Posts Tagged “flatware”

Creating a Casual Thanksgiving with Sabre Bistro Flatware

PHOTO: EMMA FISHMAN FOR THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, FOOD STYLING BY TYNA HOANG, PROP STYLING BY CATHERINE PEARSON

While Thanksgiving is traditionally one of the most formal meals of the year, it doesn’t have to be that way. While sophisticated decor can be beautiful, a more casual look can foster an even warmer and intimate feeling between you and your guests. If you’re looking for a setup that is relaxed enough to feel ultra-comfortable, but still marks the specialness of the occasion, there are many ways to make it happen! 

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Hampton Forge: Modern Minimalism Meets Silverware

Hampton Forge Skandia Birch Mirror Stainless Steel Flatware

Well-crafted flatware is designed to last a lifetime. Hampton Forge cutlery sets are a great example of the ideal purchase for any household that wants to bring elegance and modernity into their dining space, while investing in pieces that will stand the test of time. 

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Bring Italy to the Table with Sambonet

Sambonet has long been established as the premier Italian provider of silverware and flatware made of metals like silver, gold, and copper, and stainless steel. It has been the pinnacle of fine Italian silverware since 1856. As the industry has changed, so have the signature Sambonet styles on par with French flatware offerings. 

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All About Sabre: Bistro-Style Flatware with French Flair

Sabre is a collection of fine French flatware which is as versatile as they come. Since 1993, Sabre has been creating “elegant, colorful and playful” flatware out of Paris. A joy to set on any table, this flatware has been perfectly characterized in the description above. Despite Sabre’s fearless attitude to colors, fun designs and patterns, it retains a sense of elegance and class which will make any dinner table stand out from the crowd.

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New Year, New Silver: 4 Signs It’s Time to Replace Your Silverware

Brand new silverware, forks and knives, on a green tablecloth.

With the holidays just wrapped up, you have a pretty good idea of the condition of your best cookware, flatware, silverware, china, and serveware. As long as those needs are fresh in your mind, it is a good time to consider what items in your kitchen and dining room need to be replaced this year.

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