Georgian was introduced in 1889 and is still in production. It was originally called "Grecian", probably because of the Greek column design that is the base feature of the pattern. Roses are used throughout the pattern and a floral swag can be seen elegantly draped across the top of the column, as if in celebration. The detail in Georgian is unique and displayed on both sides of the handle.
(Individual Steak Knife 8 1/2 inches)
(Butter Spreader 6 1/8 inches)
(Lemon Fork 5 1/8 inches)
(Teaspoon 5 6/8 inches)
(Oyster Fork 6 inches)