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Member's Mark Stainless Steel Dinner Knife Set (36 ct.)(106)Average rating:4.6981out of5stars, based on106reviewscurrent price: $13.86$13.86$0.39/eaCurrent price: $13.86Free shipping for PlusShippingPickupDelivery
Member's Mark Stainless Steel Dinner Forks (36 ct.)(493)Average rating:4.5396out of5stars, based on493reviewscurrent price: $7.74$7.74$0.22/eaCurrent price: $7.74Free shipping for PlusShippingPickupDelivery
Member's Mark Stainless Steel Teaspoon Set (36 ct.)(253)Average rating:4.664out of5stars, based on253reviewscurrent price: $5.98$5.98$0.17/eaCurrent price: $5.98Free shipping for PlusShippingPickupDelivery
Member's Mark Stainless Steel Dinner Spoons (36 ct.)(153)Average rating:4.3007out of5stars, based on153reviewscurrent price: $8.98$8.98$0.25/eaCurrent price: $8.98Free shipping for PlusShippingPickupDelivery
Wooden Chopsticks (400 pairs)(4)Average rating:4.75out of5stars, based on4reviewsCurrent price: $0.00PickupDelivery
Bamboo Chopsticks (300 Pairs)(3)Average rating:5out of5stars, based on3reviewsCurrent price: $0.00PickupDelivery
Having the right utensils is key for any dinner party. Some people prefer flatware that is heavy and dense while others like unique flatware that seems to tell a story or match the host’s flair. Whatever your preference, Sam’s Club® has the right flatware for any occasion. With an unmatched selection of the best flatware sets, there’s no style of décor that will not be accentuated when it comes time to dine. Flatware sets include everything needed such as forks (dinner and salad), spoons (tea and table) and knives (steak and butter). Having all the required flatware means your guests understand how important they are. Good hosts always pay attention to the details and flatware is one of the important details.
What are the Benefits of Stainless Steel Flatware?
The reason why flatware is commonly referred to as “silverware” is because flatware used to be made of silver. The problem is silver is prone to tarnish. Stainless steel is a great way to have the look of silver without worrying about the tarnishing. Washing silverware is the reason why the metal eventually tarnishes. Even sterling silver does not hold up to repeated use and washing the way stainless steel does. Also, because stainless steel appliances are stylish, having stainless-steel flatware adds to the matching effect of home décor. The smallest details are noticed by most guests, and having a flatware set that works with the home design is a necessary accoutrement.
Explain Why Some Prefer Heavy Flatware?
Heavy flatware is excellent because it can stand up to lots of use and washing. Today’s dishwashers are quite powerful and expel lots of hot water. The steam clean feature on them gets temperatures quite hot. Flatware that is delicate can be compromised in these settings. Likewise, if one hosts many different dinner party events it is easy to see how even the most expensive flatware can tarnish or lose its luster. Heavy flatware stands up to repeated use and cleaning wonderfully. Make sure to purchase flatware based on how it will be used. Sometimes sacrificing style for durability is the right call.
Is it Wise to Purchase Loose Flatware or Flatware Sets?
Like all purchases, the key factor determining purchase is how it will be used. Loose flatware is great to purchase if it will not be used on formal occasions. If the loose spoons are used when it’s just you at home eating a bowl of cereal, this is perfect for loose flatware. The best flatware sets are ideal for people who spend lots of time hosting others for formal meals. There’s more to flatware sets than just the utensils. Pair flatware sets with items like dinnerware sets, napkin rings and glassware. Having a cohesive dining arrangement gives a home an elegant aura. When it comes time to dine, guests will compliment hosts on how refined everything is. Presentation is one of the criteria used to judge food, so think of everything when it comes to presentation; this includes all things from the flatware down to the tablecloth.