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Conty White Stainless Flatware, by Capdeco Thanks to its elegance and its refinement, the Conty range will be ideal for your festive diner. Two colored, this pattern is available in multiple colors. This handle is pearl white acrylic resin and also has ferrules, or metal ring or cap that prevents the handle from splitting or wearing. The ferrules are chromed and turned brass. Flatware lengths Salad Fork: 7 1/2" Dinner Fork: 8 1/4" Dinner Knife: 9" Soup Spoon: 7 1/2" Teaspoon: 6" We ship fast - usually the same business day. Please give us a try. In stock now!

Capdeco Conty White 5-Piece Place Setting

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