Yamazaki Silver is an 18/8 stainless steel pattern featuring a glossy finish, a beveled edge, and an elegant, modern design. Our special 65-piece set in Yamazaki
Epoch stainless includes 12 dinner knives, 12 dinner forks, 12 salad forks, 12 teaspoons, and 12 oval place spoons, along with 1 serving spoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 sugar spoon, 1 serving fork (9 inches), and 1 flat handle master butter knife. This is an excellent flatware value from a world-renowned name in silverware, so act now!
Yamazaki’s story begins in 1918 when founder Fumitoki Yamazaki began making items using copper, silver, and brass. Yamazaki’s factory, located about 200 miles from Tokyo on the northwest coast of Honshu, expanded quickly in the years prior to World War II. It was during this time that Yamazaki began producing stainless steel products, becoming the first factory in Japan to do so. Companies like Rosenthal, Dansk, Gorham, and Lenox began using machinery developed by Yamazaki for stainless steel flatware production in their factories, and Yamazaki soon grew to have more than 150 employees. In 1980, Yamazaki began producing flatware under its own name, and opened an office in the U.S. Yamazaki literature states, “We pride ourselves on creating and offering stainless flatware and serving accessories that are far from ordinary. From unique flatware patterns that possess fully sculpted handles with carefully finished tines, bowls and blades, to specialized serving pieces of generous proportion and ample size, each Yamazaki pattern has been designed to enhance both your table and dining pleasure.”
For a tableware makeover at home, a gift for a couple starting their new household, or a special thank-you to friends or relatives, order this 65-piece Yamazaki
Epoch stainless steel set today! Follow the link below to order.