cutlery patterns: "Altfaden" (also known as "Augsburger Faden") is the embodiment of classical cutlery. This design was created in the 17th century as a variation on the "Spaten" form. Its distinctive feature is the "thread" ("Faden" in German) running round the handle as well as the "heart" found at the end on each piece.Koch & Bergfeld has manufactured this form without any change to the design since the company was founded in 1829. "Altfaden" was likewise created by Gottfried Koch.
been used by the German nobility for centuries. "Altfaden" is also known as "noble silverware" as it is used for many important occasions, at receptions, state ceremonies and major events of historical importance. "Altfaden" makes an elegant and luxurious impression on every table, creating a special atmosphere by its very presence.
unparalleled illustrates the style history of the cutleries, a stylistically at ease choice of excellent models in precise processing from more than 180 years of...Koch & Bergfeld brand shop
massive 925/ººº real silver in Germany. Since pure silver is a quite soft material, Altfaden includes 92.5% silver and 7.5% copper. On base of massive silver ornaments and decors can be worked out precisely. The quality is guaranteed by the assaying of Germany and from Koch & Bergfeld.
knives with a hollow handle. Knives with a hollow handle have a blade of special steel which is clearly sharper than a blade from an simple chrome steel. The high-quality hollow handle knives are always composed from two parts, with this cutlery from the blade and the handle from sterling. Koch & Bergfeld Altfaden in sterling is highly polished. The classical cutlery meets all the wishes with the extent of his additional parts: from soup ladle to mocha spoon, from pcs.salad set (shape compote spoon) to vegetable serving fork .
Hallmark Sterling Silver 925 Koch & Bergfeld
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