Thanks to Pam for alerting us to the interesting design for cutlery by Zinello.
Zinello are promoting sustainability by using a sleek, streamlined design and refined shapes. So, less metal?
Constructed from dishwasher safe 18/10 stainless steel, to resist rust and corrosion they use electroplating. This provides high resistance to wear and abrasion and resistance to most household cleaning products and perspiration. As well as hypoallergenic, ecological and improved corrosion resistance. They must have a very robust electroplating method?
A set consists of 6 dinner knives, 6 dinner forks, 6 tablespoons and 6 teaspoons.
Wrapping up our look at Yamazaki cutlery this month we finish with Yamazaki Merge.
This is one interesting looking set of cutlery. The very stocky design makes it look very futuristic and maybe too short? The pieces are 11 inches long so it’s more about mass I guess. These things look solid to say the least.
This is a five piece place setting consisting of a Dinner Knife, Dinner Fork, Salad/Dessert Fork, Soup/Cereal Spoon and Teaspoon. Made of dishwasher safe 18/8 Stainless Steel with a limited lifetime warranty against manufacturer defects.
Continueing with our reviews of Yamazaki cutlery this month and next up is the Yamazaki Byzantine Gold Accent Cutlery.
This is a 5 piece place setting that includes a Dinner Knife, Dinner Fork, Salad/Dessert Fork, Soup/Cereal Spoon and Teaspoon. The flatware is made of dishwasher 18/8 Stainless Steel but I’d worry about how the gold accents hold up to high citric cleaners.
The texture on the handles have an amazing look and that gold flair really sets it off.