Loose Cutlery Designs

William Turner Cutlers provide a wide range of designs. Please select your preferred design before viewing the products.

CLASSIC DESIGNS

Baguette

A design with French influence and with similarities to the Rattail pattern. The understated pattern will blend well with any setting, traditional or modern.

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Bead

Designed by the renowned silversmith Hester Bateman, using a simple beaded border in a neo-classical style. The bead originated from the popularity of bead jewellery during this time.

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Harley

Designed in 1930 by William Buterill of William Turner & Co. The delicate art deco design is the most well known company design and copied worldwide.

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Old English

Originally dating from 1750, this classic yet simple design has stood the test of time and to this day remains very popular and shines within a traditional or more modern table setting.

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Old English Fiddle

A pattern that has been in use in England from around 1739 but has origins dating back to the Roman Empire. An elegant time traveller that will never really date.

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Plain Fiddle

Designed in the early 1700's. Derived from hand forgings and named after theshape of a fiddle.

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Rattail

The earliest English pattern originating around 1600. Developed from the traditional hand forging with the central rib (rat-tail) providing extra rigidity to the handle.

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ELEGANT DESIGNS

Continental Thread

The sheer simplicity of Continental Thread makes a classical design statement. A pattern that relects pure quality.

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Dubarry

A design from the start of the 19th century, believed to be inspired by the work of Thomas Chippendale.

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Grecian

An art deco design reflecting classical / greek architecture but designed only in 1920.

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Jesmond

Named after the birthplace of William Turner, this pattern was designed in 1930 by Herbert Pulling of William Turner & Co.

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Kings

The most popular of English patterns. It dates from around 1820 and was heavily influenced by the décor and ornamentation of the period.

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La Regence

A French design from the period of Napoleon II with a very distinctive rich ornamentation.

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Ribbon and Bow

The delicate detail of this pattern has been appreciated by discerning diners for more than two centuries. Understated elegance that will grace any table.

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