Hidden beneath the handles of Royal Oak Cutlery is a reference to the historical “Kings Pattern”. This motif can be displayed on the table in the European style, or laid in a conventional manner, concealing the pattern like the King himself.
The Royal Oak is the name given to the oak tree in which Charles II of England sought to hide to escape the Roundheads during the battle of Worcester in 1651. An ancient Oak, which is thought to be from an acorn from the original, still stands at Boscobel in Shropshire.
Royal Oak Goldplate Table Fork (360 View)
Royal Oak Goldplate Table Knife (360 View)
Our Royal Oak mirror is made using the finest quality 18/10 stainless steel and is available in a mirror or gold-plated finish.
“The Kings Mark” is hidden on the underside of the handle.
Tears of Grandeur
From the slight neck to a bountiful handle, Royal Oak makes an impression.
Following more than 30 forms of finishing, Royal Oak is finished to the highest standards.