Wilton Armetale makes an excellent gift. It is elegant, decorative, and useful. It is oven and burner safe. It will not break, crack, or dent. It is food safe and contains no harmful toxic leachable materials. It has excellent heat and cold retention.
It can be engraved for special occasion events.
It is handcrafted in the USA.
The pattern shown has been especially design for Talavera and More and cannot be purchased elsewhere.
Wilton Armetale creates tableware that combines the best of modern technology with old-world craftsmanship.
For three generations, the Wilton family has produced a variety of metalware using a painstaking process called sand molding, where an impression formed in sand is milled with molten metal. Individually cast and meticulously hand finished, no two pieces are exactly alike. The unique alloy is developed, called Armetale metal can achieve a finish similar to silver or pewter. The elegant tableware fashioned from the versatile metal can be used to cook in, serve in and eat off.
Wilton Armetale is located in the rolling hills of historic Lancaster County, Pennsyvania.
Don’t be misled by the graceful lines or ornate patterns; this serveware is tough. Its beauty is long lasting, without requiring the delicate care demanded by silver products. Simply wash with a mild soap, and then rinse with hot water and dry. Since the chemicals in water may vary, automatic dishwashers are not recommended because they may harm the metal’s fine finish. As with any metal, it is not recommended that food be stored in your pieces for a sustained period of time, especially foods containing fatty acids, salad dressing or vinegar. If staining or discoloration does occur, a little Armetale polish followed by soap and water should restore the luster to your serveware.