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When’s the last time you replaced your flatware? If you’re anything like me, and the answer is, “I have no idea,” it’s probably time to invest in a new set. But silverware can be expensive—especially when it's meant to serve a large number of people. You don’t have to spend a fortune to complete your collection or spring for a new one that’s not dinged up, however. Right now at Macy’s, you can get 51-piece stainless-steel sets from $29.99!
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Through Tuesday, February 2, or while supplies last, customers can get the International Silver’s 51-piece Cascade or Kensington collections, all of which are currently priced at $29.99. That’s a whopping 62% off the regular list of $80! Better yet, shipping is currently free on orders of $25 or more, so there’s no extra charge.
While we haven’t yet tried these sets, customers seem to be gravitating toward the Kensington option in particular, which boasts a more than 4-star rating from nearly 300 Macy's shoppers. Fans say it’s lightweight-yet-solid for the price point and adore the simplistic design.
It comes with a three-piece hostess set, eight salad and dinner forks, eight dinner knives, eight dinner spoons and 16 teaspoons. These pieces are made from 18/0 stainless-steel, which means they've compromised of 18% chromium and 0% nickel. Since nickel is associated with high shine brightness, this silverware will have a more matte finish.
This type of flatware doesn't require a ton of maintenance (the website says its even dishwasher safe, though you may want to wash forks by hand, as some reviewers say they've experienced some bending in the machine), and is largely suitable for everyday use.
With a track record of selling at this price, you'll definitely want to scoop them up while you syou can!
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