Is Nambe silverware dishwasher safe?

Nambé plated products are coated with a food safe lacquer. Do not place on stovetop, in microwave or oven. Not dishwasher safe.

How do you clean discolored Nambe?

If discoloration occurs on bowls and platters, it can often be removed with our exclusive Nambe Polish. To remove fine scratches on Nambe bowls or platters, use(000) or (0000) steel wool and a small amount of Nambe Polish. Buff with a soft, clean cloth.

Can Nambe be restored?

If you are unable to restore your Nambé Alloy piece with Nambé Polish, don’t despair. Our skilled craftsmen can return your item to like-new condition through our repolish service. Contact Customer Service at [email protected] any time or at 1-800-443-0339 to make arrangements.

What material is Nambe?

Nambe is made by a small group of Santa Fe craftsmen using sand molds. A bowl or platter is broken away from its mold and shaped and polished to a silvery luster that, with age, acquires a patina all its own. Because each sand mold is used only once, no two pieces are exactly alike.

Why is nambé so expensive?

Nambe’s products are made of a ‘patented metal alloy’. They are a high-end manufacturer and often contract with top designers, hence most of their products are expensive.

What is nambé?

The word “Nambé” (pronounced na:m’bei), comes from the Native American Tewa tradition, meaning “People of the round earth.” The native people have described Nambé as being “born of the earth and the fertile imagination.”

How do you fix pewter ruined dishwasher?

To make your own, simply mix one part white flour with two parts white vinegar, throw in a pinch of salt and mix everything together, forming a paste. Apply this pasty polish to the surface of your pewter with a cloth and rub it in using circular motions for a few minutes.

Where is Nambe manufactured?

Wooden Nambé items are made in Thailand and the stainless steel flatware in Vietnam. With the company owners overseas, the move away from its origins is complete. Still, Nambé products are seasoned by their roots here, as well as the company’s continuing commitment to elegant, classic designs.

Is Nambe made in China?

What happened to Nambe?

SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — A Santa Fe-based company known for its polished aluminum alloy kitchenware and home decor has been acquired by a British manufacturer and worldwide distributor for $12 million.

Where is Nambe based?

Nambé Pueblo, New Mexico

Nearest city Santa Fe, New Mexico
Coordinates 35°53′5″N 105°57′52″WCoordinates: 35°53′5″N 105°57′52″W
Area 7.7 acres (3.1 ha)
Built 1540
Significant dates

Can you wash pewter in dishwasher?

Please do not wash match pewter in the extreme temperatures of a commercial dishwasher. When washing your dinnerware by hand, please do not pre-soak in hot water.

Can a Nambe gourmet cookware be used in a dishwasher?

Nambé Gourmet CookServ cookware is dishwasher safe, but hand washing with a non-abrasive liquid detergent and a soft cloth or sponge is recommended to preserve the luster and shine of the stainless steel. Stainless steel cookware may react with starchy foods and result in temporary discoloration of your pan.

How long should you leave Nambe in the dishwasher?

To avoid discoloration do not keep cooked, oily and/or acidic food or liquid in Nambé metal products for more than 3 hours. This does not apply to dry food such as chips, cookies, salt & pepper. Never put Nambé alloy in the dishwasher, or leave in standing water.

Do you wash the inside of a Nambe Shaker?

If your Nambé product has a lid that will create a tight seal, we recommend you wash and dry the inside thoroughly before applying the lid (i.e. cocktail shaker, ice bucket, etc.). Nambé silver alloy naturally has excellent qualities of temperature retention, making it perfect for serving both hot and cold dishes.

What should I use to clean my Nambe carafe?

Your Nambé carafe is made of high-quality stainless steel, featuring an ergonomically designed handle, durable stainless steel liner and a stay-tight lid to keep all your hot and cold beverages at the desired temperature for up to 8 hours. Clean after each use. Hand wash using a non-abrasive liquid detergent and a soft sponge or cloth.