If you chose the English Version of www.hefra.pl
and touch below the top HEFRA symbol a button Â«DESIGNÂ» there you would find the whole range of cutlery pattern they have - maybe only the best sale range of FRAGET and HENNEBERG (had former German ancestors too, like WERNER).
First pattern shown is "Duchy of Warsaw" (additional photo could be enlarged) - and they explain there:
Antique order and romantic passion â€“ this flatware express, what in the beginning of XIX century dominated in Polish culture: love for classicistic forms connected with blooming romanticism. They have slender curves and perfectly balanced proportions alluding to popular in antiquity shape of laurel leaf. Smooth surface of the handle adds simplicity and elegance, they ideally match table for every occasion.
It's available in: Silver 925, high-polish finish; silver plated 999, 60 to 150 grams, high-polish finish.
Last pattern shown is "Venus" - an interpretation of "Duchy of Warsaw" in stainless - and they explain:
Their shape resembles the Duchy of Warsaw design. It is elegant and simple with slender line and smooth surface. Their ideally balanced proportions remind of popular in antiquity laurel leaf. They are comfortable in use, even everyday.
It's available in: Stainless Steel, high-polish finish.
An additional remark of me to in yours first photo shown first punch:
I guess the minuscule letter d
signification is Â«d
eceniumÂ» = century.
Another additional remark: I haven't spend weeks as you have spend to find out Â«Nothing! Â»
Good research you could learn only by attempt of serious research.
Kind regards silverport