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Aladdin Antique Small Spreader

ALD-9803W

Regular price $16.00
Made in Italy

54 in stock

The Aladdin Antique Small Spreader features elegant pearlized handles with the strength of high-grade acrylic and 18/10 stainless steel. This piece is also available in our brilliant finish.

5.25"L

VIETRI flatware is made of the highest quality 18/10 stainless steel. Stainless steel is not stain proof. Ingredients found in tea, coffee, salad dressing, vinegar, and salt can cause discoloration. Pitting or spotting is usually caused by hard water or salty foods. Our flatware is dishwasher safe unless otherwise noted. We recommend using the low energy/dry cycle with the handles placed up in the basket. Use a lemon-free, mild, and non-abrasive detergent that does not contain chlorine, alcohol, or perfume. Overly hot dishwashers may tarnish the necks of flatware. Dry flatware with a soft towel immediately after washing to prevent mineral or stain buildup and streaking. Do not leave acrylic handled flatware in the sun for a long period of time.

Acrylic Handles - Slabs of raw Italian material are first cut into long strips, and artisans shave the material to obtain smoothness and shine. The strips are then cut and carved into the handle's shape. Next, the handles are sanded and the pieces are rolled in a mixing machine with pumice, plaster, and water to create a shined handle. Afterwards, the handles are polished by rolling in a tumbler with small beads for 24 hours before they are then assembled.