21 February 2011

Fine Dining

Michel Roux Jr, the two starred Michelin chef de cuisine at Mayfair's Le Gavroche restaurant is hosting a very special banquet, taking guests back two centuries to dine in the style of the London aristocracy in the 19th Century.
Photo by Alex Lentati. ES Online
Set in a private dining room at the Langham Hotel, everything from the food to the dining room tables, crockery, and silverware with be authentic. The £350-a-head Victorian inspired dinner will include a starter of poached salmon and hollandaise sauce, then corn-fed chicken casserole with a praline ice-cream bombe to finish.  British cheeses will of course follow in a traditional fashion.  All proceeds will go towards the Evening Standard's Dispossessed Fund.  You can read the original article from the Evening Standard online here.

If you, like us, dream about creating a perfectly placed and sparkling dining party Grays is one of the best places in London to find antique silverware and crockery to impress your guests.

Here are a few of our favourite dining items:

Silver Fish Servers c1879.
From Vine Antiques.

Rare Achibald Knox Sugar Tongs, c1905.
From Vine Antiques.
Silver & Blue Glass Sugar Shaker c1898.
From Hallmark Antiques.
Arts & Crafts Decanters by Edward Spencer.
From Van Den Bosch.
Victorian Cut Crystal Condiment Set.
From ZMS Antiques.
Victorian Shell Biscuit Barrel c1880.
From ZMS Antiques.

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