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The Best Black Silverware Sets in 2021

The Best Black Silverware Sets in 2021

Who hasn't experienced this? You look forward to a nice piece of cake or a juicy piece of meat, but then you have no cake fork or the knife does not cut properly. Other times, you want to cook and eat comfortably with friends and realize that you have too little or the wrong cutlery at home.

To prevent this from happening to you at home in the future, we have created an overview of what black silverware is available and how you can find the right black flatware for you.

 

Best Black Silverware Sets



 

Tucassa Flatware Set





 

  • Number of Items Included: 4 pieces / 24 pieces
  • Pieces Included: knife, fork, spoon, coffee spoon
  • Primary Material: 304 Stainless steel
  • Handle color: Black
  • Weight (g): 25g (knife), 26g (fork), 32g (spoon), 16g (coffee spoon)
  • Dimensions (cm): 21*2.8cm (knife), 19*3cm (fork), 18.5*3.5cm (spoon), 13.5*2.5cm (coffee spoon)
  • Handle finish: Matt




 

Napoli Luxury Flatware Set





  • Number of Items Included: 24pieces / 48 pieces
  • Pieces Included: Fork, knife, soup spoon, tea spoon
  • Primary Material: 18/10 Stainless steel
  • Product Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher safe
  • Handle color: Black
  • Handle finish: Mirrored





 

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  • Number of Items Included: 24pieces / 48 pieces
  • Pieces Included: Fork, knife, soup spoon, tea spoon
  • Primary Material: 18/8 Stainless steel
  • Product Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher safe
  • Weight (g): Knife (100.5g), fork (64.9g), spoon (96.6g), tea spoon (34.3g)
  • Dimension (cm): Knife (25.1cm), fork (21.9cm), spoon (22.3cm), tea spoon (14.9cm)
  • Handle color: Black
  • Handle finish: Mirrored





 

Stockholm Flatware Set





  • Number of Items Included: 24 pieces / 48 pieces
  • Pieces Included: Forks, Knives, Spoon & Teaspoon
  • Primary Material: 304 Stainless steel
  • Product Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher safe
  • Weight (g): Fork (60g), Knife (77g), Spoon (73.5g), Tea Spoon (27g)
  • Dimension (cm): Fork (21.5cm), Knife (22.5cm), Spoon (21.5cm), Tea Spoon (14.5cm)
  • Handle color: Black
  • Handle finish: Mirrored





 

Graziana Royal Flatware Set





  • Number of Items Included: 24 pieces/ 48 piece
  • Primary Material: 18/10 Stainless steel
  • Weight (g): Fork (50g), Knife (65g), Spoon (62g), Tea Spoon (26g)
  • Dimension (cm): Fork (20cm), Knife (22cm), Spoon (20cm), Tea Spoon (14cm)
  • Handle color: Black & Gold
  • Handle finish: Matt, mirrored





 

Fredrik Flatware Set





  • Number of Items Included: 24 pieces / 48 pieces
  • Pieces Included: Forks, Knives, Spoon & Teaspoon
  • Primary Material: 304 Stainless steel
  • Dimensions: Forks (21.5x2.5cm), Knives (22.5x1.5cm), Spoon (21.4x4cm) & Teaspoon (14.5x3cm)
  • Product Weight: Forks (60g), Knives (77g), Spoon (73.5) & Teaspoon (27g)
  • Product Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher safe
  • Handle color: Black / Gold
  • Handle finish: Mirrored




 

Eleganza Flatware Set





  • Number of Items Included: 24 pieces / 48 pieces
  • Pieces Included: Forks, Knives, Spoon & Teaspoon
  • Primary Material: 304 Stainless steel
  • Product Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher safe
  • Dimension (cm): Fork (20cm), Knife (23cm), Spoon (20cm), Tea Spoon (13.5cm)
  • Handle color: Black
  • Handle finish: Mirrored





How much cutlery do you need?



Whether for the single kitchen or the big feast with all the relatives: There is a suitable cutlery set for every size household. Buying a set of cutlery is more common and practical than buying individual pieces of cutlery. Most often, cutlery is sold in sets of 4, 12, 24, 30 and 68 pieces.

In addition to several knives, forks and spoons, a larger cutlery set also includes smaller coffee spoons and cake forks.

For a normal household, 6 or 12 forks, knives, spoons as well as coffee and cake cutlery and the most important serving pieces are recommended. This is enough for both several meals of 1-2 people and you are so well equipped for the visit of several guests.

Depending on your eating habits and preferences, it may make sense to purchase special cutlery for fish or steak.

 

How Do You Store Your Cutlery?



Especially with high-quality cutlery, you should definitely think about the right storage and not just throw everything together in the drawer. This will damage the material in the long run and it will lose its shine.

Cutlery bags are special storage options for your cutlery that you are not currently using. This way you can preserve the shine of your silverware without having to constantly reach for the polishing towel. In addition, cutlery bags protect your designer cutlery from scratches and stains.

Each cutlery bag is equipped with multiple compartments and pockets for secure storage of your knife, fork and spoon. After filling them with your flatware, you can easily roll them up and store them in a drawer to save space.

There are cutlery pockets in different sizes and combinations of compartments. An ordinary cutlery pocket can hold approx. 12 pieces, i.e. approx. 6 pairs of knives and forks.

A cutlery bag can also hold only one or two pieces of cutlery and is a popular way to pass the cutlery around the table. Such a cutlery bag for knives and forks can also be easily made from a napkin.

 

How Do You Set The Cutlery Correctly?



Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed at large banquets with several courses and don't know which cutlery belongs where when setting the table? Don't panic, the principle behind it is actually quite simple:

Cutlery that you will use with your left hand will go to the left of the plate, those that you will use with your right hand will be placed on the other side. The cutlery that will be used first is placed on the outside. Cutlery for dessert is placed on top of the plate, with the spoon handle to the right and the fork handle to the left.

Otherwise, you can also serve each course separately so that there is not too much cutlery on the table.

 

How To Place Cutlery After Eating



While this is not important at home during "dinner for one", there are two positions that you should know when visiting a restaurant.

The "20 after 8" position - "I'm taking a break".
If the knife and fork are arranged in a triangle, at the eighth hour and the twentieth minute - in other words, at 8:20 o'clock - you show the waiter or waitress that you are taking a break, but still want to continue eating. This prevents your plate from being cleared prematurely.

The "20 after 4" position - "I'm done".
The knife and fork are placed parallel to each other on the plate clock. The handles point down to the right - figuratively speaking, four o'clock. The knife represents the hour hand pointing to the fourth hour, and the fork lies as the minute hand on the twentieth minute - twenty past four. By placing your cutlery in this way, you are indicating that your plate can now be cleared.

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