A-A-1808 Revision B, April 5, 1988
FLATWARE, SILVERPLATED AND STAINLESS STEEL
Includes all amendments and changes through Cancellation Notice 2, December 22, 1999
Additional Comments: CNCL NO S/S
The General Services Administration has authorized the use of this commercial item description in preference to Federal Specification RR-T-51, type II.
This commercial item description (CID) covers both silverplated and stainless steel flatware equal in quality to a grade known within the industry as "high-quality hotel and restaurant" flatware. The design of the flatware is commercially known as the "Kings" pattern, and shall be the manufacturer's current, standard commercial product, except for changes necessary to comply with this CID. The items covered by this CID are intended for use in officers' and executives' messes and dining rooms.
The flatware shall be of the following types and items.
Type I - Silverplated Type II - Stainless steel Items: 1 - Fork, dessert (fig. 1) 8 - Spoon, demitasse (fig. 8) 2 - Fork, oyster (fig. 2) 9 - Spoon, dessert (fig. 9) 3 - Fork, salad (fig. 3) 10 - Spoon, iced tea (fig. 10) 4 - Fork, table (fig. 4) 11 - Spoon, soup (fig. 11) 5 - Knife, dessert (fig. 5) 12 - Spoon, sugar (fig. 12) 6 - Knife, table (fig. 6) 13 - Spoon, table (fig. 13) 7 - Spoon, bouillon (fig. 7) 14 - Spoon, tea (fig. 14) 15 - Ladle, gravy, table - (fig. 15)