Browse Pattern: Les Six Fleurs by Reed & Barton

Handle Image of Pattern Les Six Fleurs by Reed & Barton

LES SIX FLEURS by REED & BARTON
Patented 1901

The introduction in 1901 of Reed & Barton’s sterling pattern, “Les Six Fleurs,” was in fact the culmination of many years of extensive design and meticulous tooling work. The design is a superbly executed bouquet of silver flowers, and shows, with fidelity to the originals, the six different blossoms chosen for representation. All six- the wild rose, the peony, the poppy, the orchid, the fleur-de-lis and the forget-me-not- are depicted on every piece in this exquisite sterling service.
“Les Six Fleurs” is dignified in line and harmonious in form, with an unusually bold relief.