Stanley Rogers Albany 12pcs Dessert Cutlery Set Cake Fork Stainless Steel

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Victorian sandwiches love them. So do pastries. Stanley Rogers Albany Cake Fork 12 Piece Set adds the perfect finishing touch to every tea table. Unashamedly posh, it’s the sophisticated way to eat cake.

Made from high quality stainless steel and with a beautiful mirror finish, they’re the perfect balance of aesthetic and function. But you’ll never need an excuse to use them. Anytime’s a good time to indulge with a spot of tea, cucumber sandwiches, fluffy scones and lashings of clotted cream, served beautifully with these cake forks.

And they’re dishwasher safe so you can retire to the lounge for some much-needed R and R. It’s all about making mealtimes easy and enjoyable, just the way you like it.


  • Made from high quality 18/0 stainless steel
  • Modern, timeless design to suit any table
  • Perfect for 12 people
  • Dishwasher safe, hand wash recommended

How to Care for Your Cutlery

Stainless steel is highly resistant to stains, rust and wear. However, no material is 100% stain resistant to all destructive agents.

Common household substances such as salt, vinegar, mustard, lemon juice, tomatoes and mayonnaise when left in contact with cutlery for a prolonged period of time can degrade and/or mark the stainless steel surface.

By following these care instructions, you will keep your stainless steel cutlery looking new and spotless for years to come.

**Your stainless steel cutlery is dishwasher safe as long as the care instructions are followed**

Dos and Don’ts for Your Cutlery

  • Do rinse any food as soon as possible.
  • Do remove cutlery from the dishwasher as soon as the wash cycle is complete.
  • Do use a quality stainless steel polish from time to time to maintain the finish or remove rust or watermarks.
  • Don’t leave cutlery unwashed.
  • Don’t leave cutlery wet.
  • Don’t leave cutlery to soak.
  • Don’t leave cutlery to drip dry by itself when washing by hand nor when washing in a dishwasher.
  • Don’t use steel wool or abrasive materials, this will mark the cutlery.
  • Don’t wash steel and silverware in the same compartment of the dishwasher. Silverware will be marked which can not be removed.
  • Don’t store your cutlery in the original plastic bags. Storing cutlery for a long time does not prevent deterioration of the polishing as it is exposed to humidity.