Posted August 16 2019 in Cutlery Flatware Flatware Reviews
Tagged:Oneida, Paul Revere, stainless flatware
Oneida Paul Revere Stainless Flatware
If you’re looking for a stylish yet simple addition to your dinner table, the Paul Revere flatware collection from Oneida may be just what you’re looking for. It has a brushed finish on all the flatware, is medium weight, and features a colonial-style design.
The size of this stainless steel flatware is smaller than many American-style designs. It was made in 1959, and continues to be one of Oneida’s most popular patterns.
The 5-piece setting includes a salad fork, dinner fork, dinner knife, oval soup spoon, and table spoon.
They also designed a 3-piece Hostess set, which includes a serving spoon, sugar spoon, and gravy ladle. The 3-piece serving set includes pierced serving spoon, serving fork, and butter serving knife.
Larger sets are also available, with silverware service for four to eight people – ideal for when you want to throw an elegant and memorable dinner party.
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Posted December 18 2017 in Dining Flatware Reviews Gifts Lifestyle Traditions
Tagged:Christofle, flatware, Fortessa, New Flatware, Oneida, Reed & Barton, Stainless, stainless flatware
Kick Off The New Year With Silver Superstore
People around the world love ringing in a new year, and depending on where they live, they have unusual ways of doing it.
Scotland has a first-footer tradition. The first person to enter a home after the clock strikes midnight is expected to bring good luck all year. In China, a splendid silk dragon leads a big parade. People throw firecrackers to rouse the creature from hibernation. Thai celebrants release fish into the river to commit to a year of kindness.
American traditions aren’t as ancient or colorful, but count on watching the ball drop in Times Square, singing “Auld Lang Syne” and kissing your sweetie at midnight.
There’s no better year than 2018 to start a flatware collection or round out an existing one. Browse our impressive gallery to choose from hundreds of patterns crafted by the world’s finest silversmiths. From familiar classics to sleek modern designs, we offer something for every taste.
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Posted December 19 2012 in Dinnerware
Tagged:christmas, dinnerware, Lenox, Noritake, Oneida, Spode
A Christmas dinner is always special. Family coming over, friends getting together, great food, and great drinks all complement the extravaganza of a gala Christmas dinner. If you are hosting a Christmas dinner, you’re certainly aware of every part of your arrangement, and mindful to make your presentation as perfect as it can be.
Every part of the experience is integral to a Christmas dinner. It isn’t as simple as serving the right food and drink, or your choice of vibrant and lively decoration. Choosing the right Christmas flatware and dinnerware to complement your holiday arrangement is very important as well. Christmas is a special occasion; serving your appetizers, meal, and desserts on your everyday tableware may not be appropriate. If you truly want to make a lasting impression on your Christmas dinner guests, using elegant Christmas dinnerware is key.
Christmas Dinnerware Brands To Consider
When it comes to Christmas dinnerware, every company has its niche, and there are a handful of companies that specialize in it. Christmas dinnerware should be separate from your normal selection of dishes, flatware, cutlery and platters you utilize every day. Special occasions demand a special setting and treatment. The brands you choose for your holiday place setting should be the very best at what they do.
- Noritake is a company many have associated with Christmas dinnerware for more than a hundred years now. Their products are durable, affordable, and aesthetically pleasing. Noritake’s astute craftsmanship and attention to detail is obvious in every piece of Christmas dinnerware they offer. Their reputation as a top international brand certainly make them worth considering for your holiday dinnerware purchase.
- Lenox is not a new name for Americans. They have been a leading tabletop and gift-ware brand for many years now, and their holiday collections are no exception. Lenox crafts amazing cups, dinner plates, mugs, saucers, and serving pieces that will quickly add elegance and cheer to your Christmas dinner!
- Boasting one of the most diverse collections of Christmas dinnerware, Spode is clearly one of the finest British dinnerware brands, and certainly a worldwide favorite. Their Christmas Tree line of dinnerware, which was designed in 1938, has become a traditional holiday favorite.
- Oneida is another popular brand of Christmas dinnerware. Offering a slightly more modern, contemporary look, their dinnerware selections can add vibrancy to your table setting without being overly formal. Oneida offers a range of holiday selections, ranging from butter spreaders, to cookie plates, even holiday themed cutting boards!
Posted September 25 2012 in Lifestyle
Tagged:china, fiesta, Fortessa, homer laughlin, Lenox, Noritake, Oneida, Vera Wang
Wedgwood Tabletop Designs by Vera Wang Courtesy of Vera Wang
First off, there are two different ways to properly set a table: formal and informal. Whether dining out at a restaurant, dining in another’s home, or hosting guests, there are things you should expect as well as know as it pertains to table settings. For starters, just in case you have never been properly informed, the forks, knives, and spoons are placed on the side in which you are required to hold them when cutting and eating. For proper etiquette this means the forks go on the left and the knife and spoons on the right.
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