This graceful pattern designed by master silversmith Horold E. Nock is styled in the Old Victorian tradition, with refined lines and a restrained decoration popular in the early Victorian era. Introduced in 1942, it features a distinctive violin-shaped handle, a crown of curling leaves, a center rosette with tapering tendrils, and scrolls and flutes along the handle. The classic design is exceptionally versatile, suiting many styles of décor and any dining occasion from family meals to holiday celebrations. A necessary eating utensil for soups and stews. Polish your sterling silver once or twice a year, whether or not it has been used regularly. Hand wash and dry immediately with a chamois or soft cotton cloth to avoid spotting.
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