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King Richard Old Master Old Newbury

King Richard Sterling Place Knife Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Place Knife
(117467)

$160

King Richard Sterling Place Fork Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Place Fork
(117468)

$270

King Richard Sterling Salad Fork Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Salad Fork
(117469)

$240

King Richard Sterling Teaspoon Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Teaspoon
(117470)

$210

King Richard Sterling Place Spoon Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Place Spoon
(117471)

$240

King Richard Sterling Five Piece Place Setting Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Five Piece Place Setting
(121782)

$950

King Richard Sterling Large Serving Fork Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Large Serving Fork
(127809)

$160

King Richard Sterling Pierced Serving Tablespoon Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Pierced Serving Tablespoon
(127810)

$340

King Richard Sterling Serving Tablespoon Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Serving Tablespoon
(127811)

$340

King Richard Sterling Gravy Ladle Named for the Richard the Lion Hearted, this pattern was inspired by the rich architectural decoration of old English mansions. Introduced in 1932, the design appears to be deeply carved so the details stand out clearly, offsetting the central ornamental shield mimicking those carried by knights during the crusades and the pointed oval top and neck framed in curling leaves. The confident styling will elevate every meal into a festive dining experience, and enhance traditional and formal settings. 

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.
Towle
King Richard Sterling Gravy Ladle
(127812)

$340