thread along the edges can be found in the very early examples of silverware produced around Augsburg. The thread motif as Robbe & Berking offers today in its Alt-Faden range originated around 1760. The thread is repeated on the reverse, opening out into a shell.
out of massive real silver in Germany. Since pure silver is a quite soft material, Robbe & Berking Alt Faden includes silver and 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 Robbe & Berking. Alt Faden is highly polished. The classical table accessories has only some additional parts .
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however, with a lot of love and attention for the details. So products of Robbe & Berking can be described probably the best. At various five-star hotels, in the Moscow Kremlin as well as on the cruise liner MS Deutschland one is dining with cutlery of the manufacture from Flensburg. Robbe & Berking has become a synonym for perfect sterling silver cutlery. To all products of Robbe & Berking is common, the apparently endless patience which is dedicated to the details. No matter whether it concerns a silvered mocha spoon or a big candelabrum.
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