Commonly Asked Questions About Acclivity
Where is Oneida flatware made?
Oneida was founded in Oneida, New York, and is headquartered in Sherrill, New York, in Oneida County. Oneida products are currently manufactured in North America, South America, Asia, and Europe.
What is 18/0 flatware?
The numbers in 18/0 stainless steel refer to the mix of nickel and chromium in the stainless steel alloy used to make flatware. The 18 refers to the 18 percent chromium content, which makes the metal rust resistant. The 0 refers to the nickel content. Nickel is what gives flatware its silver-like shine. Acclivity has no nickel, but is polished to a high shine.
What is Oneida Acclivity?
Acclivity is a pattern from Oneida that features a teardrop-shaped handle and an impression running up the center of the handle. The heavy gauge stainless steel gives the flatware a nice weight and the smooth handle is polished to a shine.