English Dishware
These are some of the utensils that were in use by the upper-class English in the eighteenth century:

     Flatware was usually simple and unadorned.

 Silverware handles were frequently made of horn or bone. 
     Such travel kit would accompany an English traveler on a 'sentimental journey'.
This is a sampling of mugs commonly used at dinnertime.     
     A beer tankard was a crucial component of a meal. 

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