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Wallace Silversmiths traces its beginnings back to Robert Wallace, who made the first nickel spoon in America in 1835. He once supplied Horace Wilcox, the founder of International Silver, with spoons to sell from his wagon. The two companies' history intertwines again in 1986 and 1988 when the Syratech Corporation purchased both companies and relocated them to East Boston, Massachusetts.
Today, Wallace Silversmiths is now part of the Lifetime Brands family, who also manufacture Towle Silversmiths, Tuttle, International Silver, and produce the Gorham and Kirk Stieff sterling flatware patterns under license. Click on your pattern of interest below for complete information!
Offerings from Wallace Silversmiths:
Golden Aegean Weave
Very unique basketweave design, with four gold bands encircling the slender handles.
Golden Grande Baroque
Golden Grande Baroque is quite impressive in person, with its two clusters of gold accents separated by a "bridge" of unadorned sterling silver..
The grandest of them all, Grande Baroque has been the top-selling sterling silver flatware pattern in the last half of the 20th century, and through today.
Inspired by the famous lady silversmith of the 18th Century, Hester Bateman features a decorative take on the traditional bead border sterling silver pattern.
Queens is currently the only sterling silver pattern by a major silver manufacturer designed in the traditional "Kings" manner. Continental size.
Rose point is the most aristocratic of all needlepoint lace techniques, and is captured beautifully in sterling silver.
Inspired by Sir Christopher Wren's grand designs in architecture, as England's royal architect. He designed many cathedrals and castles, including Hampton Court, Christ Church, and Greenwich Court.
Made To Order Patterns
Richly designed, heavy weight, Continental size. Part of Wallace's English Collection, which was previously made by C.J. Vander.
Another great pattern from C.J. Vander, now made by Wallace Silversmiths. Slender handles, and a regal presence, with no compromise on weight.
Designed to invoke the colonial motif in a grand manner, with a more graceful take on the classic fiddle shape.
This pattern has a wonderful moderately heavy weight, and is an excellent choice among patterns in this style.