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Keep your valuable silverware safe in an Amish flatware chest

by Tom Grimes

If you have silverware of a particularly high value, you may be looking for a way to keep it safe from harm when it's not in use. Oftentimes, these pieces are made from a material like silver, so you may not be inclined to keep them in the same drawer as your everyday flatware. If you are in the market for a special storage space for your nicer utensils, consider a solid wood flatware chest made by skilled Amish woodworkers.

These pieces are beautiful and elegant in and of themselves, so you'll be proud to display them on your hutch when not in use. They're designed to hold up to 12 place settings each, meaning they can accommodate even the largest collections of flatware.

Best of all, these chests are of the same quality as all other pieces of Amish handcrafted furniture, so you can be sure that their strength and endurance will last for years to come. Your nicest silverware deserves the finest storage, and a beautiful flatware chest like this may be exactly what you're looking for.



12/7/2016 5:07:01 PM