The beauty of your home will be more appealing and attractive if good quality collections are arranged. The sterling silver tea set can indeed catch attention because of its attractive appearance. Many kinds of tea sets are in demand in markets nowadays and this set is the leading item or product. Aside from being a mere decoration for the home, it could be used in the kitchen as well. You will be inspired working with its function and beauty.
Sterling is known with accessories like earrings, pins, rings, bracelets, necklace and many more. They had been crafted with good designs and durability. Since the new evolution of sterling found that it could be used with home wares, they have immediately reached out to many home owner and ever home ware’s collectors to grab the opportunity to buy their piece with elegance and style and that is specifically the sterling silver tea set. Since this tea collection was made of good and durable sterling silver material, it could be kept for years without diminishing its beauty and class.
Their storage and maintenance is also important to enjoy them in prolonged years. Proper silver storage and tarnish removal on your collection must be properly observed in order to provide those longer years of beauty. In order to give them the proper storage here basic tips:
1. Keep them in low humid location and always keep them dry. You may use the silica gel to avoid moisture and water speeds up the process of oxidation.
2. Clean them often from grease, dirt and dust. So if the tea set will be used, make sure that clean after use and wipe water remains to keep them dry in their storage room.
3. If you can provide them a sulfur-absorbing cloth for full protection against sulfur then do so.
Lastly, when you are completely clueless how to clean your sterling silver tea set then ask for a professional to do it for you to avoid damaging your favorite item. Some believe that toothpaste can polish the set, it is a wrong practice because it could form scratches over the wares, and finally soap, detergents, and old polishes are not good as well. Electrochemical reduction and chemical drips must be done carefully by professionals.