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Pfaltzgraff 5119307 Hoopla Frost 45-Piece Stainless Steel Flatware Set with Serving Utensil Set and Metal Storage Caddy, Service for 8
285.50 SAR

Pfaltzgraff 5119307 Hoopla Frost 45-Piece Stainless Steel Flatware Set with Serving Utensil Set and Metal Storage Caddy, Service for 8

by  Pfaltzgraff, Cutlery & Flatware Sets -  89 ratings

285.50 SAR 

+ 118.95 SAR Saudi Arabia Delivery
International Product from Amazon.com. Ships from and sold by Amazon Global Store US.
Color
Stainless Steel
Main Features:
  • 45-piece flatware service for 8 includes 8 of each: dinner forks, salad forks, dinner knives, dinner spoons, and teaspoons
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PRODUCT INFORMATION

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    Specifications

    Brand
    Pfaltzgraff
    Color
    Stainless Steel
    Service Size
    Service for 8
    UPC-A
    801947300778
    Brand
    Pfaltzgraff
    Color
    Stainless Steel
    Service Size
    Service for 8
    UPC-A
    801947300778
    Item EAN
    2724597843090
    ASIN
    B00IA8N18M
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    Description:

    PFZE Hoopla Frost SS 45pc FW Flatware

 

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  • You Get What You Pay For... But Not Bad For The Price!
    By Momma McIntosh on 08 November 2015

    For our new home, I decided that I wanted to have place settings on the table at all times, a la the fancy Martha Stewart and Better Homes and Gardens photo spreads. We have wedding china out the ying-yang but, sadly, no formal sterling silver flatware. Not wanting to set the table with my everyday flatware, but also not wanting to spend $3,000+ for a full set of the sterling stuff, I went looking for a set that would look good on the table, had a gold accent to match our wedding china, and at a price that wouldn't get me in trouble with my husband.

    Mission accomplished.

    The Good: For less than $100, service for 8 plus hostess pieces and a nice wooden storage box is hard to find. The pieces are the standard formal size. I read in the reviews from others that the forks are too large. No, they aren't. The salad forks and dinner forks are the standard size for a formal dinner place setting, so that's nice. The Gold Newcastle are lovely, with just enough gold to match our Mikasa "Wedding Band" china pattern, but not so much gold that it looks tacky. It's just right. They came out of the dishwasher looking great, and they look spectaclar on the table. And again, the price cannot be beat.

    The Bad: These suckers are LIGHT. They are less weighty and substantial than my daily-use Oneida flatware. If I was having a formal dinner party for my husband's work colleagues or other people who I would be worried about impressing, I would be worried about how lightweight these are. For having a family dinner or a bunch of friends or something.... They aren't going to judge me on my flatware. But yes, if I was having a formal occasion, these are not the weight that I would want at all. I am sure they probably bend easily as well, though I obviously haven't tried. Ha! We have two teenagers, so we don't have small children who are rough on the silverware, but if you have little ones... They would probably be able to bend these if they put their minds to it.

    The Short n' Sweet: Look more expensive than they are until you pick them up... But they're at a price that can't be beat. Someday, when we are done paying for college, I will buy a set of fancy-schmantzy sterling silver flatware for a couple of grand. Until then, these will fit the bill. Go ahead and buy them, just don't expect the weight of sterling.

    13 people found this review helpful

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  • Only Buy If You Don't Mind f-RUST-ration
    By Rachel on 12 February 2015

    I have a set of Pfaltzgraff silverware from a number of years ago that have held up just great, which is why I decided to purchase this set. However, after one wash in the dishwasher, nearly every piece is rusted--not just water-spotted--and the "frost" already has already begun to scrape off. Candidly, I saw those other reviews about the rust and thought the problem might be exaggerated but, truly, this flatware is horrific and does not compare to my other set. I think this may because this set says "Pfaltzgraff Everyday" which may be a cheaper line of Pfaltzgraff products. Furthermore, one thing you can't see from the picture is that the silverware is curved and hollow; so, when the utensil rests on your hand, it's not flat and thus it's not particularly comfortable to hold.

    9 people found this review helpful

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  • I have some fine Lenox dinnerware and needed something with a touch of ...
    By Susan E. Stonaha on 19 December 2014

    This is a lovely set. I actually bought two of them. I have some fine Lenox dinnerware and needed something with a touch of gold to match the trim. This is perfect. My only suggestion is that the box be made a little differently. It took me a while to figure out how to get the knives into the box and ended up breaking off the part of the box that holds the knives in place. The flatware itself is quite fine.

    13 people found this review helpful

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  • Nice weight and feel in the hand. Good buy.
    By Samantha on 15 August 2016

    We found this pattern in an Old Time Pottery store but wanted the larger set that includes 8 place settings and the serving set so I took to Amazon. Found a very good price and ordered it. This set came with all the pieces we wanted plus a stainless caddy tray that fits perfectly in my door and holds the flatware in a way that keeps it from banging together and scratching each other. I'm thinking of ordering a smaller set to supplement this one in case we have a lot of company over.

    The flatware itself is a very nice quality. It has some weight to it so it doesn't feel cheap and flat like a lot of it does these days. The pattern is gorgeous and matches our drapes perfectly. The "frosted" part has a brushed texture and looks really nice. Definitely recommended.

    1 person found this review helpful

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  • Good set of silverware
    By A. Knollhuff on 10 September 2014

    I really like this set. They are nice without being too girly (and yes, I'm a girl). The only thing I don't like is the wire holder. The knives don't stay in place very well, and the holder has no sides so they are always sliding around and out of the holder. Also there's no barrier between the serving set and the knives so the same thing happens. Other than that I love them.

    10 people found this review helpful

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