Robbe & Berking Silver Cutlery

A piece of cutlery will only be a piece of cutlery unless it is created by Robbe & Berking. Each piece of Robbe & Berking silver cutlery is a work of art, handcrafted in the Flensburg silver manufactory. We apply the highest quality standards imaginable. Each piece of cutlery goes through several quality controls until it reaches the status of perfection. There is no compromise or second choice at Robbe & Berking, only silver of flawless craftsmanship leaves the manufactory.

All Robbe & Berking silver cutlery is available in 925 sterling silver and 150g massive silver plating.

New: Metropolitan – The Modern Classic

An absolute classic of Robbe & Berking history is coming back to mark the 150th anniversary of the silver manufactory – Metropolitan. Like no other pattern it embodies the flowing and organic lines that characterized the middle of the 20th century. Many of the classic Mid-Century designs have become true design icons and are inspiring creatives today more than ever. The Modern Classic!


Even after several centuries, classic cutlery patterns of the silversmith's art, such as Spaten, Chippendale or the hammer stroke flatware patterns, keep their timeless charm. Their harmonious shapes also act as a powerful contrast in modern interiors. Robbe & Berking timelessly beautiful silverware can be passed down through generations as family heirlooms.

Robbe & Berking offers a purchasing guarantee (non-discontinuation of flatware patterns) on all current silver cutlery patterns until at least 2040.

Periods such as Art Nouveau and Art Deco are still influential in art, architecture, fashion and design today. Clear, elegant shapes combined with deliberately used decorative elements create a special aesthetic. Some of Robbe & Berking's most successful silver cutlery patterns have been influenced by these art movements and have since risen to become true design icons of table culture.

Silver cutlery patterns such as Sphinx or 12 pose special challenges to the silversmith's skills. Tense arches or the interplay of material distribution and design can only be realized in this highly demanding form through genuine manual craftsmanship. Industrial mass production cannot create silverware with this aesthetic standard. "Manu factum" – stands for "created by hand" and this is what silver cutlery by Robbe & Berking has stood for since 1874 and continues to do so in the future.

Most of Robbe & Berking's silver silverware patterns is expressive in character; hence their design has been manufactured unchanged for decades or even centuries. Other patterns have been deliberately inspired by modern trends. However, all Robbe & Berking silver cutlery patterns have one in common: the timeless beauty and the highest standards of design and quality. A piece of silver cutlery that is a design icon today will still be so in many years to come.

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The silver manufacturer Robbe & Berking was founded in 1874 and is still a pure family business today – now in its 5th generation.

Manu Factum – made by hand – is everything that bears the name of the company. The master silversmiths in the silver manufactory and the master boat builders in the Robbe & Berking yacht manufactory are responsible for the unrivalled quality worldwide. It is not the limited possibilities of rational large-scale production, but the hands of the master craftsmen and women alone that determine the form and quality of each piece of work.

This is how cutlery and tableware of timeless elegance and beauty are created, which never just follow passing fashions or trends, but are made to last for generations. As the market leader in silver cutlery, Robbe & Berking is a supplier to the world's finest businesses.