You all did such a great job identifying that last silver pattern inquiry, I thought IÃ¯Â¿Â½d add mine. This is silver that my DH inherited from a deceased aunt. I have no idea what it is. Do you?
If you could provide a manufacturer's name, it would help immensely. Check on the back of a fork.
No help there, unfortunately. All I can read is STERLING.
Did you use a magnifying glass? Are there any other marks? Sorry to keep asking, but there are a million sterling patterns, so any information you can provide to narrow the search is helpful.
Your photo is also a little blurry. You might contact Replacements.com and see if they could help with a photograph ID.
I used a magnifying glass, and couldnÃ¢ÂÂt find anything else. I sent a better photo months ago to Replacements, and never heard back from them, so got discouraged and forgot about it. Perhaps IÃ¢ÂÂll dig out that older photo and give it another try.
Since yÃ¢ÂÂall were so quick with the other identification, I thought maybe someone here would recognize this pattern, too. ItÃ¢ÂÂs not that different from my Gorham Chantilly, which I have service for 6 in. This set is another service for 6, so IÃ¢ÂÂve married the two sets and weÃ¢ÂÂre in great shape with our sterling pieces for all our holiday and family gatherings.
What is the stamp on the knife blade?
Well, that's not very helpful of the folks at Replacements! Guess they have gotten too 'big'. Maybe if you try to call and speak with someone in customer service and get an email to send the photo to you might have better luck. It does look similar to Chantilly now that you mention it. Could it be something English or German perhaps? Glad you have several place settings and can use it!
Whatever pattern it is, I like it a lot and I love the shape of the knife handle.