I was recently introduced to this beautiful collection of metal serveware from Wilton Armetale and I’m thrilled to be participating, along with a group of other bloggers, in this great big Easter prize pack giveaway.
Wilton Armetale is a historic, Pennsylvania company that produces high quality, metal, serving pieces using a unique, non-toxic aluminum-based alloy. Most of the pieces are oven safe and can withstand temperatures up to 1000° F with no damage to the finish. They are also refrigerator and freezer safe and will keep cold food cold longer making it ideal for serving items like deviled eggs, salads, meat and cheese trays, or anything that is better served chilled.
I had the pleasure of receiving this elegant Egg Tray from the Flutes & Pearls collection in return for my participation in this product review and giveaway. The timing could not have been better since I had a deviled egg post in the works for Easter. This tray is more gorgeous in person than could ever be shown in pictures. It is a quality serving piece that will last a lifetime.
Here is a closer look at the beautiful detail on this piece. All of the items in the prize pack are part of the Flutes & Pearls collection which is a reproduction and adaptation of an 1821 candlestick base design. This classic design gives these items the look of treasured family heirlooms. To see more of the tray and these scrumptious deviled eggs, click HERE.
Let’s take a look what is included in the prize pack.
Clockwise from the top;
- Square Bowl
- Large Round Tray
- Gravy Boat with Tray
- Egg Tray
Please note that these items are not dishwasher safe but are easy as can be to care for. Just wash with mild soap and hot water to keep them looking beautiful for years to come.
The contest ends on April 22 and is open to U.S. residents only. Please enter on the Rafflecopter application below and best of luck to you all!
This giveaway is sponsored by Wilton Armetale. I received product to aid me in my review but all opinions expressed are solely my own. Read my full disclosure policy here.