44 piece place setting of stainless steel cutlery in Bead pattern.
A popular cutlery pattern designed in the 1750’s by London Silversmith Hester Bateman. The pattern is derived from the beading pattern around the edge which represent pearls which were popular in the French court in the 1760’s.
The 44 piece setting consists of 6 x Table Knife, 6 x Table Fork, 6 x Dessert Knife, 6 x Dessert Fork, 6 x Soup Spoon, 6 x Dessert spoon, 6 x Tea spoon and 2 Serving spoons. Items can also be purchased individually or see our other listings for a full 44 piece or 84 piece canteen.
All items can be personalised with a message, names or initials on the knife blade.
Since 1898 we have been hand-crafting silverware in our factory in Sheffield. Our silver products are made in England, individually created by our master-craftsmen.
Today, and carrying on the family tradition, we are bringing the history, legacy and tradition of classic silver craftsmanship to the modern market, and paying homage to its origins via our exciting new brand ‘Legacy Silverware’.
Our family factory, based in Sheffield, England – the home of silverware – has been manufacturing silver cutlery for our esteemed customers for over 100 years.