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Everything you need to know about choosing flatware

Everything you need to know about choosing flatware

Designed in high quality stainless steel flatware

The Infull flatware requires little maintenance and goes straight into the dishwasher at a fraction of the cost. 

Each flatware piece is hand-forged or stamped for great weight and strength, and close inspection reveals almost 

as much clean detail and clarity as fine silverware.

 

Stainless Steel Flatware

Stainless steel flatware is produced in three different ways: 18/10, 18/8 and 18/0. 

The first number refers to chromium, which is another way of saying "rust and tarnish resistant". 

The second number represents the amount of nickel in the flatware - the more nickel, the brighter the shine.

 

It takes at least 25 steps of hand-forged or stamped steel to make the knives, forks and spoons we use for dining 

and entertaining. 

The result is a sturdy construction that is never light or flimsy.

 

Hand-forged flatware is forged flatware consisting of a continuous piece of metal that is heated to extremely high 

temperatures and then shaped by hand into clean, simple patterns that feel heavier.

 

Stamped flatware is a pattern that is "stamped" onto a continuous piece of metal. 

The result is flatware with a solid weight that doesn't feel too heavy.

 

Stainless steel flatware is suitable for everyday use and, if properly maintained, can last a lifetime. 

It is dishwasher safe and requires minimal care. 

We recommend using non-citrus detergents and not mixing metals in the dishwasher (for example, avoid mixing 

stainless steel with 925 sterling silver flatware). 

Dry immediately. 

To remove small watermarks, wipe with a soft, dry cloth.

 

Choosing your perfect flatware

When looking for a flatware set, keep two basic considerations in mind: how it feels and how it looks. 

Balancing everyday functionality with your favorite style, you'll look forward to using your flatware for a variety 

of occasions - from a quick weekend meal to a formal holiday feast. 

See if it's comfortable to pretend to cut with a knife and fork. 

Judge the weight, substance and strength. 

Consider also the size and contour of the spoon bowl.

 

With its sparkling form and artistry, flatware is like jewelry for the table. 

Infull-in.com offers more than 40 unique flatware designs, from sleek and modern to classic or formal. 

Many of our patterns work equally well for special occasions and casual meals. 

Or keep two sets on hand - one for everyday use and one for formal dinners.

 

Stock your kitchen

Start with as many place settings as dinnerware. 

12 place settings is our suggestion. 

You may also want to add 12 additional forks and spoons for your coffee and desserts. 

Consider purchasing in sets or open stock.

 

5-Piece Place Setting:

One-piece service includes salad fork, dinner fork, knife, soup spoon and teaspoon.

 

20-Piece Flatware Set:

Service for four includes four each of salad forks, dinner forks, knives, spoons and teaspoons.

 

Open Stock:

Some of our flatware styles also offer individual pieces of stainless steel flatware for holding flatware.

 

We also offer the most commonly used serving pieces, including sets and open stock to complement most patterns. 

These may include Pastry servers, serving spoons, pierced spoons, meat forks, butter knives and steak knives.


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