Yamazaki’s Cache Gold Accent is very pretty! We’ve reviewed Yamazaki cutlery in the past and are going to revisit some of their new flatware in the next few posts.
This new flatware design with the gold accents is very decadent indeed. It is made of high carbon electroplated 18/8 stainless steel with touches of 24-karat gold on the handles. It is corrosion-resistant and dishwasher-safe with a full lifetime warranty against defects.
This 5-piece Cache place setting includes a 6-3/4-inch salad fork, a 7-1/2-inch dinner fork, a 9-1/4-inch knife, a 7-1/4-inch soup spoon, and a 6-1/2-inch teaspoon.
Matte black cutlery is very hot right now. In the past few years gold and rainbow where the thing but black is rising once again.
This matte black flatware and chopsticks set by Luxware looks like a great deal. Not only do you get the chopsticks but they double up on the forks and spoons.
This place setting for four people includes 4 sets of (7.25″) salad forks, (8.75″) steak forks, (8.5″) steak knives, (8.5″) dinner spoons, (7″) soup spoons, as well as 4 pairs of stainless steel chopsticks (not pictured above).
Happy 420! So here we have a tiny little spoon. It’s called the Golden Smoke Shovel. It is about 85 mm or 3.35 inches in length. Isn’t this curious cutlery?
It is described as being used for medicines, cigarettes, kitchens, etc. Or as a pipe shovel for smoking accessories. The best description by far is “Micro debugging spoon” because it would really help with my programming work.