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Kirk Stieff New Sterling Silver Flatware, Silverware

Kirk Stieff came into existence when the legendary Baltimore silver companies, Samuel Kirk & Sons, and Stieff Company, merged in 1979. Both companies were renowned for their revival of the Repousse style (meaning "raised in relief"), which is a difficult hand process for creating elaborate designs.

Kirk Stieff was purchased by Brown-Forman (maker of Jack Daniels and other distilled spirits), then Lenox Brands. The patterns are currently licensed for manufacture by Lifetime Brands, who own the Wallace and Towle Silversmiths names.

Offerings from this manufacturer:

Old Maryland Engraved sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Old Maryland Engraved
Old Maryland Engraved is the most famous of the etched design sterling flatware patterns, first made in 1936.


Repousse sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Repousse
Repousse is inspired by the European technique of creating elaborate designs by pressing through the back of a silver item. The Repousse flatware pattern is flat on the back side, however.

Made To Order Patterns

Golden Winslow sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Golden Winslow
One of the longest-running sterling silver patterns, first made in 1850. Timeless design? Absolutely.


Old Maryland Plain sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Old Maryland Plain
Not as famous or as popular as the engraved version shown above, but it's an excellent choice for a classic, plain pattern. First made in 1850.


Paramount sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Paramount
Inspired by the Art Deco movement between 1915 and 1930, and it's a good alternative if you aren't ready to spring for the Art Deco pattern by Ricci Argentieri.


Stieff Rose sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Stieff Rose
While the Repousse pattern was manufactured by Samuel Kirk, Stieff Company created their own version more than 60 years later, called Stieff Rose. One of 4 patterns using this style, Stieff Rose is the only one still in active production.


Winslow sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Winslow
Winslow was first made in 1850, and has been copied many times over, especially in high quality stainless steel patterns (none made by Kirk Stieff, though)..


Worthington sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Worthington
Originally known as "Severn", this pattern was recently discontinued after production of the Kirk Stieff patterns was taken over by Lifetime Brands. The gold version is still being made.


Worthington Gold sterling silver flatware by Kirk Stieff

Worthington Gold
Worthington Gold is a very regal pattern, with long, slender handles and a tasteful gold accent. It's an excellent choice if you wish to capture the gold accent of your china without being overpowering.

Our other sterling silver manufacturers:

Gorham | International | Kirk-Stieff | Lunt | Towle | Tuttle | Wallace

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