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Gammal Fransk Franska Liljan Swedish Silverplated Flatware

Gammal Fransk [Old French]
Franska Liljan [French Lily, Fleur de Lys, Lis]
Swedish Silverplated Flatware
1700s -
This pattern with the Swedish name Gammal Fransk [Old French], also called Franska Liljan [French Lily, Fleur de Lys, Lis], has been a favorite in Sweden since the 1700's in sterling and since the 1860's also in silver plate.

Swedish prices in 2008 for new production can be seen on the present manufacturer's retailer's website. A comparison list is provided here of the 2008 Swedish prices per piece with English translations and equivalents in U.S. dollars:

Prices from Swedish Manufacturer (page opens in new window). These prices have increased since 2008.

Read an interesting article here about the top ten most collected patterns in Swedish silverware, written by a Swedish antiques expert, courtesy Hem & Antik, a Swedish magazine about antiques. Prices shown in the article are for sterling silverware. Comparison prices linked in the inventory descriptions for Franska Liljan are for new silver plate in Sweden. The translation from Swedish to English by Google has been corrected and updated. Please ignore and close the Print Page popup if you don't want to print the page.

Top Ten in (Swedish) Table Silverware (page opens in new window).

Liz Collectible Jewelry is proud to offer collectors this rare Swedish pattern in genuine vintage pieces at very reasonable prices.

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Leckö Leckoe  Swedish Silverplated Flatware

Leckö [Leckoe]
Swedish Silverplated Flatware
1900s -
This pattern with the Swedish name Leckö, named for the famous 17th century Swedish castle Läckö, is a perennial favorite in Sweden since about 1900. The pattern is very close to another popular Swedish pattern, Haga, also named for a castle.

Now discontinued since quite a few years the Leckö pattern still enjoys popularity among collectors of vintage Swedish flatware. Prices in Sweden are commensurate with USA and Canada for vintage ware.

Read an interesting article here about the top ten most collected patterns in Swedish silverware, written by a Swedish antiques expert, courtesy Hem & Antik, a Swedish magazine about antiques. Prices shown in the article are for sterling silverware.The translation from Swedish to English by Google has been corrected and updated. Please ignore and close the Print Page popup if you don't want to print the page.

Top Ten in (Swedish) Table Silverware (page opens in new window).

Liz Collectible Jewelry is proud to offer collectors this lovely Swedish pattern in genuine vintage pieces at very reasonable prices.

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Anitra 1936 Norwegian 830S Sterling Silver Flatware

Anitra 1936
Norwegian 830S Sterling Silver Flatware
1936 -
An original Norwegian design pattern is inspired by old Norse themes from Viking times and faithfully interpreted by one of Norway's most renowned silversmiths, Theodor Olsen Eftf, now also known as Arven 1868, still in business in Bergen, Norway. The stainless steel knife blades are by the venerable old cutlery maker Atkinson Brothers of Sheffield, England. The luxurious 43-piece 830s Norwegian sterling service offered here is in remarkably fine vintage condition, ideal for gift giving.

Open stock also available here.

Liz Collectible Jewelry is proud to offer collectors this lovely Norwegian pattern in genuine vintage pieces at very reasonable prices.

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Christian F. Heise Danish 800 Sterling Silver Flatware

Christian F. Heise Arts & Crafts
Danish 800S Sterling Silver Flatware
1914
Designed and crafted by Danish master silversmiths C.F. Heise and I. Holm, this charming service for six in Arts & Crafts robust style features a sturdy oldfashioned table knife with a tapered stainless blade fitted in a solid handwrought robust handle paired with a matching handwrought table fork with long tines and good heft.

Knife blades stamped J.A. Henckels Solingen Zwillingswerk and INOXIDABLE (i.e. STAINLESS STEEL).

Liz Collectible Jewelry is proud to offer collectors this lovely Danish pattern in genuine vintage pieces at very reasonable prices.

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