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Mikasa Classico Satin Dinner Knife
Classico Satin Stainless Flatware by Mikasa
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What is .925 Sterling Silver?
The Short Answer:
Sterling silver consists of at least 92.5 percent silver and 7.5% percent of other metals like copper, nickel, or both. The reason for this is Pure Silver or Fine Silver, is very soft and very malleable making it easy to damage or bend. Other metal alloys like copper or nickel are added to the silver to make a more durable piece.
All items sold by Silver Superstore as “Sterling Silver” contain at least 92.5% percent Silver and are stamped with either “.925”, “Sterling Silver”, or both.
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The Classico Satin Dinner Knife by Mikasa measures 9.25". Mikasa Classico Satin has a contemporary style and distinctive tip have made it a very popular pattern among all manufacturers. Imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, and Oneida introduced a rival pattern called Satin Garnet in 2003. The satin finish extends the length of the handle, on the top side only. Heavy weight. This pattern has changed slightly in early 2009, so if you are adding to your existing set of Classico Satin, please note that some of the sizes have changed slightly, and the current set is 18/0 instead of 18/10.