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Add a Touch of Elegance With Flatware and Silverware by Oneida

With a history dating to 1848, the company grew to become Oneida Silversmiths. Families can enjoy the range of flatware, knives, and cutlery made from silver and stainless steel to include dinner and salad forks, spoons, and knives. Choose individual pieces to complete a collection or purchase flatware sets to serve six or more guests.

What Flatware Settings Are Available?

  • Main Pieces: Stainless steel dinner forks are available in select patterns, such as Chateau and Juilliard, for those who want single pieces to complete a set. You can also find sugar spoons, dinner spoons, and dinner knives. Consider a butter knife made from high-quality stainless steel with a satin finish to serve favorite spreads for baked items.
  • Flatware Sets: Oneida flatware sets are available in settings from one to twelve people. At the larger end, a 65-piece set includes five individual pieces for 12, serving pieces, and a butter knife. You can also purchase stainless steel or silver flatware sets in 20 pieces, 53 pieces, and other quantities. The company has a reputation for producing patterns that have a hammered and mirror finish in classic designs for timeless elegance.
  • Additional Pieces: To grow your personal flatware collection, add pieces you don't use every day. Teaspoons are handy to use when serving iced tea, ice cream, and grapefruit. You can also purchase steak knives and serving utensils, such as ladles and cake servers.

How Should I Clean Flatware?

When you clean your stainless steel flatware set for the first time, wash the eating and serving utensils with hot soapy water. Rinse and dry thoroughly before placing them in a storage container. Thereafter, you can use the dishwasher, but be sure to remove the pieces after the last rinse cycle to avoid the hot drying cycle. When cleaning silver-plated stainless steel flatware sets, you can hand wash the pieces or place them in the dishwasher. Afterward, you'll want to place the flatware in a chest to prevent oxidation. Moreover, your table utensils will retain their original sparkle if you immediately remove stains, such as mustard, vinegar, and mayo, that can pit and erode the flatware's surface.

How Should I Store Flatware and Silverware?

To preserve the life of your pieces or place settings, the company recommends using some type of flatware storage equipment. Consider opting for a wooden chest that includes convenient lift-out trays to reduce table preparation time. Depending on the type and size, it may hold between 20 to 70 pieces. Furthermore, you can select helpful accessories, such as portable caddies and trays, when using and storing your silverware and flatware set.

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