A: The bread trays are NOT made for cooking. They are only for serving. All other items we make that do not have the black antiquing in the cooking surface can be used for cooking.
A: We do not have printed catalogs for the general public. You can view all of our products on our website at: www.armetale.com.
A: No. We do not recommend using the automatic dishwasher because harsh detergents and hard water may harm the metal's surface.
A: You can try a paste of baking soda and vinegar. Rub the paste into the piece with a soft cloth then wash the piece with mild soap and water. You may have to do this a few times. When finished the piece may look dull so you can polish it with the Wilton Armetale® Polish or a polish called Nevr Dull. If that doesn't work you can take the piece to a jeweler or trophy shop and have them buff it with a soft cloth buffing wheel.
A: We do not carry discontinued items once they are all sold out. The only place we know to look for discontinued items is on EBay.
A: You can cook, bake, broil, grill, chill and serve in almost all of our products. We suggest that you put a thin coat of oil on your piece before doing any this to keep the piece from staining. The only pieces you can not use for cooking are pieces with black paint in the cooking surface of the pieces like the bread trays. Those pieces are only for serving.
A: Wilton Armetale is a Metal mixture of over 10 different metals with the primary metal being Aluminum. Almost all of the Wilton Armetale products are safe to cook, bake, broil, grill, chill and use for serving.
A: Some Wilton Armetale items are made in China. All products will state "Made in China". All items, despite the country of origin, are made of patented, food safe, Armetale metal content. These products are tested and are up to our rigorous standards of metal content.
A: We do not do refinishing. You can have polished pieces buffed with a soft cloth buffing wheel at a jeweler or trophy shop to restore its original shine.