The Oneida Michelangelo Salad Fork reminds me of my Grandmother. It’s a nice memory. She had flatware very similiar to this and I’ve seen it nowhere else. It’s fancy and she would have liked that.
This flatware is made of 18/10 stainless steel and dishwasher safe. This is a set of four salad forks only. And to be honest I’d prefer to use them for dessert forks.
I love the product description our friends at Oneida wrote up for these forks:
“Ornate. Elegant. Unique. Michelangelo represents the pinnacle of ornamental embellishment, balance, and form. On the table this design has the presence of sterling, and the feel of quality. Sophisticated and enduring, Michelangelo is timeless.”
Everyone needs a good solid wooden spoon in the kitchen. And not just for smackin the kids. It’s safe for non-stick cookware. They don’t transfer heat. Perfect for mixing soups, stews, broths or even salads.
And here at The Cutlery Review we really like OXO products. And this spoon is some great kitchen cutlery.
It has a natural oil finish which means hand wash only. This spoon measures 12.4” x 2.6” x 1.2” inches.
Happy Thanksgiving! Everyone needs these cute little cutlery holders. It’s got a turkey on it that is saying “Gobble Gobble”! You know everyone at the dining room table will be chanting that for a significant part of the meal.
This is a pack of 24 flatware holders for everyone’s knife, fork and spoon. Let’s be clear though that these are made of paper. So it’s a nice take home gift as well. Or at the least they are recycleable.
Yes, gold cutlery is still in vogue right now and has been for a few years. I guess it’s not going anywhere. What we like about this set by Morgiana is not so much the colour but the design. The strong lines are amazing.
This golden flatware set is made from high quality 18/10 stainless steel that is made with titanium metal. It is lead-free, cadmium-free, phthalate-free, BPA-free healthy, eco-friendly and dishwasher safe. This set consists of 1 dinner knife, dinner spoon , 1 fork and 1 tea spoon. To be very clear, this is service for one.
A very nice set of cutlery. But can someone tell me why the knife has “Leon life” printed on it?