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Welcome to Acquired Tastes Flatware, a flatware matching service specializing in individual replacement flatware pieces, place settings, and sets of discontinued vintage and recent stainless steel, silverplate, and occasionally sterling flatware. Manufacturers stocked include: Oneida, Community, International, 1847 Rogers Bros, Reed & Barton, Wallace, Wm Fraser, Wm A Rogers, Gorham, Oxford...
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Welcome to Acquired Tastes Flatware, a flatware matching service specializing in individual replacement flatware pieces, place settings, and sets of discontinued vintage and recent stainless steel, silverplate, and occasionally sterling flatware. Manufacturers stocked include: Oneida, Community, International, 1847 Rogers Bros, Reed & Barton, Wallace, Wm Fraser, Wm A Rogers, Gorham, Oxford...
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Welcome to Acquired Tastes Flatware, a flatware matching service specializing in individual replacement flatware pieces, place settings, and sets of discontinued vintage and recent stainless steel, silverplate, and occasionally sterling flatware. Manufacturers stocked include: Oneida, Community,...
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FlatwareOutlet provides you with high quality service and products that you can't find anywhere else. We are an Authorized Retailer for stainless flatware brands you know and trust. These include Oneida, Reed & Barton, Lenox, Gorham, Dansk and more! New and Unique Choices FlatwareOutlet is the...
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FlatwareOutlet provides you with high quality service and products that you can't find anywhere else. We are an Authorized Retailer for stainless flatware brands you know and trust. These include Oneida, Reed & Barton, Lenox, Gorham, Dansk and more! New and Unique Choices FlatwareOutlet is the...
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Sterling Silver Hollowware: Find High Quality Sterling Silver Hollowware and replacement parts. Pure silver, is generally too soft for producing functional objects, so silver is usually alloyed with copper to give it strength while maintaining the appearance of a precious metal. Sterling silver contains 92.5% silver and 7.5% of other metals, usually copper. Sterling silver was first used for...
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