In 1869 The Tiffany Company introduced its first sterling silver flatware pattern, and appropriately named it "Tiffany". It was designed by Edward C. Moore and described by Osteberg as 'basically a modified Greek double-scroll surmounted by a shell like antefix'. Rising from the stem were small honeysuckle blossoms which flared outward. The pattern was reintroduced in in 1956 as Beekman.
Salad Fork (7 inches)
Salad Serving Set (10 inches)
Buckwheat Server (9 1/4 inches)