Rohais Belrose Flatware May 19th, 2017 - 07:03:22
If you still want to compare flatware but want the security of the guarantees that the Oneida line provides, consider looking at similar brands within Oneida such as Aquarius. This line has a contemporary smooth looks and comes with the same promise that if parts of your collection is lost or stolen you will be able to replace one of them, or all of them, regardless of how long it has been since you bought your original set.
Another alternative to traditional silver flatware is silver plated flatware. The difference between sterling silver and silver plated is simple. Sterling silver flatware is composed of silver, where silver plated is a metal that has been plated with silver. If you have been given an old set, on hidden place on it, if you scratch it lightly with a sharp knife, you will see an indent in sterling silver, where on a silver plate you will find a dull material beneath it.
Treating both silver and silver plated flatware is relatively simple. Both require hand washing, where stainless steel can be placed in the dishwasher. The soap should be mild and non abrasive, with you dipping the flatware in the soapy water, and washing it with a soft non abrasive cloth. You will then need to rinse and dry quickly. There are numerous creams on the market to apply after the washing process to polish this flatware.
No matter where you purchase or obtain your silverware, a fine name stands out. Most people purchase certain brands only for the purpose of display and some of the most sought after flatware sets are the Oneida, Sterling Silver, Reed Barton, and Lenox. All of these sets are very special in their own unique way.