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Paul Revere Pierced Serving Spoon Click to Zoom

Paul Revere Pierced Serving Spoon

Item # 2640SPT
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  • This Serving Spoon features a pierced headpiece perfect for serving vegetables. Having the ageless simplicity of Paul Revere, this item will complement your tabletop.
    • Made of High Quality 18/8 Stainless Steel with brushed finish
    • Dishwasher safe
    • A classic design with traditional sizing
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
    Caring for your Stainless Steel Flatware...

    First time use: Hand wash your new silverware thoroughly in hot water using a mild soap or detergent. Never use an aluminum pan, Only plastic or stainless steel. Rinse with fresh water. Dry immediately with a soft cloth.

    Everyday use: If using a dishwasher, always remember to load forks and spoons handles down, tines and bowls up. Place knives in a separate basket with sharp ends down to prevent scratching and unwanted contact with other alloys. Remove flatware after last rinse cycle and dry by hand. Hot air drying increases the chances of discoloration and corrosion. Do not mix different metals in the same load.

    Tip: Never soak flatware for long periods or overnight.
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    This Serving Spoon features a pierced headpiece perfect for serving vegetables. Having the ageless simplicity of Paul Revere, this item will complement your tabletop.
    • Made of High Quality 18/8 Stainless Steel with brushed finish
    • Dishwasher safe
    • A classic design with traditional sizing
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Use & Care
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    Caring for your Stainless Steel Flatware...

    First time use: Hand wash your new silverware thoroughly in hot water using a mild soap or detergent. Never use an aluminum pan, Only plastic or stainless steel. Rinse with fresh water. Dry immediately with a soft cloth.

    Everyday use: If using a dishwasher, always remember to load forks and spoons handles down, tines and bowls up. Place knives in a separate basket with sharp ends down to prevent scratching and unwanted contact with other alloys. Remove flatware after last rinse cycle and dry by hand. Hot air drying increases the chances of discoloration and corrosion. Do not mix different metals in the same load.

    Tip: Never soak flatware for long periods or overnight.