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Silverware collections by the Gebrüder Reiner Silver Manufactorer

Experience the variety in our silver cutlery and discover your favorite style

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Augsburger Faden

Augsburg Faden

Our Augsburger Faden design is one of the oldest cutlery styles in Germany and remains very popular to this day. This timeless classic originated in the world-famous Augsburg silver workshops and has made history in the art of silversmithing. The eponymous thread pattern runs around the entire cutlery handle and creates a noble and simple elegance for this cutlery line. With its delicate border, the model is particularly well suited for engravings - it creates a beautiful frame for your monogram or family coat of arms.

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Spaten

Spaten

Along with the Augsburger Faden, the Spaten pattern is one of the oldest cutlery patterns in Germany. The Gebrüder Reiner Silver Manufactorer has been producing this cutlery line since its founding year. The so-called ears at the beginning of the stem and the slight, central rib on the spade shaft make this model fascinating and restrained at the same time. It can be combined with a variety of dinner services in a classy way.

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Bernina

Bernina

Bernina dates from the Werkbund/Bauhaus era. The design reflects the "New Objectivity" of this era: devoid of any decoration, this silver cutlery captivates with its elegant waist and comfortable handling.
The creators of this model have taken care to ensure that each piece of cutlery is optimally balanced in weight and not too heavy. As a result, the cutlery feels very comfortable in your hand.

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Atelier

Atelier

The Atelier design appeals with its linear and harmonious shape, which looks simple and elegant at the same time. 
This cutlery design boasts first-class references: Decorated with the federal eagle, it is used in the residence of the German ambassador in Washington, and the Bavarian capital, Munich, has chosen this model as its City Council silverware. In 2009, our Atelier cutlery was awarded the silver White Star Award.

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Westerland

Westerland

The distinct basic shape of this cutlery line is paired with angular contours that are absorbed and broken up by soft ends. The wide handles are very well suited for customized engravings.
The satin-matte surface adds a very special finish to the cutlery - simply unmistakable.

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Facette

Facette

Facette has an intriguing soft, flattering outer contour and a contrasting facet edge that charmingly reflects the silver glow.
This cutlery line adds a stylish yet simple touch to your table setting. By refraining from ornamentation, this model is a classic in its own right among today's cutlery shapes. It will blend harmoniously with any good china.

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Juwel

Juwel

With elegant and soft lines, this cutlery design reinterprets the classic thread shape - contemporary and timeless at the same time. 
The accentuated double contour makes the cutlery a fine jewel for any cultivated interior style.

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de Sign

de Sign

This cutlery was designed by Rudolf Elser in the 60s. His credo: good design is as little design as possible. That is how he developed the award-winning cutlery pattern de Sign. The fork was shaped functionally with short prongs and a curved base, the knife features a short and concise cutting edge, and the spoon has a striking plasticity. An all-around optical and haptic experience.
"A silverware set for the future", the critics raved when this model was first presented in the early 1960s.

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Dresdner Barock

Dresdner Barock

This baroque model is more than a masterful reflection of an era: the expressive ornamentation harmonizes perfectly with the lively overall shape and exudes a strong personality.
Dresdner Barock is an excellent match for fine porcelain and adds festive glamor and joie de vivre to your table.

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Chippendale

Chippendale

In the 18th century, the artisan carpenter Thomas Chippendale significantly influenced the English Rococo. Inspired by his Chippendale style, this cutlery pattern captivates with its flowing, fine elegance and its distinct contours. The wide handles allow for custom engravings. 
To this day, this pattern remains one of the most popular designs for silver cutlery.

We offer the Chippendale design exclusively in 800/000 silver. The Senator design, which has a very similar pattern, is a silver-plated alternative.

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senator

Senator

The Senator cutlery is closely related to our Chippendale design and also has its origins in the 18th century English Rococo. 
Delicate, curved lines along the cutlery contours add a touch of lightness and elegance.

Senator - unlike Chippendale - is available as a silver-plated 90g edition.

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Seckenrand

Seckenrand

This elegant pattern is striking for its subtle edging decor, reminiscent of Chippendale. Just like Chippendale, Seckenrand is inspired by the English Rococo as well and stands out with its fine, flowing shapes. 
The cutlery pieces of this design are very comfortable to hold with their pronounced handles which are perfectly suited for noble engravings.

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Rokoko

Rokoko

The Rococo style also manifests itself in silversmithing through dainty, lilting decorations and a cosmopolitan, cheerful design. This model features captivating shell-shaped rocaille ornaments and asymmetrical patterns. Due to its elaborate decorative elements, this cutlery is an excellent match for plain as well as richly decorated tables.

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Schönbrunn

Schönbrunn

This lovingly designed cutlery pattern was named after Vienna's Schönbrunn Palace. Inspired by the Baroque shapes, soft ornaments and harmonious proportions were created. 
Cutlery of this type brought the splendor and glory of the imperial court to the dinner tables of the upper middle-class centuries ago. To this day, the Schönbrunn model is an expression of the pleasurable celebration of culinary culture.

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Empire

Empire

This unusual pattern draws on the classicist style and was further developed and refined by French silversmiths in the 19th century. 
The delicate borders with pearl cords or acanthus flowers as well as the decorative medallion frames, which are perfect for engravings, date back to the Napoleonic era in the 18th century. An expressive silver cutlery set with a matte finish.

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Perl / Medaillon / Empire polished

Perl / Medaillon / Empire polished

The patterns Perl (left), Medaillon (center) and Empire polished (right) are inspired by the French Classicism, which shaped European culture roughly from 1660 to 1715 and enjoyed worldwide influence. Light elegance and curved lines with strict shapes at the same time are typical stylistic elements of this epoch. Thus, the individual silver sets convey lightness and luxury while embodying the lifestyle of bygone times in perfect harmony.

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Grand Prix

Grand Prix

With its functional yet noble form, Grand Prix reflects the New Objectivity of the Werkbund / Bauhaus era which this design originates from. 
We have adopted the design of the silversmiths Wetzlar / Munich for our collection; it brings out the charm of the silver material without much distraction.

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Sächsisches Hofmuster

Sächsisches Hofmuster

In 1924, the Sächsisches Hofmuster was designed by Helene Lock-Brandt for the renowned Bruckmann silverware factory and eventually passed on to the Gebrüder Reiner Silver Manufactorer.
The cutlery handles are modeled after the shape of a violin case and encircled by a double thread. This design's elegant modesty has made it popular for generations.

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Artefactum

Artefactum

This cutlery pattern was inspired by the objectivity of the Bauhaus era. The elegance of the high-quality material comes out brilliantly thanks to the clean lines of the design. 
Artefactum was designed in 1922 by J. Bulling for the Grimminger silver workshops and provides you with the appeal of exclusive cutlery, which is now offered by Gebrüder Reiner.

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Kordel

Kordel

This cutlery not only stands out for its memorable appearance, but also for an extraordinary tactile experience. The twisted cord exudes elegance through its brilliant interplay of light and transforms the handles into true delights for the hand.
A signature design!

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Mayrhofer

Mayrhofer

This cutlery model is named after its designer, the Bavarian gold- and silversmith Adolf von Mayrhofer (1864 - 1929), who left his mark in the Munich jewelry scene of his time.
The pattern is based on the Art Nouveau style that was beginning in those days and is an excellent example of the German variant of Art Deco. The notch cut on the beveled edges gives it an authentic handcrafted character. Mayrhofer is a component of the "Münchener Künstlerbestecke" (Munich Artist's Cutlery) series by the Silver Manufacturer Gebrüder Reiner.

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Lady

Lady

The 50s inspire not only fashion and furniture to this day, but cutlery designs of this era are still popular as well. Lady was designed in 1957 by R. Elsner for the Grimminger silver workshop and is captivating with its clear shapes and simple elegance. This cutlery was awarded the design prize "Gute Industrieform" several times. Gebrüder Reiner has adopted the pattern from Grimminger so we can offer this exclusive model as well.

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Rocaille

Rocaille

This pattern reflects the love of lavish decorations and magnificent wealth of shapes of the Rococo artists. The expressive ornaments of this silverware are a real eye-catcher and will give your dinner table a noble character.
The distinctive decorative elements make this design an excellent match for plain table linens.

Auerhahn Cutlery Models Exclusively at Gebrüder Reiner

Gebrüder Reiner has taken over the molds for silver cutlery from the manufacturer Auerhahn which allows us to also produce numerous pieces of this silver workshop for you.

Some of the patterns are available in our online store. If you are interested in a pattern that is not listed, please contact us by phone or email.

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Omnia (Auerhahn)

Omnia (Auerhahn)

Designed by Fritz Lamparth, this Auerhahn model exudes simple elegance and ease. The striking round scoop, short fork prongs and soft oval knife handle make the cutlery look distinctive. This silver cutlery was awarded the German Design Award Special by the German Rat für Formgebung (Design Council) in 2016. A modern eye-catcher for any table.

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Pagoda  (Auerhahn)

Pagoda (Auerhahn)

The serrated handles of this Art Deco Pagoda cutlery add an unusual design element to a simple basic shape. This masterpiece was designed for the silver manufacturer OKA/Auerhahn and delights with its simplicity and extravagance at the same time.

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Spaten (Auerhahn)

Spaten (Auerhahn)

This spade model from Auerhahn has been among the very popular cutlery models for decades. Its noble look is a sign of a genuine lifestyle. The solid and elegant appearance with high material thickness and gently rounded transitions make the brilliantly polished cutlery a highlight on your festive dinner table.
This cutlery model was designed for the silver manufacturer OKA/Auerhahn and is now offered exclusively by Gebrüder Reiner.

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Perl  (Auerhahn)

Perl  (Auerhahn)

Inspired by Classicism, this cutlery line demands a great deal of precision from both the engraver and the polisher in the production process. The drop-shaped basic form is elegantly framed by strings of pearls which makes this fine silver cutlery an eye-catcher on any dinner table.

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