Fill the smaller bowl with ice, then lower the larger bowl into a sink filled with warm water. The smaller of the two will contract while the larger expands. Once this happens, they should separate easily.
English pewter marks were identification symbols used to indicate which craftsman worked on a particular piece. The maker's name or initials were often incorporated into the design. In addition, pewter marks sometimes included other information, such as the quality of the piece or membership to a guild.Full Answer >
Fiesta dinnerware is oven safe at temperatures as high as 350 degrees Fahrenheit. Fiesta's bakeware can withstand temperatures as high at 500 degrees F. Fiestaware shouldn't be placed directly above or below an open flame, and Fiestaware is safe to use in the microwave, freezer and the dishwasher.Full Answer >
As of 2014, Hutschenreuther china patterns can be found on eBay as well as through online stores such as Chinacraft or Replacements, Ltd. Items offered include plates, various serving pieces, candle holders, music boxes and oil lanterns.Full Answer >
Identify a discontinued Oneida stainless-steel flatware pattern by searching the knowledge base of a website specializing in replacement pieces, searching Oneida's website for individual pieces or emailing a photo of the piece to firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, one can mail a photo of the piece to Everyware Global, Inc.'s consumer affairs department at 163 Kenwood Ave., Oneida, NY 13421-289. Everyware is Oneida's parent company.Full Answer >