We add new blades into old tablewareYou have a old tableware in a closet but do not use it because the blade is rusty? This not used tableware is with silver handle and a better quality as the other tableware which you have, but as it is rusty you do not use it? We are able to give (cast in) new stainless steel blades into your old tableware! We cast in the blades dishwasherproof.
Stainless steel is available since approx. 1930. Bevor this time are all knives made of rustable steel. But also stainless steel will become little holes from the dishwasher after more years. We are a firm which have the diplom of registered master of cutlery and are able to cast in dishwasherproof new stainless steel blades into your old tableware. Also on stock are near all style typs of blades. All what we need are the old knives and we will cast in new blades into the old silver handles.
We remove the old blade and the residue of the cement from the handle inside.
Then we cast in the new stainless steel blades into the handle. We will make this dishwasherproof that the blade do not come out if you give the knife into the dishwasher. We try to use near the same blade style as your old blade style. At this reason we have over 50 blades on stock and have from more different blade kinds some on stock.
Important: Please note that we can not guarantee that the handle is made, that he will not break by removing the old blade including residue of cement from the handle inside. One time was a little explosion (explosive residue in the handle) and the handle was broken. In this case we are not able to pay you a replacement. (only one case within the past 10 years) If the handle is not good silver plated it is possible that the silver can crumble from the handle. In this case we didn't pay you a replacement or the handle repair. If the handle material is very thin (Alpaka) it can be that the handle will break.
As we have the diplom of registered master of cutlery firm, we work very careful and with high quality materials.
We are able to cast in new forkblades into your fork, too.
For any questions please write us an e-Mail!
Your Martin Morocutti
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