What you choose to eat your meals on, is an investment that will impact you everyday. It may be a daunting challenge, but with a little research and careful contemplation, your dinnerware can be an attractive and effective addition to your kitchen and dining room. With luck, your dinnerware set will make it through kitchen renovations, moves, or other major home renovations and changes. Use this guide to help you determine what you need and want out of your dinnerware. More
Add old world charm to any room or table with this Scavo charger. The distressed finish gives the look of an age-old vessel from generations passed. Italian ceramic. Handmade in Italy. Not food safe. As with all handmade items, slight differences in color or size are to be expected. These...
At first glance, the Scallop Mug is a plain teacup in a classic shape and a solid ceramic glaze � but a second look reveals the subtle small scallops that circle the cup's foot, even shapes framed against a surface. An ideal replacement piece to sit on orphaned heirloom saucers, this timeless tea...
Add a pop of color to your table with this festive porcelain dinnerware. Each piece is treated to a matte chocolate glaze on the exterior and a lustrous colored glaze on the interior. The set includes a red dinner plate, yellow salad plate, green soup plate and blue mug. All pieces are dishwasher...
Breezy brush-stroked circles make this plate perfect for spicing up your casual dining. Made of highest quality melamine, it’s lightweight and easy care, so it's ideal for everyday use.
5 PC Dinnerware Storage Set, Dinnerware Storage Case. Includes 7" saucer plate case, 8.5" desert plate case, 10" salad plate case, 12" dinner plate case, cup chest. 4.5 in. x 12 in. x 14 in.
Drawing heavily upon the traditions of Art Nouveau and Victorian Naturalists, this beautifully cast metal tray celebrates the pure organic elegance. Functional as a jewelry holder, catch all table centerpiece, this tray serves serious style to rustic and contemporary rooms.
Give the soaring feeling of a wave crest every time you serve on this 16-piece white dinner set. The square plates provide a palette for laying out your cuisine, while the bowls and mugs curve around the food cozily.
The Revival Collection is a nod to British decorative educational plates that were gifted to children as rewards of merit in the late nineteenth century. This version was designed for the entire family and are sturdy enough for every meal - the design is hand-applied under the glaze for added...
Take a break from convention with this handsome set of four soup or cereal bowls. Made of porcelain that’s been treated with a ceramic glaze, each bowl is matte chocolate on the outside and glossy red on the inside, bringing a welcome pop of color to the table.
This listing is for a set of THREE dishes. The smallest dish measures approx. 1" tall, 4" long, 3.5" wide. The middle size dish measures approx. 1/2" tall, 5" in diameter. The largest dish measures approx. 3/4" tall, 6" in diameter.
POSATA Collection. A Deruta of Italy clever dinnerware design by retailer, author and trendsetter Peri Wolfman.
Give each setting at your table a classy upgrade with these round, stainless steel placemats. These mirror polished, modern placemats will really let your style shine.
White dinnerware is a sensible go-to — it puts the focus on your food and seamlessly suits your decor. But basic needn’t mean blah, as this 16-piece set (full service for four) proves with its stylish squared corners and beaded rims.
That would be a size 7½ … bowl size, not shoe size. In fact, being 7½-inches wide, this adorable bowl gives you a shape and size that’s a perfect fit for your morning yogurt, cereal, snacks, desserts, soups and salads.
Hand-painted around the rim in a classic Italian design style, these ceramic salad plates evoke images of big traditional family dinners that linger into the evening. The stonewashed blue on white is subtle and classy, but the hand-painting lends a folk charm that would make these plates right at...
ORVIETO Collection: This is a very old and traditional pattern that originated during the Renaissance in the hill-top town of Orvieto - Italy.
Industrious socialite Sibyl Colefax, who powered through Black Tuesday and a World War to build her legendary interior design business, might be pleased to see the refined lines of her namesake collection.
Keep it classic at your table with this 13-piece bone china tableware set. Designed by Guido Venturini, the simple flowing shapes make your everyday meals a pleasure.
The very successful Blue Lace pattern has been interpreted once again for 5 piece place settings in Green Apple and Cornflower Blue and Green. Like Blue Lace these colorways can be mixed and matched with more decorative patterns. The delicate teardrop
You’ll give new meaning to the term “square meals” when you serve on this colorful dinnerware. The 16-piece set features a picture frame effect that's sure to bring smiles around the table.
The Finezza Cream plate adorns an intricate lace design on its border. Perfect charger under Merletto and Splendore or used as a serving piece. Italian ceramic, Handmade in Italy. As with all handmade items, slight differences in color or size are to be expected. These differences highlight the...
Porcelain dinnerware is treated to a lustrous ceramic glaze for a look that really pops. The tangy mint color is great by itself, or mix with other patterns and hues for a casual, collected feel.
Wouldn’t your morning cereal taste better in a hand-crafted dish? Sold in sets of four, these footed ceramic bowls are individually glazed and adorned with a band of cascading fronds. They’re safe for use in the oven or microwave, and clean up easily in the dishwasher.
Bring elegant simplicity to your table and you'll make everyday meals more special. This bone china bowl, sold in a set of four, has a soft classic shape to make anything you put inside comfort food.
Invite this bowl to your next party and you’ll serve with incomparable style. With its braided rim and pedestal base, it has such a stately look, and since it’s made of stainless steel, it helps maintain the temperature of whatever you put in it.
Dish up dinner in style with these creamy plates. Baked earth, or terra-cotta, is a high quality Italian ceramic that has long been renown for its beautiful reddish color and durability. Each plate is made in Lucca, Italy by La Gabbianella, a family owned and operated business.
Bold and cheerful, we think these scream "good morning!" The motifs are based on authentic examples from the 1930s, and they really shine when all mixed together. To that end, these bowls come in an assorted set of 8 complementary designs. Vintage deco au lait bowls are microwave and dishwasher...
What better choice on which to serve your best dessert than this delightful, Italian-made dessert plate? Doubling as a salad plate, it's part of the Burano collection. This blue and white handmade plate features a lacy pattern that evokes the rays of the sun. Available individually or in a set of...
We're bringing Chevron to the dinner table. We paired our favorite pattern with a classic gray to create plates that you'll love finding an excuse to use.
The Clean Plate Club will love this: This breakfast board actually offers your food on a sleek flat surface that washes up with ease and stacks conveniently. While you can use it as a serving showcase for small bites and desserts, it’s also the perfect lap top surface for snacking on the sofa and...
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