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Discontinued Cutlery & Flatware

Oneida Community Plate and other E.P.N.S. patterns

Oneida, Viners, Wedgwood, Sant' Andrea etc. Stainless Steel

 

 

CARING FOR YOUR STAINLESS STEEL CUTLERY

 

 

The following are a few simple recommendations to keep your cutlery looking at its best.

Never leave salt or food on unwashed cutlery, always rinse off.  Wash in hot water with soap or liquid detergent, rinse and dry immediately using a soft cloth.  If using a dishwasher follow the manufacturers' instructions.  Your cutlery is dishwasher safe, but we strongly recommend that you remove it from the dishwasher immediately after the washing cycle has finished and wipe with a soft cloth.  Stainless cutlery is more prone to becoming 'scratched' using a dishwasher rather than washing by hand particularly the spoon bowls.  Do not mix silver and stainless steel items in a dishwasher cutlery basket.  Never use abrasive scourers on your cutlery.  Never use silver cleaner on stainless steel.  Never leave your cutlery to soak in water.  Always store your cutlery in dry conditions.

High direct heat can also damage the surface of the metal so we do not recommend that you use your cutlery for cooking.

 

 

 

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Wedgwood Stainless Steel

Miscellaneous Stainless Steel - Cooper Bros., Denby, Elkington, Gense, George Butler, Glosswood, John Lewis, John Rodgers, Marks & Spencer, Norstaal, Villeroy & Boch, Webber & Hill, WMF, Wostenholm

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