This premium collection offers some of the finest cutlery money can buy. From sophisticated silverware to stunning stainless steel, each piece represents the ultimate in stylish living.


With fluid lines Baguette’s understated pattern complements both traditional and modern settings.


The Bead pattern was originally designed by Huguenot silversmiths to represent pearls, which were popular in the French court of the 1760s.


Quintessentially English, the Britannia pattern is based on the threaded Old English patterns of the 1750s which have enjoyed international popularity ever since.


This pattern was commissioned by the Lord Lieutenant of Cheshire, the 2nd Duke of Westminster during the early 19th century.


The Dubarry design originated during the early 19th century. Inspired by the fashions of the period this pattern is the epitome of sleek delicacy.


The Grecian design was first produced during the Art Deco period, its bevelled edges and angular corners reinterpret the geometry of classical Greek architecture.


Harley originated from the Art Deco period of the 1920s and 1930s which demanded bold geometric design and a strong emphasis on quality.


Kings is a direct descendant of an older pattern called Fiddle Thread and Shell. This particular adaptation first appeared around 1817 and is still enormously popular today.

Old English

Old English evolved in the 1750s from the Rattail pattern. The ‘pip’ seen on the front of the fork handle appears on the reverse of the spoon because, in the Georgian era, spoons would have been laid face down on the table.


Rattail is the oldest pattern in the range and dates from around 1710 when modern table etiquette started to develop.


A design exclusive to Arthur Price of England, Ritz is based on the French Empire styles of the 1780s and reflects the tastes of the court of Louis XV1.

Royal Pearl

Royal Pearl was first introduced in 1990 to celebrate H.R.H. Queen Elizabeth, The Queen Mother’s 90th birthday and reflected her love of pearls.


Our Vintage range of teatime accessories is based on the Old English pattern which dates back to the early 1700s and is one of the most famous and enduring designs of cutlery. It is also the oldest pattern in the Arthur Price range.

Luxury Cutlery Cabinets

Arthur Price of England’s handmade wooden cutlery cabinets are beautiful items to display in your home and are made using traditional methods by highly skilled craftsmen.