For a limited time enjoy free ground shipping on orders of $100 or more.
In Stock items are generally shipped within 3 business days of receiving your order. In most cases you will receive your order within 4 to 8 business days depending on the UPS shipping method chosen below. Please allow an additional 2-3 business days for delivery of all engraved items.
This offer for free shipping and handling applies to items in our Easter Category only and is valid April 3, 2014 through April 17, 2014. This offer applies to standard ground shipping, it cannot be combined with any other offer and past purchases are not eligible. Regular shipping and handling charges, if any, will apply to all orders containing items that are not part of this specific promotion. Customers are responsible for all taxes and for all Rush Delivery upgrade fees for 2nd Day Air and Next Day Air Saver Deliveries. Reed & Barton reserves the right to modify or discontinue this offer at any time. Not transferable or redeemable for cash or credit toward any purchase. Void where prohibited by law.
Reed & Barton stainless steel flatware is high quality, dishwasher safe flatware that will bring you years of enjoyment. Below are some easy care tips to follow. For best results, wash your stainless flatware before you use for the first time and promptly after each use. Avoid prolonged soaking, as the chlorine and mineral content of your water, especially iron, may cause pitting or staining. Use a gentle dishwasher detergent (avoid using lemon-scented products). Wash stainless separately from sterling or silverplated items, as pitting can occur. Place spoons and forks into baskets with handles facing downward. Knives should be inserted with the blade facing down. Remove flatware prior to the drying cycle and wipe with a soft towel. This decreases the amount of time flatware spends in a hot, moist atmosphere, and helps reduce the incidence of spotting. Should spots or stains occur, we recommend using stainless steel polish. Also, rubbing alcohol or salad oil can be used to remove stubborn water spots. Shine flatware using a sponge doused in white vinegar. While stainless steel is designed to resist most common stains, corrosion and/or discoloration may be caused due to prolonged contact with chloride rich foods such as salt, mayonnaise, mustard and eggs. To prolong the life of gold-accented flatware, hand-washing is recommended.