The simple lines of the classic Wales flatware lend understated elegance to the table. The Wales pattern was inspired by the tradition of Welch wedding love spoons, in which a groom presents his bride with a spoon to bring longevity and faith to their marriage. Helen, chief designer at Vagabond House, created this collection by working the pewter handle until it suggested the sensuously curved form of a spoon.
- Five-piece setting includes dinner knife, dinner fork, tablespoon, salad fork, and teaspoon.
- Carving set includes carving knife and carving fork.
Care: Vagabond pewter will tarnish very slowly and requires little maintenance. To clean your pewter after use, hand wash in warm water using liquid dish soap. Dry the pewter completely in order to prevent the water droplets from spotting the pewter. If you wish to polish your pewter, most metal polishes can be used, (please read the instructions carefully before you purchase). Because pewter is a soft metal, mildly abrasive metal polishing creams can buff out scratches and bring luster back to a frequently used piece.