Characterized by a motif of rushes tied with bowed ribbons, RUBANS first appeared in the catalogues in 1913 under the name Louis XVI Filets et Rubans. Used in most French Embassies throughout the world, its elegant design was also referred to as "Marie-Antoinette" due to the Queen’s love for everything pastoral and feminine. Its name was simplified in the 1980s.
The pattern is offered in a variety of finishes: in silver, in gilt relief ( where only the décor is highlighted in gold) and in gold plate.
As for every cutlery pattern the above price refers to a Pacific Place Setting of 7 pieces (Place Setting is composed of a round soup spoon, main fork, main knife, dessert spoon, tea spoon and a dessert/entree fork and knife) which is considered a basic setting for on person. You can order whatever composition strikes your fancy though as every country carries different basic compositions.
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