Liberty Tabletop Lincoln 45-piece 18/10 Flatware Set for 8, Includes Serving Pieces Made in USA
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- Finest quality 18-10 stainless steel Made in USA
- Manufactured 100% in USA
- Hollow Handle Knife Construction in the Tradition of Fine Sterling
- Heavy Weight and Balance
- 25 year Manufacturers Warrantee & Unconditional Money back Guarantee!
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The 45 pc Service for Eight Set includes: 8 Dinner Knives 8 Dinner Forks 8 Salad Forks 8 Place Spoons 8 Teaspoons 1 Serving Fork 1 Serving Spoon 1 Slotted Serving Spoon 1 Butter Spreader 1 Sugar Spoon •Dinner Knife 9 1/2" 2.7 oz •Dinner Fork 8.0" 2.2 oz •Salad Fork 7.0" 1.6 oz •Place Spoon 7.0" 1.8 oz •Teaspoon 6.0" 1.3 oz
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ORIGINAL REVIEW 2015 -Wonderful tableware made in USA. My father worked for a restaurant supply company years ago and he purchased some Oneida flatware in the early 1970's through work that our family has been using for the last 46 years and it has held up very well - never a rust spot - although lots of scratches from decades from use. So recently I wanted to get new flatware and looked for USA made items finding that only Liberty Tabletop was the did so - which appealed to me. I'm guessing my decades old flatware was possibly made at this same factory.
I spent a lot of time reviewing patterns and styles at their website - narrowing it down to the LUX and HERITAGE line of flatware. The LUX line had some nice patters and slightly heavier weights, which averaged about 0.13 ounces heavier, but the price premium I couldn't justify personally. I decided to go with the HERITAGE line and settled on the LINCOLN style I decided to use the LUX premium difference and use that extra money to purchase additional pieces from the HERITAGE line of flatware - basically being able to buy about 10+15 extra pieces.
I purchased the 45 pieces set, along with the 20 piece set to have a total of 12 place settings with one set of steak knives and 7 extra serving spoons. The order was processed quickly and shipped the next morning - arriving two days later. The order was filled correctly and it appears all pieces are in perfect condition so far.
I love that that website for Liberty Tabletop clearly stated the length and weights of each piece of flatware - something I found terrible hard to find on other flatware products from other vendors. Many people have commented on the weight of these products - saying they feel light - perhaps they do - but I'm only comparing them against my old flatware - none the less - they are very strong and hard to bend! The weight of these is find in my opinion I'm not sure what people are expecting or how heavy they want their tableware!!
Before placing my order I actually purchased a fork form the SHEFFIELD, PRESTIGE, PEARL, CEDARCREST styles to review in person - they arrived about a week before placing my final order - at that point I had decided on the LINCOLN style - which to me looked classy but also casual. I've uploaded some images of my items and I will provide an update to this review about 6 months from now after they have been used for many months and have a better idea of how they hold up.
One of my photos I've posted shows several different styles - SHEFFIELD, PEARL, PINEHURST, LINCOLN and PRESTIGE.
I'm thrilled these are made in the USA from steel from the USA! These are lovely, quality items that I'm sure I will be using for the next several decades!
It's probably personal and subjective, but this flatware has a shape and balance that feels very natural. Even when we had only the samples from Liberty we tended to use the Liberty forks over our previous (worn, but, high quality) flatware - we just liked the way they felt.
We also like the fact that these are made in the U.S. Do a search on Liberty Tabletop to get the background on how this company has worked to maintain a U.S. presence in the flatware market. We had previously purchased our dinnerware from one of the few remaining U.S. china / dinnerware manufacturers and we're now on board with supporting U.S. quality products wherever we can.
Because we also had samples of the 'Lexington' and 'Cedarcrest' patterns, we feel confident that our high rating would apply to those patterns, as well.
It would be nice if they offered a few other accessory pieces (a gravy ladle, for example), but that's a minor issue. They do have iced tea spoons and steak knives that I didn't see on Amazon that can be ordered directly from Liberty (Sherrill Manufacturing).
Obviously, this is relatively expensive flatware. But we had our previous set for almost 30 years. Flatware is a long term investment - calculate the cost on a per meal basis over 30 years and get the good stuff.
Update March 2016: It's now been two years and the flatware still looks like new.