Camelot is a fictional castle and court associated with the legendary 12th Century King Arthur. Its symbolism carried into modern society. It was the 60s, and “Camelot” was American society’s theme, and was reflected in household furnishings and tableware. Drinking glasses were designed in medieval themes, heavy, with pedestals. Favored dinner plates were not delicate. In 1969, the silver plate flatware King Frederick pattern was introduced by International Silver in the 1847 Rogers Brothers brand. This pattern was its interpretation of Camelot in mid-century American table. From an estate flatware collection, a 49-piece vintage silver plate set of King Frederick flatware set has eight full place settings with nine serving pieces. This set’s design is bold. Most pieces have held a bright luster, with a few exceptions. Its casserole spoon is noticeably scratched more than other serving pieces, with all of the pieces scratched in degrees from usage. From the Lerner and Loewe musical “Camelot, ” Don’t let it be forgot, that once there was a spot, for one brief shining moment, that was known as Camelot. The King Frederick design is unique and distinctive, from an exact time in American history. Let the feast begin! 8 Hollow Handke Dinner Knives. 1 Cold Meat Fork. 1 Solid Serving Spoons. 2 Pierced Serving Spoons. 1 Master Butter Knife. Vintage Wooden Case Lined in Royal Blue Felt.