An elegant party disposable that looks real. A revolutionary upscale party disposable!
The photo doesn’t do this product justice. Set on a table it looks like sterling silver, if you’re far-sighted.
This upscale party disposable collection allows you to set a dining table as it was meant to be set but with an elegant party disposable. A full size dinner fork and a smaller fork for first course, salad or dessert on the left with your napkin. And a full size knife that will cut any meat and a smaller knife for first course or salad…. plus a teaspoon on the right. Miss manners always sets a table with a teaspoon even if it is not needed for the meal (Don’t forget the water glass goes directly over the larger knife, forks are used for cake and spoons for ice cream and puddings).
Oh, and this is revolutionary, the new petite forks and spoons…perfect for a fish course and Cafe’ Espresso.
Caterers who like these items are also raving about our not so disposable chair covers. Take a look!
Also check out the matching serving utensils. They are fabulous.
WNA is the manufactorer of this product and this is what they have to say about the Reflections line:
“For a polished presentation Reflections has the same shine and silver sparkle of stainless steel cutlery, giving consumers a unique, formal alternative to white, black, or clear disposable cutlery. Reflections is the only solution addressing both the need for a formal presentation and the high cost associated with renting or owning (cleaning, transporting and replacing) permanent flatware.
This minor change creates a valuable “WOW” impression. For a $1,500 catered event, the incremental cost of Reflections cutlery versus other heavyweight disposable cutlery is just $12 or less than 1%”
” The Reflections Grand fork and knife are heavier and larger than standad Reflections for certain food presentations that require a higher level of performance.”
NOTE: Example of how product is packed – 24pc = 24 pieces in the pack. 10/24 = 240pc in the case. The 1st number is how many packs in a case, 2nd number is how many pieces to a pack.