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How do you store your fine silverware?

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Originally Posted by merkur
I have recently inherited a set of sterling silver flatware (8 setting). Unfortunately, the flatware came to me in a cardboard box; apparently, the original wooden chest was lost years ago. How should I store the flatware so that I can both use it on occasion and also protect it for oxidation? Can you buy empty wooden flatware chests?


Yeah just buy a box on ebay. You don't want to just throw it in with your stuff you use every day. I have a wallace grand baroque set for the holidays this year. After the holidays I will sell it.
 

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in my kitchen drawer cause that's all i use
 

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