Sonja Quandt Silverware is the guardian of family traditions!
In ancient times, silver cutlery decorated with the family coat of arms served as a sign of special nobility of the clan. Such cutlery was considered a family jewel, therefore it was carefully stored and handed down by inheritance. Only in the most difficult life situation the family could sell family silver, which indicated the complete ruin of the family.
Over time, most of the noble family foundations were lost. However, the tradition of having family silver in the house and transferring it by inheritance is restored, because for many modern families, silver cutlery is not only a tribute to the traditions of ancestors, but also an indicator of a certain life status.