Stanley Rogers Cutlery has always been the top choice for exceptional Stainless Steel Cutlery. Their company creates stunning modern design cutlery. They also make equally beautiful traditional designs. With a focus on using the best in Stainless Steel, Stanley Rogers has always delivered with Quality. Their cutlery sets have been and Australian favourite choice for house warming, wedding and engagement gifts. Their current most popular designs are Clarendon, Virginia as well as the top seller Baguette. Most of their sets are based around the popular 56pc setting which suits a large family of 8. All sets are presented in attractive gift boxing.
Stainless Steel offer years of service for your table and it requires little or no maintenance. Long life serrated knife blades do not require sharpening. In addition, Stainless Steel Cutlery is known for its rust resistant properties. When you purchase good cutlery like Stanley Rogers you know you can feel confident about your purchase. They say there is safety in numbers and Stanley Rogers flatware is Australia’s number one selling cutlery brand.
Modern Homes love Stanley Rogers
The brand offers exceptional durability and rust resistance. Among one of Australia’s top selling engagement and wedding gifts. Stanley Rogers is perfect for use everyday. But equally importantly, it can be used when formal occasions require the table look smart and finished. Stanley Rogers has elegant cutlery designs, contemporary cutlery styles and traditional designs. The range has a style to suit all tastes and budgets.
Things we love about Stanley Rogers Cutlery
- Highly affordable, quality cutlery.
- Most ranges are designed for 8 people which is ideal to when you have guests or friends for dinner.
- Most ranges are 18/10 stainless steel meaning they are superior in strength and rust resistant.
- Very stylish attractive flock lined gift boxing.
Stainless Steel Cutlery care instructions
First thing to remember is to wash thoroughly before use. You can happily wash your cutlery in the dishwasher but; it should be remembered, that hand washing is best. With this in mind, use a gentle dishwashing detergent. Rinse thoroughly. Dry with a lint free cloth for a perfect shine. On the other hand if you allow your cutlery to drip dry it may develop water marks on the blades.
Another key point to remember is to store your cutlery in the canteen provided whenever possible. However, a properly partitioned cutlery drawer is also acceptable.