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By: Sanjeevkumar

Pewter is handmade by Artisans in the North of Italy. Each piece is made with an alloy that is lead-free and safe for everyday use. Its classic forms harmonize with both traditional and modern settings. Match Pewter handcrafts the most handsome flatware. Handmade in northern Italy, all Match Pewter is made with an alloy that is FDA approved, lead-free, food safe and requires little care. This style flatware is simple and stately, and the subtle detail around the edges adds a tasteful touch. Towle's stainless steel flatware in Beaded Antique goes wonderfully with your dinner whether casual or classy. This flatware is made with 18/10 stainless steel, protecting it against oxygen in the air and also against corrosion.

Since 3000 BC pewter has been used to make functional and decorative objects for the home.

Today Match continues this ancient tradition using methods that have been passed down through generations of italian artisans. The hallmarks on each piece are the signatures of their skilled hands. Each piece of Match pewter is a testament to the timeless values of craft and authorship often overlooked in this age of speed and convenience. The classic forms harmonize with both traditional and modern settings. Its warm reflections recall celebrations at well laid tables and storytelling by candlelight.

Most sterling silver will show some signs of use, but silver can be easily polished using a silver cream, and unless an item is seriously abused, flatware pieces will quickly and easily polish up so that you will be proud to have them on your table.? Be very careful of black pitting on stainless steel knife blades, as this does not remove easily (or at all), and items with these marks should be avoided if at all possible.?

Some sterling silver pieces may require a bit more elbow grease (that means more vigorous and longer polishing) than others, particularly the bowls of serving spoons for example, but generally there is little to worry about with any listing that gives a full description and provides good quality close-up photos.? Another thing that can happen is the blades of knives can come loose from the sterling handles, but this is quite rare in my experience and any seller that doesn't acknowledge even the slightest wobble whatsoever in a listing is far over the line into misrepresentation and refund time. Please purchase on online

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