The Tuttle Triumph sterling pattern embodies the essence of early America, captured in a delicately beaded design on a very heavy weight sterling and a larger Continental size. First introduced in 1994, this highly collectible pattern is finely crafted in heavier weight sterling silver in the large Continental size and bears Tuttle's exclusive presidential hallmarks. The versatile motif is basic enough for informal meals while offering a dramatic touch to special occasions, lending elegance to any style décor.
We include the Provincial chest, Mahogany by Reed & Barton, but you can also apply that cost to a different chest.
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.