Hofburg 189
Dinner knife

The cutlery invites to festive dining. Cranked curves decorate the wide handles, which are suitable for engraving coats of arms and monograms. The cutlery pattern is connected with the history of the Viennese imperial house. It was part of the Prague residence of Emperor Ferdinand and was taken over by the newly married heir to the throne in 1881. In 1902, the widow of Crown Prince Rudolf commissioned a set from A.Sturm on the occasion of her daughter's wedding.

Available in 925/000 sterling silver or in 150g exclusive silver plating / 60 micron

Price depending on the variation from  244.00 incl. Tax

Customizations: All our products are also available with personal customizations. Please contact us for more information.
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