World Tableware 130029 Harbour, Oyster Fork
Less Likely to Bend Than Lighter-Weight Flatware, While More Economical Than Deluxe Styles
Harbour Oyster Fork is constructed of heavy weight 180 stainless steel. Teardrop-shaped handle, bordered by beads, creates a graceful appearance for both casual and elegant dining settings.
This Product Ranks 193 Out Of 217 In Forks.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between Medium Weight and Heavy Weight flatware?
- Medium Weight flatware is the lightest weight. It's usually the most economical option and commonly used in high-volume facilities. Heavy Weight flatware is more durable and difficult to bend, ideal for most commercial facilities.
What's the difference between the stainless steel types 18/0 and 18/10?
- These stainless steel patterns represent the percentage of chromium versus nickel composition. An 18/0 stainless steel pattern is composed of 18% chromium and 0% nickel. It usually features a higher shine and can be used with magnetic tableware retrievers and scrap blocks. Flatware at this composition usually feature a lower luster and priced at a value. An 18/10 stainless steel pattern is composed of 18% chromium and 10% nickel, and offers maximum protection against corrosion, food and cleaning. This composition is much more durable with a soft shine and polished finishes that enhances the look of quality.
What type of metal is Harbour 130?
- Spoons and forks are 18/0 Type 430 metal. Dinner knife is 13/0 HC Type 420 metal.
Where would Harbour flatware look good?
- This classic style would look good in country clubs, casual dining and institutional setting like buffets.