Adagio 18/10 Collection
The gently tapering droplet profile gives Adagio by Eternum an elegant presence enhanced with a highly polished finish. The Adagio Collection offers six pieces; table fork, table knife, tablespoon, dessert spoon, dessert fork and teaspoon. This collection is perfect for all hotels and restaurants who are serving food.
The Adagio an 18.10 collection. It’s all in the number. The numbers are used to describe the quality and grade of the stainless steel. The two main components used to manufacture cutlery are chromium and nickel.
The numbers 18.10 and 18.0 show the percentage of these components that are present in the stainless steel used: 18.10: 18% chromium / 10% nickel and 18.0: 18% chromium / 0% nickel.
Nickel or no nickel? Whilst chromium gives the cutlery its rust-resistant qualities and hardness, it is the job of nickel to enhance its corrosion resistance, as well as providing a silver-like shine. The higher the nickel content, the more rust resistant and shinier the cutlery will be. This, however, does come at a cost as nickel is somewhat expensive.
Which is right for you? Looking for cutlery that feels heavy in your hand and has superior shine and rust resistant qualities? Choose 18.10.If you will be using your cutlery every day, don’t mind it feeling light in weight and not as shiny, choose 18.0.