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  • Chris G. 1 month ago
    I collect old silverware. I don't use that cheap new stuff. I use it as my everyday silverware. I think mine is from the 50's and the other one for Holidays is from the 60's. One is german and one is american.
  • Barbara B. 9 months ago
    LOVE this idea https://www.atlasobscura.com/articles/cutlery-silverware-birds-creatures-art?utm_source=facebook.com&utm_medium=atlas-page
    • Rachel B. 9 months ago
      Ha, Ha. Went to above link and read:
      Stainless steel often makes an appearance in his work, along with silver-plated metal. Almost everything is usable, he says, with one notable exception: IKEA cutlery, which snaps whenever he tries to work with it.
      A whole flock of cutlery birds.
  • christine f. 9 months ago
    keep an old set with camping gear. don't bring disposables.
  • NAncy Lee B. 9 months ago
    I have met several artists who make jewelry and sculpture ith them, you can always ask if they would consider purchasing or a trade for a finished item but be reasonable, that is a talent and you only have raw material :). If you are so inclined you could just offer the pieces to them knowing they will have another life.
  • JC G. 9 months ago
    I brought an old set into work for our kitchen so we don't have to keep buying plastic ware.
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