This pattern was designed by William Warren, one of Wallace's top designers (he also designed Grand Baroque). Lifetime Sterling describes the pattern as, "Renowned royal architect Sir Christopher Wren was the inspiration for this ornate pattern introduced in 1936. The High English Renaissance styling and the concept of beauty as a whole is translated into the harmonious proportions in the center shell-symbolizing the sea-surrounded by an intertwining array of foliage, fruit, and flowers, typifying fertility. The sculptural grandeur and fine detailing is evident from every angle of this magnificent flatware ideal for traditional and formal settings and every dining occasion."
(Gravy Ladle 6 1/2 inches)
(Lemon Fork 5 1/2 inches)