R. Wallace and Sons sterling silver patterns

September 26, 2008 at 3:15 pm (Wallace patterns) (, , , , , , , , , , , , )

R. Wallace and Sons is based in Wallingford, CT. They have been manufacturing silver since 1871.

Here is a list of the patterns by Wallace which are currently available through our antique sterling store. Here are the direct links for our Wallace inventory: Wallace sterling silver forks, Wallace sterling silver knives, Wallace sterling silver spoons, Wallace sterling silver serving pieces, and Wallace sterling silver hollowware.

Click the images to view larger versions with more details. If you would like to contribute other Wallace patterns to this blog, please send us an email: info {at} leonceantiques {dot} com

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6 Comments

  1. Christine Wall said,

    Your online illustrations of Wallace patterns in sterling show exactly the same photo for both “Eaton” and “Violet” patterns. The pattern itself looks like violets. Which is correct?

    Christine Wall

    • leonceantiques said,

      Hello Christine. Our error. The correct pattern is Violet. The Eaton listing is an error.

  2. Betty J. Hickman said,

    I am searching for a serving fork that matches my antique carving knife. The knife has a handle with lillys and birds carved into . It is a silver Carving knife that was part of a set of 3 pieces and came in a wooden box. Thank you for any help. Betty Jean Hickman

    • leonceantiques said,

      Hello Betty. It is difficult to say what pattern this is without taking a photo. If you have a photo of the pattern, you can email us at antiques@leonceantiques.com, and we will let you know what we find. Thanks.

  3. phil Saulnier said,

    Your site is very informative and easy to navigate. I’ll tell my antique friends Good job!

  4. Alma Sanders said,

    I have a R Wallace 070 tray that is silversoldered 12 Made for Mandal Bros. Chicago, Il is it worth anything

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