Aston Flatware Place Setting

From the studio of Robert Welch, one of Britain's leading houseware designers, Aston flatware evokes traditional style with its understated, subtle elegance. Inspired by classic flatware patterns, the pieces feature a delicate raised band that outlines the graceful curves of the handle. Five-piece place setting includes a dinner fork, salad fork, dinner knife, soup spoon and teaspoon. Twenty-piece set includes four 5-piece place settings. Spoons and forks are crafted of 18/10 stainless steel, while the knives are forged from a single ingot of hardened stainless steel for a well-honed cutting edge. Each piece is polished by hand for an exceptional finish. Dishwasher safe.
Average Customer Rating:
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3 of 3(100%)reviewers would recommend this product to a friend.
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Review 1 for Aston Flatware Place Setting
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
minims
,Baltimore
,MD
Baltimore, MD
November 16, 2014
Would You Recommend? Yes
+3points
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fabulous flatware
November 16, 2014
I also have been on a quest for a new set of cutlery. I am so glad I found this simple, yet beautiful set for daily use. While design appreciation is personal, I think most people will love this high quality product. The pieces fit in the hand well. Each piece has some heft and weight, which is perfectly balanced. What I most like is the pieces are not too large or too heavy. And the finish is so smooth and soft as well. I just love holding and using this flatware.
Pros: Quality, Good for Entertaining, Easy to Clean, Size, Appearance, Design, Weight
Review 2 for Aston Flatware Place Setting
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
ChoppyChoppy
,Greensboro
,NC
Oak Island, NC
November 23, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
+10points
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We both agreed on this!
November 23, 2013
My wife and I have been looking for a pattern that met her desire to have a nice "hand" and not be too big. I wanted a solid feel and weight. We both wanted an attractive pattern. This hit every desire.
Although the soup spoon is large, like an earlier reviewer said it is not so big that it is awkward. It feels nice.
We purchased the Hostess Set too. I would have preferred to get a slotted spoon in the set, but was happy with the matching style and products.
Pros: Balance, Size, Design, Weight, attractive, very nice fork tine width, excellent feel, smooth finish
Cons: no slotted spoon in hostess set
Review 3 for Aston Flatware Place Setting
5 out of 5
5 out of 5
daisybug39
,Wheaton
,il
September 11, 2013
Would You Recommend? Yes
+23points
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Beautiful to use and look at
September 11, 2013
Confession: I could have written the sequel to War and Peace with the amount of time I've spent researching flatware. Part of my problem is finding a knife that will not show rust spots. Trickier than one thinks. I'm giving this one a go - so far no rust spots (5 days in) but I will update my review if that changes.
Secondly, the spoon is a bit ovalish for my taste. The soup spoon is on the large size (but not as large as some continental sets). However, these pieces have a nice weight (heavier than most) and are nice in the mouth (narrower spoon and fork tines). Do I feel weird talking about the "mouth feel" of flatware? Yes I do. However, it's part of what make this set great. I also love the slender, cylindrical necks. The nicest piece in the set is the knife - beautiful to look and the perfect weight.
Pros: Quality, Balance, Appearance, Weight
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daisybug39
Wheaton, IL
Posted June 2, 2014
update
I'm over 8 months into owning this set and am still pleased with the purchase. Are they flawless? No, I have had a couple of spots but they are minor (especially compared to a few other sets I tried). Here's how to keep your knives looking great: wipe food off the blade before loading into dishwasher, blade down, don't let the blades touch.
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