Gorham Studio is starting develop a good reputation in the cutlery world. Nice products with a good choice of steel that provide better quality but maybe requires a little extra care.
This set includes 45 pieces which is a setting for 8 people. Consisting of a fork, knife, spoon, salad fork, and tea spoon. The serving accessories set includes a sugar spoon, butter knife, cold meat fork, tablespoon, and pierced tablespoon.
This set’s design fits well for casual or fancy dining. Made from 18/10 stainless steel it is dishwasher-safe but hand-drying is recommended.
Gorham Studio Stainless 45 Piece Set
A while back we did a week of reviews on the various types of pizza cutters. The nice folks at KitchenAid have sent me their new pizza wheel that is part of the Architect Series. The first thing that struck me about this wheel style cutter is the heft and weight, this thing is built for pizzeria kitchen duty. It has a nice ergonomic handle with finger guard and the wheel is made of stainless steel. The handle fits the hand well and has a good angle for downward pressure when cutting. You can cut more than pizza with this, I tried cardboard as well and it didn’t have any problem (no kidding, be careful you don’t cut through a pizza box). It can be disassembled for cleaning but I don’t see the need for that as it’s dishwasher safe.
Pizza Wheel at KitchenAid.com
Spring is most definitely here and the tulips have just finished their bloom and now the poppies are starting. Floral designs on flatware have been a tradition for always. Oneida’s Azalea cutlery set is covered in blossoms, scrolls and leaves. These hefty pieces are in the “fiddleback” design, which is the flared end of the handle looking like the body of a violin or fiddle. This service for eight includes 5 piece place settings consisting of 2 serving spoons, 1 serving fork, 1 sugar spoon, and 1 butter knife. Made with the standard dishwasher safe 18/0 stainless steel.
Oneida Azalea 45-Piece Set, Service for 8
It’s cutlery by Salvador Dali, it’s gorgeous and I don’t think you could afford it. It is six pieces (silver-gilt) comprising of two forks, two knives and two enameled spoons.Specifically and wonderfully named:
- Fourchette 4 dents à manche poisson (Four tooth fork with a fish handle)
- Fourchette-éléphant 3 dents (Elephant fork with three teeth)
- Couteau escargot aux larmes (Snail knife with tears)
- Cocteau feuille (leaf knife)
- Petite cuillère-artichaut (small artichoke spoon)
- Cuillère-artichaut (artichoke spoon)
It sold for $28,125 US.
See the listing at Sotheby’s