And I thought Flatware was a bra….

Drew and I have had the same flatware set since we first got married (which is heading-up on 10 years come this fall). We’ve been looking the last few weeks, and I finally think I’ve found something at Costco. I would love some input though.
You can see the set that I bought here. And if you want to learn more about it — go to www.gourmetsettings.com and go to their everyday sets — I am thinking mine is the gateway set. It feels sturdy in my hand, it’s made of 18/10 stainless steel and is totally dishwasher safe.
Does anyone have any thoughts for me?
ETA: We opened them, I’m a little nervous that you can see fingerprints on them, but I think that’s to be expected. They are curretly waiting in the dishwasher for a thorough washing. BTW, they were 59.99 at Costco. It has a 5 piece table setting for 12 people PLUS a 5 piece hostess set. I’m sure I’m gonna have to hostess more stuff with this flatwear.
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Comments

  1. says

    I’m a fan, but I just go for looks. As far as what they are made of, I don’t have an opinion. Gotta love new utensils!

  2. says

    I think it’s lovely. I really really like it. As far as all the specs, I don’t know a durned thing. All I know is I got two sets for my wedding. One is very heavy and sturdy and the other is totally flimsy. So if it feels heavy to you, it’s probably good. My heavy set has held up very well. The other, not so much.