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Safe and simple transaction.
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Piece and Pattern Identification

Sterling Silver Flatware
Piece Identification

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Flatware Piece Identification helps you identify the types of pieces that are available and measurements.

Reed and Barton Sterling Silver Flatware Pattern Identification

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Reed and Barton Flatware Pattern Identification helps you identify flatware patterns produced by Reed and Barton.

Wallace Sterling Silver Flatware Pattern Identification

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Wallace Flatware Pattern Identification helps you identify flatware patterns produced by Wallace.

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Sterling Silver Flatware

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Reed and Barton Francis I Flatware Sets
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Francis I by Reed and Barton is one of the most glorious flatware patterns with its ornate fruit and flower clusters unique to each piece of flatware.

Reed and Barton Francis I
Sterling Silver Hollowware

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Reed and Barton Francis I Hollowware
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Francis I was first introduced in 1907, it has been in continuous production since then. The pattern was named after King Francis 1 of France, who lived during the 1500s.

Sterling Silver Video Gallery

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