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Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
Linens, tableware and chinaware
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  • 1. KINDS AND ITS USES LINENS, TABLEWARE and CHINAWARE
  • 2. LINEN Common term used to include table coverings and napkins of all types.  Tablecloths  Silence cloth  Runners  Placemats  Top cloths  Napkins
  • 3. Damask material  is a reversible figured fabric of silk, wool, linen, cotton, or synthetic fibres, with a pattern formed by weaving.
  • 4. Tableware Maybe further classified as under:  Cutlery -Technically, these include only cutting utensils namely knives. But nowadays all eating implements are known as cutlery  Flatware – refers to those appointments used to serve, dip, cut or spear food.  Hollowware – anything hollow that is made of silver, silver-plated, stainless steel like creamery set, candy bowl
  • 5. Cutlery/flatware
  • 6. Dinner fork
  • 7. Salad/dessert fork
  • 8. Oyster fork
  • 9. Pickle fork
  • 10. Cocktail fork
  • 11. Dinner spoon
  • 12. Soup spoon
  • 13. teaspoon
  • 14. Demitasse spoon
  • 15. Iced teaspoon
  • 16. Dinner knife
  • 17. Steak knife
  • 18. Butter spreader
  • 19. Butter server
  • 20. Serving spoons
  • 21. Serving fork
  • 22. Pie server
  • 23. Soup ladle
  • 24. Gravy ladle
  • 25. Sugar spoon
  • 26. Sugar tongs
  • 27. Glassware Parts: bowl, stem, foot Types:  Tumblers – flat glass that is basically a bowl without a stem or a foot  Footed Glass – a style of glass having all three features – bowl, foot, stem  mugs – tumbler with handle

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