|Cutlery / Vienna Classics
2nd half of the 19th century
It is probably its irresistible charm that makes Belvedere one of the most coveted patterns in our range. We have named it after a place associated with the joys of life: the summer residence of Prince Eugene of Savoy, the venue for some of the most splendid banquets of that time.
The scroll-like curves at the end of the handles and the continuous threads reflect the opulence of the Baroque. With Belvedere you can introduce something of the savoir-vivre of this epoch to your own dining table.
Photo: Klaus Fritsch