If you are looking for a great value in stainless flatware with an eye-catching design, Blue Room by Wallace Silver is a perfect choice. The pieces in this stylishly decorated pattern are made from quality 18/10 stainless steel (18/10 represents the ratio of chromium and nickel used in the stainless steel, which adds luster and durability to the pieces). The pieces feature a symmetrical handle designed with images from the popular Blue Room collection by Spode. Each piece is scalloped, with a scroll edge and glossy finish. The 45-piece Blue Room set featured this month includes 8 dinner knives, 8 dinner forks, 8 salad forks, 8 teaspoons, 8 place/oval soup spoons, 1 tablespoon, 1 pierced tablespoon, 1 sugar spoon, 1 large cold meat serving fork (9 3/8 inches), and 1 flat handle master butter knife. This is a fantastic flatware value in a well-designed, high-quality, and unique stainless pattern!
Wallace Silver, established in Connecticut nearly two centuries ago, has long been recognized for excellence in tableware craftsmanship. The founder of the company, Robert Wallace, was born in 1815 into a family of silversmiths who had immigrated to New England from Scotland. Apprenticed to William Mix, a renowned Connecticut spoon maker, Wallace purchased a dilapidated grist mill after mastering his trade, and began to produce his own silver flatware in 1833. Blue Room is just one of many examples of Wallace Silver’s high-quality work in sterling, silverplate, and stainless steel.
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