Gold Cutlery Set Stainless Steel Tableware Kitchen Fork Spoon Knife Set

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Description
SPECIFICATIONS
Origin: CN(Origin)
  • Style: Western
  • Material: Metal
  • Metal Type: Stainless Steel
  • Technique: Frost
  • Pattern Type: Solid
  • Model Number: Cutlery set
  • Production: Spoon/Fork/Knife/Chopsticks Kit
  • Tableware: cutlery set
SELLING POINTS
Stainless Steel Food Grade, Tasteless and Easy to clean
 
PRODUCT DETAILS
 
 
INSTRUCTIONS
 

Note

1. Please wash the silverware set before first use to make sure no manufacture residue.
2. Please clean and dry the silverware set after using it, Stored in a dry place for its durability.
3. Please DO NOT cleaning the silverware set with wire brushes or any hard sponges for durability/to keep their smooth surface.
4. The silverware set is Dishwasher Safe for hassle-free cleaning.

 
 

Service

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For any reason,you are not satisfied with the items,we accept returns and exchanges within 7 days after you received your item and you need to pay for the return
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If you encounter any problems when ordering, please contact our Customer Service Center or send us an Email. We would be happy to help you.
FAQ
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Products FAQ
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1. Product introduction

1.1 Product introduction: B771 (beyond).

1.2 Product advantages: excellent shape and design, luxurious and elegant style

1.3 Usage scenarios: very suitable for dinners, celebrations and weddings; home and restaurant.Version

1.4 update

2. Product use

2.1 How to hold a knife and fork. When using a knife, place the end of the knife handle in the palm of your hand, place your thumb against one side of the
knife handle, and press your index finger on the knife handle, but be careful not to touch the back of the knife, and the other three fingers are bent along the
way. Hold the handle of the knife. If the fork is not used with the knife, the tines should be upward. The fork should be held as far as possible at the end of the
fork handle. The fork handle is leaning on the middle finger, and the middle finger is supported by the ring finger and the little finger. The fork can be used
alone to fork meals or to eat, and it can also be used to eat some first dishes. And pies, you can also use the entrees that don’t need to be cut.

2.2 The use of knives and forks. Hold the knife in the right hand and the fork in the left. Hold the food with the fork first, then cut it into small pieces with the
knife, and then feed it into the mouth with the fork. Europeans do not change their hands when using it, that is, they hold the fork in their left hand from
cutting to feeding the food. After cutting, the Americans put the knife down and replaced them with a fork in their right hand to deliver food to the mouth.

2.3 When the knife and fork are used together, the posture of holding the fork is similar to that of holding the knife, but the fork teeth should be downward.
Usually the knife and fork are used together when taking the main dish, but if there is no need for a knife to cut, you can use a fork to cut. Both methods are
correct.

2.4 The usage of the key. Hold the spoon with your right hand. The holding method is the same as holding the fork, but you must hold your fingers at the end
of the spoon handle. Except for drinking soup, you don’t need a spoon to eat other foods.
Q
Products FAQ
A
1. Product introduction

1.1 Product introduction: B771 (beyond).

1.2 Product advantages: excellent shape and design, luxurious and elegant style

1.3 Usage scenarios: very suitable for dinners, celebrations and weddings; home and restaurant.Version

1.4 update

2. Product use

2.1 How to hold a knife and fork. When using a knife, place the end of the knife handle in the palm of your hand, place your thumb against one side of the
knife handle, and press your index finger on the knife handle, but be careful not to touch the back of the knife, and the other three fingers are bent along the
way. Hold the handle of the knife. If the fork is not used with the knife, the tines should be upward. The fork should be held as far as possible at the end of the
fork handle. The fork handle is leaning on the middle finger, and the middle finger is supported by the ring finger and the little finger. The fork can be used
alone to fork meals or to eat, and it can also be used to eat some first dishes. And pies, you can also use the entrees that don’t need to be cut.

2.2 The use of knives and forks. Hold the knife in the right hand and the fork in the left. Hold the food with the fork first, then cut it into small pieces with the
knife, and then feed it into the mouth with the fork. Europeans do not change their hands when using it, that is, they hold the fork in their left hand from
cutting to feeding the food. After cutting, the Americans put the knife down and replaced them with a fork in their right hand to deliver food to the mouth.

2.3 When the knife and fork are used together, the posture of holding the fork is similar to that of holding the knife, but the fork teeth should be downward.
Usually the knife and fork are used together when taking the main dish, but if there is no need for a knife to cut, you can use a fork to cut. Both methods are
correct.

2.4 The usage of the key. Hold the spoon with your right hand. The holding method is the same as holding the fork, but you must hold your fingers at the end
of the spoon handle. Except for drinking soup, you don’t need a spoon to eat other foods.
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