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Vintage Silverware by the Pound
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Vintage Silverware by the Pound

$24.00 - $399.00
So, you’re hosting 20 people for a special dinner and you don’t have enough place settings to go around? Buy your silverware by the pound! This is the greatest idea in silverware we’ve seen in a long time! These authentic vintage utensils date back to the ’ 20s and ’30s—all fine-quality, silver-plated, and newly polished to perfection. They’re gathered from estate sales, vintage markets and antique stores all over the US and Europe. And so what if the pieces don’t match? That’s half the fun! It’s a true celebration of life—the second time around—and a most meaningful form of sustainability. Hand wash for better preservation. Patterns and dimensions will vary. US/Imported.

2-Piece Hostess Set (serving spoon & fork)
5-Piece Set (fork, knife, teaspoon, salad fork, tablespoon)
20-Piece Set (4 forks, 4 knives, 4 teaspoons, 4 salad forks, 4 tablespoons) 

#5461 5-Piece Set #80779 Twelve Teaspoons #80780 Twelve Dinner Forks #80781 Twelve Knives #80782 Twelve Tablespoons #7314 Four 20-Piece Sets (80 pieces) #5462 20-Piece Set #6502 2-Piece Hostess Set #6598 Four Soup Spoons #7550 Creamer & Sugar Set #80000 Two Sugar Spoons #6700 Four Butter Spreaders - This item is no longer available #6595 Four Long-handled Teaspoons #6596 Four Long-handled Salad Forks #6597 Four Seafood Forks #6739 Four Napkin Rings #6599 Four Butter Knives #6798 Gravy Ladle #7553 Slotted Spoon - This item is no longer available #7554 Tomato Fork
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Care Instructions
Cleaning Antique Silverplate
Antique silver plate needs a bit of special care.  Some of these pieces have been around for a century, meaning that they have been available for some 250,000 meals.  But, while durable, they still must be treated with kindness.
The blunt bladed knives must be hand washed and dried immediately after cleaning.  If not, the iron blades will start to rust.  They are not dishwasher safe as the high temperature wash will soften the compound that holds the blade to the handle. They were created at a time that dish washing was done with only stove top warm water.
The other pieces of silverware can be put into the dishwasher with the suggestion that you do not use a dish washing product that has phosphorous or chlorine.  Phosphorous will turn the silverware white while chlorine will turn it brown.  Remember, cafes and restaurants do not have time to polish their silverware, the secret to keeping it sparkling is that it is washed within 30 minutes after eating.  If food remains on it for a longer time the piece will start to show stains, especially if it is a high sulphur (eggs) or acid (tomato) content.  A good dish washing product will read that it is safe for silver.
Another suggestion is that you do not mix metals in the wash water.  Stainless steel and silver are OK together but washing copper, brass, or aluminum together with silverware can cause an electrolysis condition which can stain the metals of all pieces.
If discoloration occurs, try a rinse with with a product such as Tarnex (do not soak) which removes instantly all patina or Hagerty products (spray, liquid, or paste) for a lustrous finish.
Note: NapaStyle does not endorse any of the products mentioned, we are simply providing information about the types of products our customers may find useful.
Following these simple techniques you should get another 50 years use from these pieces.