranges at a 20% discount.