Robbe & Berking offers a postpurchase guarantee until 2040. For classic patterns which production has run out for a long time, the Flensburg silversmith continues to produce almost all individual parts.
Robbe & Berking, often made after designs of Robert Berking, were mostly originated in the sixties. For all clients of Robbe & Berking who already own one of these classical series and like to get some supplements this a facile possibility their additional parts for their table. And where do you have the possibility still to get absolute original parts of old productions after more than half a century?
this group are available with a longer waiting time and with previous order. Many parts are not in stock, some are. Please, pay attention to the information of the delivery time with your order.
Silver is the first metal of which cutleries were made of and the material has the reputation to possess bactericidal qualities. A sterling cutlery of massive silver is even after decades an object of great value. Depending on the execution real silver objects are not made out of pure silver, but material silver (Ag) are mixed with copper (Cu). The proportionate mass of this alloy is specified in thousandth. So the 800th silver contains 80% of silver and 20% of copper, the 925th silver – also called sterling silver – 7.5% of copper and so on. Therefore, the color of the silver also differs slightly, depending to the percentage of copper in the alloy. Mainly for optical reasons massive silver is galvanized often with a layer of pure silver. Silver is marked with the punch which refers to the punch law of the country of origin. In Germany the imperial crown and the half moon has to be beside the brand of the manufacturer together with the thousandth number as a token for the real silver. In France, however, the head of Minerva in an octagon beside the punch of the manufacture is the juridically correct sign.
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