cabinetmaker by trade, had a formative influence on the style of the English rococo of the 18th century. Just like his furniture, the cutlery that bears his name is both graceful and vibrant. With its gentle contours and characteristically bold profile this classic design has been part of the Wilkens collection since 1910.
from base metal with a silver plating in Germany. The silver is applied with a galvanic bath and is indicated in Germany usually in gramme for 12 forks and spoons, assumed with 24dm². In other countries such information predominantly is renounced. The surface is free of nickel. Chippendale is highly polished. The functional, classical table accessories has only some additional parts .
Bremen of the silver manufacture Wilkens can be very nicely combined with a less luxurious life style as well. The handy cutleries and silver items are still suitable not only for the everyday use, but also for representative purposes. in 2010 The brand Wilkens & Söhne celebrated his 200th anniversary. With it this company is the oldest one of the silver manufactures in Germany still producing today.
Heinrich Wilkens in 1810, the company was originally a embossing institution for silver. Hollowware from silver was made for the Hanseatic town Bremen and for the kingdom of Hannover....
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