Pillivuyt Review

Kiki reviews Pillivuyt culinary dinnerware and bakeware.

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New Peugeot Mills

New pepper and salt mills from Peugeot for Fall 2011. The Saint Malo mills shown at right feature the added convenience of a crank handle that makes grinding pepper corns or sea salt crystals even more effortless. La Rochelle mills shown at left feature a new top “twist” grind adjustment disk on top. Both styles feature [...]

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Sambonet Free Shipping

Free Shipping Coupon Code for Sambonet Flatware Use the coupon code ITALY at checkout, and get free shipping on any Sambonet flatware order of $75 or more. While this brand may not be an American household name, it is one of the classic international marks in hotel and restaurant fine dining. You will find Sambonet [...]

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About Pewter

Pewter is a metal alloy, traditionally between 85 and 99 percent tin, with the remainder consisting of 1-4 percent copper, acting as a hardener, with the addition of lead for the lower grades of pewter and a bluish tint. Traditionally, there were three grades of pewter: fine, for eatingware, with 96-99 percent tin, and 1-4 [...]

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Raclette Cheese

Raclette Cheese by Roth Käse As the holiday season approaches, it is time to think of fun, sociable meals for your family, house guests, and friends. Having a raclette evening will do this just fine. You and your guests sit at the table around one or more tabletop raclette grills that are used to heat [...]

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Cornishware is Back!

As of December 1, 2020, Cornishware will again be available in the United States. For the past three years, the product line has not been available as the company reorganized after falling into receivership. First produced in the 1920′s by T.G. Green & Co. in Church Gresley, Derbyshire, a county famed for its pottery, Cornishware [...]

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About Boardman Silversmiths

Over 210 years ago, T.D. Boardman and his brother, Sherman, began selling products handcrafted in pewter and silver in Hartford, Connecticut. As other Boardman craftsmen entered the business in various locations throughout the Northeast, the Boardman name became celebrated for unmatched quality and fine craftsmanship. The Boardman family heritage flourishes today at Boardman Silversmiths under [...]

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About Sambonet

While the Italian brand Sambonet may not be an American household name, it is one of the classic international marks in hotel and restaurant fine dining where you will find Sambonet flatware, holloware, and cookware. Its products are defined by top-quality materials, unsurpassed beauty, innovation, and attention to detail. Prestigious hotel chain customers of Sambonet [...]

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Raclette

Raclette is a signature culinary dish of the European Alps. It consists of slices of heated, soft, melted cheese accompanied by small, firm boiled potatoes, gherkins, and pickled onions. Raclette traces its origins back many centuries to cow herders, shepherds, and farmers, who would place a wedge of cheese in front of a campfire and [...]

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Caffè Chicco d’Oro

Chicco d’Oro is the most popular household coffee in Switzerland! Roasted to a golden brown color and packed at the modern Chicco d’Oro factory in  Ticino, the southernmost canton of Switzerland, it is a blend of highest-quality 100% Arabica coffee beans. You’ll love the rich flavor, full body, and delicious aroma of Caffè Chicco d’Oro, while pressurized [...]

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Pillivuyt Gift with Purchase

While supplies last, receive a FREE set of two 4oz Pillivuyt Jam Pots with Lids, a retail value of $24, with any purchase of Pillivuyt culinary dinnerware and bakeware of $100 or more! No coupon is necessary, and the Jam Pots will be added automatically to your order when processed. Made in France, the Jam [...]

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Cornishware Comeback

First produced in the 1920′s by T.G. Green & Co. in the United Kingdom, Cornishware has adorned millions of homes and become a design classic. This distinctive blue and white banded tabletop pottery is said to derive its name from the blue sky and white-crested waves of Cornwall. Sadly, in the year 2007, economic circumstances forced the [...]

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