Thursday, 23 November 2017

Review and Giveaway ~Nala Cutlery Gift set by Viners



























I love entertaining and host many dinner parties. Together with planning the menu, it is equally important that your tableware goes hand in hand with the menu. Having a beautifully set table with appropriate crockery and cutlery is an equally important part of entertaining. Your guests will love to sit at a table that is beautifully dressed to enjoy the meal.



This Christmas I am planning my table settings to be very traditional with greens, reds and gold. I have chosen gold place mats with red chargers and classic white plates with a simple gold inlay on the rim. To complete the setting I have chosen the most beautiful Nala range of cutlery from Viners.
The Nala range is ombre effect finish that blends from long, elegant matt handles out to a bright mirror polish. 






























It is made from high quality 18.10 stainless steel and finished with a titanium coating. The finish is resistant to corrosion, rust and tarnishing. The 16 piece range comes presented in a flock inlay gift box and consists of a set of  4 x Table forks, 4 x Table knives, 4 x Dessert spoon, 4 x Tea spoons. This stunning cutlery is dishwasher safe and comes with a 50 year guarantee.  


My family have always purchased Viners cutlery, it is long lasting and gives great value for money. The range is available from many kitchen ware stockists and retails at RRP £144


*This post is in collaboration with Viners.

As always I love it when my readers can get a chance to try products that I have used. Viners have been very generous and they have agreed to send one simplyfood reader a set of Nala cutlery  RRP £144 so they too can have a beautiful dinner table at Christmas.

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366 comments:

  1. My table will be white, gold and green this year.

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  2. Silver, with some Dark Green.

    Rachel Craig

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  3. Traditional Red, gold and green

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  4. Not that imaginative, but the table will be red and white at Christmas - it's easy to get everything in these colours.

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  5. Gold and silver is the theme this year...

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  6. the very festive red and green design

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  7. red and gold, it always looks really Christmassy

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  8. This year we have decided to go with a multicoloured theme and make it the brighter the better.

    Kelly Glen
    glenka@hotmail.co.uk

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  9. I will be using a green and silver combination of colours this year

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  10. This would be amazing as all my cutlery probably came from Woolworths in the 1980s!

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  11. Our plates will be red and green - resembling holly

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  12. Fantastic prize decorating table in red this year

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  13. ill have red and silver this year

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  14. I'm using red & gold. There will be gold placemats and red candles with red linen napkins.

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  15. We haven't even thought about it yet! Based on what we already have, I'm thinking gold and silver may be the way to go...

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  16. I have a red tablecloth and gold napkins so tend to buy the cracker's etc in red and gold.

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  17. White and gold for our Christmas table this year

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  18. I haven't totally decided. Silver and maybe a pinky/ lilac as I have some fab new tree decs in that colour and if I could match table decs to that it would be great.

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  19. Im going for green and gold this year

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  20. I'm thinking of going Nordic with Red & White this year

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  21. Red theme with a Poinsettia plant in the middle and red festive mats

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  22. I'm using red and gold for my tableware this Christmas, with gold-coloured candles to set it off :)

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  23. I'm going for red and gold, traditional and beautiful

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  24. I'll be having dinner at my parents but my mum usually goes for a burgundy colour for the colour theme

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  25. christine shelley24 November 2017 at 10:07

    Red as I have all the red matching red and gold tableware and glasses

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  26. This year I am using a silver and blue theme

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  27. Teal and purple

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  28. Red and gold

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  29. I will be doing a red and gold theme this Christmas, very pretty for the festive season

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  30. I am using red and gold as I always do as can't afford to change it :o(

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  31. A posh cutlery set that matches and comes in a box.wow

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  32. We are sticking with our usual white and silver but if I won this set I would be happy to change it to gold, red and green x

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  33. Red & Gold as always with Green dinner service

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  34. I will be using a silver colour scheme this year accompanied by messy children

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  35. Your table colour theme this year is traditional red, greens, and gold, and it sure does look beautiful :) I love dinner parties and I'm finally moving out so hopefully I'll get the chance to throw one for all of my friends at my new place this Christmas!

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  36. My colour theme this year is Gold and cream

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  37. White, silver and green.

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  38. silver and purple this year x

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  39. I'm on my own so don't decorate anything for Xmas!

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  40. We usually use a red and white theme

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  41. I'll go for a white and silver colour scheme for my table this year - like a pretty winter wonderland!

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  42. Not as yet decided...TBC

    - Anthony G

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  43. Beautiful set would make food taste amazing

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  44. I’m going for red and rose gold my two favourite colours

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  45. Not decided yet! Possibly red.

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  46. My parents are in charge this year so I'm guessing red & green!

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  47. I will be having red and white, with just a little green on the napkins.

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  48. Red and gold as it makes the table bright and festive

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  49. Always red and green - it is Christmas!

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  50. I always love discussing the theme with my Mum who loves to decorate the table and living room for Christmas. She keeps a little book with all the years themes in and gets it out with the decorations to look at what we've done past years! I think she is looking at a white/pale blue theme this year. Ice forest in Narnia type thing!

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  51. I'm not in charge of such matters. But i'm guessing it will be the usual white, silver and gold.

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  52. We have green and red as our Christmas theme this year

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  53. Traditional Christmas linen c!other..lots of red and green ad white...Christmas scenes.. fabulous

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  54. Traditional Christmas linen c!other..lots of red and green ad white...Christmas scenes.. fabulous

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  55. This year I'm going with purple and silver

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  56. Red green and gold

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  57. its generally red and gold, and I add a few things each year

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  58. Be cool this yule.
    The fool not cool.
    As it is Winter...
    Ha Ha

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  59. Duck egg blue and orange

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  60. I have no idea, I haven't even decided what I'm cooking yet!

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  61. We're going for silver and blue this year :)

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  62. Red and silver will be on our table this year.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  63. We've not really decided yet, but we always like to keep it simple.

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  64. White and gold :)

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  65. silver and red is going to be our xmas theme this year id love this cuttlery

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  66. Red and gold - it will look amazing.

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  67. Red and gold this year for the table and garlands

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  68. We don't have a table! We have to eat on our laps, so we don't have table decor

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  69. Silver and Red

    KATHY D

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  70. This is so lovely! My theme is going to be red and silver :)

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  71. Dean T (@ribbons1978)24 November 2017 at 22:52

    Always go for red cloth, red crackers and gold decorations/napkins so red and gold

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  72. I don't do theme's for the Christmas Table - it's all about the food at out house!

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  73. Marylyn Hammersley24 November 2017 at 23:51

    A combination of gold and silver, very twinkly

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  74. We have decided to go girly, and have pink and silver

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  75. I'm going with red & turquoise this year

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  76. Red and gold, keeping it traditional. I've got some big chunky cream candles and I'll get some Holly from the garden (lots of berries atm)

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  77. This year I'm going for purple and silver

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  78. Probably red and gold, same as last year!

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  79. Red Gold and purple, very rich colours

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  80. traditional red, green and gold for us

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  81. Pale blue and silver - same as every year!

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  82. There has never been a plan were to busy eating

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  83. Silver, green and a splash of red.

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  84. Margaret Clarkson
    Red and Gold

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  85. The colour theme I'm using for the Christmas table decor this year is white, silver, green and red.

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  86. We don't have a theme and also we have Christmas at my parents every year

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  87. Red and silver

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  88. Silver and blue

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  89. We are pretty traditional and like red and gold.

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  90. Gold and red, very traditional but I don't think you can get more christmassy

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  91. Silver and red! I love glittery silver at Christmas as it reminds me of icy frosty Christmas! :)

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  92. Red and white with hints of copper :-D

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  93. Michelle Ferguson26 November 2017 at 13:37

    Mine is always red and gold

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  94. Red and silver with a splash of green.

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  95. These look just so stylish

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  96. This year I'm doing burgundy and bronze :)

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  97. a red and gold theme would look good

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  98. A copper/rose gold sort of palette this year!

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  99. Silver and grey with a bit of purple x

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  100. A very predictable red and white

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  101. White & Gold!

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  102. red and silver this year, will hopefully be stunning

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  103. Silver and white with rustic touches :)

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  104. Silver and purple because it is also my birthday xmas day and this year we are making it one to remember before i get to ill .thank you for the chance

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  105. I'm going for pale blue and white.

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  106. Red, gold & green - pretty much the same every year.

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  107. Silver, white & green - going for a Nordic theme!

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  108. Navy and silver - I use the same silver placemats every year, but I regularly buy a new tablecloth to ring the changes. I had dark green last year

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  109. Now this is the poshest cutlery that I have ever seen and I am living for it! The rose gold and silver is gorgeous x

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