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Rediscovered Flatware

Rated 3.2 out of 5 by 23 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Question for Anthro I want to buy this and I want to buy it so it will be enough for 6 people. I am wondering about the description where it says: Set of five assorted pieces. Does that mean each time I purchase a "set" that it will most likely be different quantities of forks, spoons and knives? Thanks October 30, 2010
Rated 3 out of 5 by just okay to the previous reviewer: a set of five is one place setting. so you'd order a set for each place setting that you want. as for the product itself. i got four place settings and this rang true for all of them. the salad forks and teaspoons were tiny, like baby silverware, in length. the size of the spoon/fork part was normal but they were all so short that it was weird looking. other than that, everything was cute. i just think i'm going to return them because they weren't cute ENOUGH for the money. every piece i got was different, which was good. most of them were lovely like the product pictures, with engraved flowers and monograms etc, but about two pieces were completely hideous and art-deco style. they just looked really out of place. November 13, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Answer to previous question No, "assorted" doesn't mean you could possibly get 5 knives or 4 forks and 1 spoon, it means that the patterns on the handles will not match. The sets are consistently made up of the pieces shown (2 spoons, 2 forks, 1 knife). November 14, 2010
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ASSORTED Style #:073830 Cake Vintage combed the country to collect some of the prettiest antique and vintage silverware pieces from 1800-1940, and then regrouped them into delightfully mismatched sets. The shapes and patterns are randomly assembled; therefore each place setting of two forks, two spoons and one knife is completely unique. Rediscovered Flatware