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Kirk Stieff Stieff Rose Sterling Silverware
Stieff Rose debuted in 1892, the first year Charles Stieff established his silver factory in Baltimore. Stieff Rose is very similar to a pattern made by then-rival Kirk, known as Repousse.
This pattern is now considered "Made to Order". Please allow 4-6 weeks for Place/Dinner settings to be delivered and up to 6 months if ordering Open Stock or other pieces that are not currently in stock.
What chest is included with the 46 and 66-piece sets?
We include the Regency chest by Wallace Silversmiths, but you can also apply that cost to a different chest.
What does "HH" mean?
HH stands for "Hollow Handle", which means that the item has been made with a hollow sterling silver handle, and a stainless steel utensil has been inserted into it. Generally, the dinner knife handle is used for serving pieces, and a smaller version is used for the Butter Knife and Butter Spreader.
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