Coté 1 sur 5 par woodlim Rust Problems
These flatware are supposed to be stainless steel, but I had to return them twice for rusting. I ordered six place settings, washed them once and ended up with little rust spots on mostly the knives and forks. I thought maybe it was just a defect, so I tried them again - same thing. They are beautiful, but save your money unless you don't mind using rust remover every time they get wet. Big disappointment. 2 août 2009
Coté 5 sur 5 par anthroKimber beautiful
i've had this flatware for about a year and i love it. its great quality (and never bends when im digging into frozen ice cream with one of my pretty spoons!) and the etched design is beautiful. even after a year and almost daily washing i have no rust spots. the directions for the flatware said not to use detergents with lemon in them because it damages stainless steel, so i havent. after a year they do have some very tiny streaky scratches (i think it is my very old, poor-quality washing machine's fault), but they are still beautiful and shiny! i assume this is normal wear that you would see with any flatware. even my husband loves them, and he rarely comments on anything.
4 août 2009
Coté 5 sur 5 par chicago love this flatware
In 3 months of use I have not had the problem that the prior reviewer had. The flatware so far has been free of any problems. It's quite heavy and well made, far better than I expected for 24 $ USD/setting. The etched design is very pretty and the perfect vintage/modern blend like just about everything else Anthropologie offers. I am so far very happy with this flatware and would recommend it to others, with the caveat that they may experience what the other reviewer experienced. 4 août 2009