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Important Terms to Know About Silverware
Need new silverware? Head to a department store or specialty store to find the silverware you need depending on your budget and style. Perhaps you need a basic set of silverware for regular table settings. Or maybe you require knives and cutlery to accommodate your growing culinary hobby. Maybe you even need China and porcelain table sets for entertaining. Stores that sell dinnerware may also sell the items to properly clean and polish it. Here are some important terms to know about silverware:

Silverware: Cutlery that has been coated or plated with silver; includes forks, spoons and knives. Real silverware or flatware needs to be cleaned and polished with a cloth so as to avoid tarnishing.

Butterfly or Fan Knife: A type of knife that looks and acts like a pocket knife, with two handles that close up to conceal the blade within grooves.

Oyster Knife: Used for prying open oyster shells, this is a short, thick knife meant for this specific purpose.

Fish Fork: A fork with shorter tines than a standard fork, this utensil is often made of silver, as steel mixes with the fish flavor and can emit a bad taste.

Condiment Fork: Also known as a relish fork, this type of fork has only two or three tines. It’s very small, and accommodates the run off of extra fluid from foods such as relish, salsa and chutney.

Cheese Knife: A small knife featuring a thin handle and wide end. It usually encompasses several holes in the blade to prevent the cheese from sticking.

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Many retailers that sell silverware also have other kinds of dinnerware like sterling silver serving bowls and porcelain fine china for sale too. Finding a store that has all of the spoons, knife sets, forks, salad bowls, serving trays, dishes, and plates that you want can save you time and money. It helps if you know how to find a store that has all of the chrome and sterling silver flatware that you want at a cheap price. If you follow these directions, you should be able to find a store that is right for you. First, write down some of the numbers from the stores listed in your online directory. Give yourself plenty of room to write down other information too so that you can keep it organized. Call the first store and ask them if they sell dinnerware like napkin rings, pewter serving trays, and fine china as well as flatware. If they do, then ask them if they have a web site where you can look at the different designs they carry. When you go to their site, browse the Italian salad dishes, forks, and spoons to help you determine what styles they have. If you like a certain set, then you should be sure to indicate that on your paper. Note if they carry the patterns in sterling silver, chrome, and other durable metals that look great. You should also make sure they have dinnerware and silverware for children so that everyone at the community table has the proper items to eat with.