New Sterling Silver Flatware, Silverware
The Lunt story begins in 1690, and its family tree intertwines with Towle Silversmiths. The Lunt name began in 1900, and they have always been known for their high quality. These patterns are now being manfuactured by Reed & Barton, a privately held company based in Taunton, Massachusetts. All patterns are made in the USA.
Offerings from Lunt Silversmiths:
Bel Chateau is probably #3 on Lunt's list of most popular patterns, and its design is considered the Grand Dame of elegance.
Eloquence is the "flagship" pattern of Lunt's sterling silver offerings. Pierced handles, very detailed ornate design.
The official pattern of U.S. Embassies worldwide. Regal and contemporary, without being overly modern.
Classic, teardrop point design, originally known as "Early Colonial". Carefully detailed gadroon border.
Modern Victorian is Lunt's #2 most popular pattern, and features a subtle interpretation of Victorian-era design.
Recently Discontinued Lunt Sterling Patterns
Delacourt features a well-designed blend of floral clusters accented by scroll work. Some manufacturers might skimp on silver weight when making an ornate pattern, but Lunt didn't.
Golden Embassy Scroll
Identical to the Embassy Scroll pattern above, but the collar features a very tasteful 24K gold accent.
Reminiscent of Tiffany's Audobon silver pattern, but at a fraction of the Tiffany price. Think there's a difference in quality? Think again; Lunt previously manufactured sterling flatware for Tiffany.
This outstanding design is a modern take on the traditional shell design silverware made popular in Colonial times. Also available with a gold accent.
William and Mary
Named for King William III and Queen Mary II, this sterling flatware pattern features a fine needlepoint-inspired border.