Flatware sets

Since 1868 the Gerritsen family has been involved in the production and supply of silverware. Sola was founded in 1922 by Mr. M.J. Gerritsen. For generations the Sola brand mark is synonymous for the most wonderful cutlery in excellent and durable quality.



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In Lucerna Hospitality, our main objective is to offer excellent quality products against competitive prices. All our flatware 18/10 are being supplied with a lifetime guarantee against production and/or material faults.

It is important to take into consideration when buying flatware for your restaurant or hotel.

Let’s talk a little bit more about the difference qualities between flatware made of 13/0, 18/10,18/8 and 18/0.

Stainless steel flatware is available in four qualities: 13/0, 18/0, 18/8, or 18/10. These designations refer to the percentages of chromium and nickel in the stainless steel alloy. Chromium will be used in the stainless steel to provide extra durability providing rust and corrosion resistance, while nickel is used to give flatware its luster and finish.

18/10 (304 stainless steel) – Contains 18% chromium and 10% nickel.

18/0 (420 stainless steel) – Contains 18% chromium and 0% nickel.

18/8 (304 stainless steel) – Contains 18% chromium and 8% nickel.

13/0 (410 stainless steel) – Contains 13% chromium and 0% nickel.

Most dinner and dessert knives are made with 13/0 stainless steel. This steel is ideal for blade forging to produce a sharp cutting surface, while still maintaining rust and corrosion resistance properties and keep the knives sharp at all times.

18/0 flatware is highly magnetic, which makes this flatware a good choice if you use magnetic flatware bins at your business.

18/8 & 18/10 Stainless Steel have a shiny luster they are rust resistant and have a great durable construction while in the other hand 18/0 Stainless Steel are soft shine, they have no nickel content and they are made of economical composition.

Flatware Weight: What is the difference

Medium Weight: Medium weight flatware is the lightest flatware. This is primarily called medium weight flatware in the industry but it can also be called economy weight and it is mainly a product selected for professional that are looking for an economical flatware. This type of flatware is often bendable in your hand and commonly found in cafeterias, schools, and other institutional or type of business.

Heavy Weight: Heavy weight flatware is even more durable than medium weight flatware, it is not easy to bent, and makes for a nice presentation. Usually this type of flatware is commonly used in high scale quality establishments from medium weight, it is mainly used in fast casual or fine dining venues.

Extra Heavy Weight Flatware: this is thepremium grade of flatware, extra heavy weight flatware provides a level of quality that you will see at most finer restaurants and/or hotels. It feels very sturdy in your hand and is quite difficult to bend if we compare to medium or even heavy weight flatware.

Now that we explained quality and weight, the process of choosing a flatware for your business should be much easier, right? The next step is to actually recognize the Type of Flatware and what meal or food each is used for.