|Cleaning Instructions||No special cleaning required||Color Family||Silver|
|Color/Finish||Stainless Steel||Features||Dishwasher Safe|
|Handle Pattern||Solid||Included||No Additional Items Included|
|Intended Use||Residential||Material||Stainless Steel|
|Number of Pieces||42||Occasion||Year Round|
|Service Set For||Set for 8||Stainless Steel Grade||18/0|
|Style||Industrial, Mid-Century, Modern|
|Manufacturer Warranty||All Ginkgo products are fully guaranteed against defects due to poor workmanship or materials.|
A: Sorry for the lengthy delay! The other Serving Piece is a Pierced Serving Spoon.
A: Dear Valued Home Depot Customer, We have reached out to the manufacturer and their answer is,The 42 piece has 2 serving spoon.
A: Dear Spudlady15, Sometimes the factories that we use to make our products close, so we need to move production. This pattern was made in China for many years, but the factory closed down. We switched to a new factory in Vietnam. We try to match the production exactly, but when new tooling is made, there are some slight differences. Hope that answers your question. Thanks, Ginkgo
A: No, this is made from 18/0 Stainless Steel.
A: I haven't weighed them personally but each piece is very sturdy and has a balanced amount of weight. They don't feel flimsy at all.
A: This silver ware is in between heavy and light. Very durable ☺️
A: •Dinner Fork Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 8.13" •Dinner Fork Width - Side to Side: 1" •Dinner Fork Depth - Front to Back: 1.25" •Dinner Fork Weight: 0.188 lbs •Soup Spoon Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 7.75" •Soup Spoon Width - Side to Side: 1.5" •Soup Spoon Depth - Front to Back: 1" •Soup Spoon Weight: 0.194 lbs •Knife Overall Height - Top to Bottom: 9.5" •Knife Width - Side to Side: 0.875" •Knife Depth - Front to Back: 0.25" •Knife Weight: 0.344 lbs
A: I love this flatware. It’s both functional and beautiful. Seems the right weight to me.
A: I found the Ginkgo Lafayette to be what I'd consider "normal" weight and durable. Light weight tends to correlate with lower material strength. (Example: aluminum is lighter than steel but also has lower strength.) If you want light weight and strong, then you should focus on the material used to make the silverware.
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