120 Eclectic Silverware
Silverware is something you use every day — oftentimes several times a day — so a durable, high-quality flatware set is a worthy investment. When picking out your new silverware set, finding a balance between functionality and beauty is key. You want your new eating utensils to withstand the test of time, but you also want them to pair nicely with both your casual and formal dinnerware. Consider your options carefully, and try to decide on a timeless style that you will enjoy for years to come. More
Kudos to you for going bamboo. This five-piece stainless-steel flatware set boasts handles made of the fastest-growing plant on the planet — which makes it an ecoconscious and attractive choice for your table.
Tweak your table with teak utensils. This 12-piece set (four spoons, four forks and four butter knives) is crafted from excess material the logging industry leaves behind.
This teak-handled flatware set has a simple, natural aesthetic that's matched by its ecofriendly construction. The teak comes from excess material left behind by the logging industry. And the set is handmade under fair trade agreements.
Take your places, style mavens. This five-piece flatware set features high-quality stainless steel in gorgeous rosewood handles to create an elegant, earthy place setting for your table. It may even make the takeout taste better.
Whether you're serving homemade sushi or strip mall takeout, pick up these sticks to add elegant style to your table. Made from cherry wood, they feature flame-edged cutouts in your choice of designs and even come with a clasp to keep everything neat and tidy. Get a few sets, chop-chop!
Pick up some great style along with your appetizers. This set of 12 cocktail forks is hand-carved from excess teak that the logging industry leaves behind so you can nibble responsibly. And the great color and style ensure your guests will have the tines of their lives.
By Ivo Cutelarias24k gold plated stainless steelHand washBread knife: 13"LCarving Set:Fork: 8.25"LKnife: 13"LPortugal
Bamboo flatware is incredibly classic and can go from lunch to dinner to breakfast. It’s always appropriate for a casual affair.
Owl Tree Spreaders Set
Nothing says "fall is here!" more than twigs and branches. Wouldn't this five-piece flatware set be perfect for Thanksgiving dinner? I think so!
Why not mix up your cutlery on your tablescape? These colors coordinate with a large bit of Cath Kidston's dinnerware and glassware patterns.
I've always loved the whimsical qualities of children's cutlery but wasn't willing to eat with a stumpy plastic fork that wouldn't cut butter. This stylish fish-inspired set — complete with eyes and fins — offers all the fun of eating with unusually shaped utensils while maintaining adult dignity —...
Barbecue Spreader Set
Set of five assorted pieces includes one knife, two spoons and two forksSilver plated metalHand wash7.25"LUSA
I like the idea of having my own little set of beautifully designed cutlery to pull out whenever the occasion arises. Kept neatly together on a brass key ring, this is a handy thing to have at the ready for alfresco dining, traveling, camping or when you're about to dig into your take-out only to...
These pieces present as an exceptionally rich set of flatware, don't you think? They would class up breakfast or dinner, and I could see them being especially beautiful as part of a rustic tablescape.
Rustic charm is evaluated a little differently when you're putting it in your mouth. Luckily, this set is more refined than crude, created by a metalsmith and hand-forged with a hammered brass rivet accent. The perfect accompaniment for a vintage-themed or country table.
I have the dessert forks in this style and love the set's array of bright colors and the slightly disjointed look of the handles. It's like "happy" cutlery with a bit of an edge, which can be a tough find. Have fun mixing and matching with different colored plates and bowls depending upon your mood.
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