The Bolo pattern, classy and bold, suits everyday as well as formal dining occasions. This 42-piece set includes eight five-piece place settings and a large serving fork and spoon. Made of 18/8 stainless steel, the flatware features satin-finish handles and lightly polished business ends.
This set includes eight of each of the following: 9-1/4-inch dinner knife, 7-3/4-inch dinner fork, 7-3/4-inch soup spoon, 6-1/2-inch teaspoon, and 7-1/4-inch salad fork. Rounding off the collection is the hostess set, featuring a 9-inch three-tined serving fork for cold meats and a 9-inch generously proportioned serving spoon. The handsomely balanced knives feature superior one-piece construction with hollow handles and high-carbon cutlery steel edges. While Yamazaki approves the use of a dishwasher for cleaning the flatware, the company recommends against dishwashing compounds that contain lemon and suggests drying the flatware by hand to prevent spotting. Yamazaki covers the set with a lifetime warranty against defects. --Ann Bieri
What's in the Box
8 place settings. Each place setting consists of: 9-1/4-inch dinner knife, 7-3/4-inch dinner fork, 7-3/4-inch soup spoon, 6-1/2-inch teaspoon, and 7-1/4-inch salad fork. 2-piece hostess set includes 9-inch serving fork and 9-inch serving spoon. 42 pieces total.
The company known as Yamazaki Tableware Inc. began as a family business in 1918 producing metal items crafted of copper, silver and brass. In 1932 they pioneered the production of stainless steel flatware, functioning as the factory of choice for many flatware companies. In 1980, Yamazaki introduced their own line of carefully designed stainless steel flatware under the Yamazaki brand.