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Flatware Patterns

Trifid

Cannon Knife A very modern-looking pattern with roots in the 17th century. Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. Appropriate knives: Cannon, Plain Pistol, Octagonal Pistol, and Trifid Straight. All with a variety of blades. One of the special variations available is to have the handle edges beveled. Another idea is to use the knife handle as a pattern.

Early English

Plain Pistol Knife A plainer version of Queen Anne, it has no rib running down the handle center and has a slightly thicker end than Queen Anne. Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. Appropriate Knives: Plain Pistol, Octagonal Pistol, Old English, and Cannon. All with a variety of blades.

Early English

Octagonal Pistol Knife A plainer version of Queen Anne, it has no rib running down the handle center and has a slightly thicker end than Queen Anne. Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. Appropriate Knives: Octagonal Pistol, Plain Pistol, Old English, and Cannon. All with a variety of blades.

Hollow Rib

Octagonal Pistol Knife A pattern that accentuates the rib running down the handle of Queen Anne. Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. Appropriate Knives: Octagonal Pistol, Plain Pistol, Old English, and Cannon. All with a variety of blades.

Shell

Straight Blade Knife Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. All spoon and fork handles can be turned up or down. Appropriate Knives: Shell and Onslow Pistol. Both with a variety of blades.

Shell

Finger Point Blade Knife Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. All spoon and fork handles can be turned up or down. Appropriate Knives: Shell and Onslow Pistol. Both with a variety of blades.

Lamerie

  Available with 3- or 4-prong forks. Appropriate Knives: Lamerie Pistol and Onslow Pistol. Both with a variety of blades.