The Anderson flatware was inspired by a hand-wrought pot stand in the collections of Colonial Williamsburg. That standout feature is the artfully twisted handle of each utensil. Set a formal or casual table with this handsome, artisanal set, and signal your guests that a worthy feast is about to be served.
There's a reason Longfellow celebrated the brawny "village smithy" in verse: the wares he forged of iron and steel were essential to 18th-century daily life. The blacksmith's skill, strength, and commitment to working in rough conditions were necessary for every structure, household furnishing, and means of transportation. The Anderson flatware is part of the WILLIAMSBURG Tarpley Collection by Park Designs. 5-pc place setting includes one butter knife, salad fork, place fork, teaspoon and soup spoon.
- Pewter finish
- Stainless steel
- Five-piece place setting
- WILLIAMSBURG by Park Designs
James Tarpley was an 18th-century merchant on Duke of Gloucester Street whose store offered a wide variety of goods to townspeople and the many travelers passing through for business. The WILLIAMSBURG Tarpley Collection by Park Designs includes handsome casual dinnerware, artisanal flatware, woven and hand-printed textiles, and repurposed decorative objects, all inspired by the first working kitchens and inns in America, and by artifacts in the collections of Colonial Williamsburg.