Classic colonial design flatware reproduced for Colonial Williamsburg by Reed & Barton, one of America’s foremost marketers of fine tableware and giftware since 1824. The Royal Shell pattern, reflecting the Georgian love of symmetry and fascination with the natural world, has been popular since the 1750’s in colonial America, including at Mount Vernon. All pieces are highly polished, heavy-weight 18/10 stainless alloy.
The 5-piece place setting consists of a 9 3/4" pistol grip knife, an 8" four-tined dinner fork, a 7 1/4" four-tined salad fork, a 7” place spoon, and a 6 ½” teaspoon.
The 44-Piece Set consists of eight full 5-piece place settings plus a 4-piece hostess set of a tablespoon, a pierced tablespoon, a butter knife and a sugar shell.
All items have a 100 year warranty.