Rohais Belrose Flatware May 19th, 2017 - 07:05:44
Othenia is part of the many lines of flatware from the historic Oneida Ltd. Oneida has a history of top of the line craftsmanship in stainless steel silverware for over one hundred years. Oneida is considered the number one brand of silverware in the nation and has not only the top design in the industry but the top five designs. But how does the Othenia line stack up to its competitors?
In the first place, there are flatware items that are ornate in style. These ones normally are adorned with lots of beautiful decorations and they go ahead to serve as objects that beautify the home. They cannot be used to serve food, but can still be placed on the table. The second grouping is the traditional flatware pattern. This represents the flatware that used to be in vogue, which has been passed down or rather, passed on by our parents and their parents.
Flatware can be broadly divided into two, one for day to day normal use and the other for specific occasions like birthdays, anniversaries and other special occasions. Normal cutlery are made of stainless steel while the expensive types are manufactured from Sterling Silver, Nickel Plate or even Gold Plating. As for plates, normally they are available in ceramic materials such as bone china or porcelain. Its feasible to compare flatware to clothing, people may wear regular clothes while going about their everyday life while for special occasions, they tend to wear outfits of a greater quality.
Pay Attention to Your Flatware. When loading knives, place them in the basket with the blades down. The rule with spoons and forks is to keep the handles down. To prevent spoons from "spooning," mix utensils to ensure that the water flows around the pieces while washing and rinsing. If you have intricate flatware patterns load them loosely to encourage lots of water flow and mix them with simpler pieces.