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 some Moroccan vibe to your cupboard. This set of 4 plates can serve dessert, buffet or salad. Use on top of our white sculptured dinner plates to create the perfect tablescape.
Pearl gray is the new black AND the new white — especially at the table. So grace your space with this delicately bordered plate, designed for salad and other small bites.
Dinner is served. Set the perfect table with these beautiful hand-painted plates. They’re made by hand in Italy, so you’ll notice slight variations in color and size. Each is decorated with a vine motif and fleur-de-lis in saturated hues of green, blue and orange.
The flowing motion of swirled glass comes vividly to life in the curves of this contemporary, citrus shaded bowl. Like an oversized abstract flower, this piece beautifies any space.
Frame your food in the gilding it deserves with this charming charger plate. Handmade of Turkish glass, this plate will wow your guests and add texture to your dining experience.
Bold brushstrokes dance across a field of buff-colored earthenware in this stunning serving piece by New York artist Gail Garcia. Each bowl is hand-painted and one of a kind, with a matte exterior and gloss interior. It will be beautiful filled with salad, pasta or soup, or just displayed on its...
Serve up salads, appetizers and desserts with Fun Factory Royal Blue Salad Plates. Combining classic round shape with solid color, these durable ceramic side plates were created for everyday meals and special occasions.
Inspired by Truman Capote's legendary joie de vivre with the toast of the town, this bold salad plate helps set the stage--and the table--for a sophisticated statement.
You’ll be serving in style with this large round platter. Made of melamine, it’s lightweight and easy care, and features a bold, lively pattern — definitely not your grandmother’s floral.
You don't have to bust out the fine china to eat like a royal. Pay homage to the queen with a set of playful melamine dessert plates. The colorful palette brings personality and style to your table. It's just waiting for a slice of your favorite sweet treat.
Three is a magic number, and this trio of warm brass bowls certainly have their own elegant charisma. Whether used separately or as a group, the utility and sophistication they present will be a welcome addition to any modern space.
Endless waves of beauty coil around this charger plate, adding a gilded texture to even the simplest meal. The edging alone is unique enough to make a memorable moment out of every bite taken from this plate.
Named for iconic cover girl Lauren Hutton, the Hutton Collection aims to convey the same classic, enduring archetype of American beauty. The diamond-patterned bowl brings that bright spirit to the main course.
Nothing beats the elegance of setting a table with chargers under each plate. It adds an extra layer of texture and interest to the setting. You can't go wrong with this handmade ceramic charger that is easy enough to clean in the dishwasher.
Delight your crew at every meal with this 16-piece set (full service for four). The square plates, branch design and shiny glaze have a slightly Asian feel that will add warmth and charm to your table.
Mangia, mangia! This pizza plate set makes you love pizza even more. Designed by Italian comic-strip artist and illustrator Massimo Giacon, the two porcelain plates feature a playful character that brings fun to mealtime.
In 2010 Menu and Norm Architects joined forces with restaurant Höst in Copenhagen to create something magical. A dinnerware line expressing everything we categorize as “Nordic”. Materials, dishes, glasses, moods and colors. Everything just fits together to create a complex and inspiring feeling of...
Dots, chevrons and other geometric shapes enliven this dinnerware set while the white-on-white pattern keeps the emphasis firmly on the food. It doesn't take much to draw most guests toward a meal, but the hits of gray and a surprising accent of gold here would certainly do the trick.
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.
The color red is associated with passion, fire and beauty. Honor your salad or dessert with a scalloped, terra-cotta Italian-made plate. These plates make terrific everyday servings or fun to break out for big events. Bake a cake and invite the neighborhood over!
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.
Give your meal a festive flair with these striped ceramic dinner plates. The preppy colors are a cheerful departure from plain white dinnerware and will surely enhance your table. And when the meal is done, simply place these in the dishwasher for easy cleanup.
Play Mary Queen of Scots any night of the week at your very own dinner table with this subtly royal charger plate. The beaded rim, which you can color coordinate with your tablecloth, adds an elegant touch to any setting.
Don’t adjust your set. This playful tabletop set incorporates an intriguing series of design elements that may instill the illusion that things are sitting a tad off-center. Yet in all actuality, each well-balanced piece is simply outstanding.
This hand-painted earthenware serving dish is like a work of art for your tabletop. New York artist Gail Garcia embellishes the surface with bold, abstract brushstrokes, instilling a dynamic sense of power that will earn raves whether it’s filled with food or displayed on a shelf.
It was up to Elsa Maxwell who became a who's who on the party scene of the 1920s through the 1950s--she told Mike Wallace in 1957 that if she hadn't met you, you hadn't arrived, and many would say she was exactly right. The personification of the social butterfly made her name with audacity,...
From the Firenze Collection - set against a swirling backdrop of warm cappuccino tones, your greenest greens and freshest delicacies radiate their natural beauty from our stunning salad plate. Our neutral palette blends seamlessly with our other collections and patterns.Unique Green Marbelization....
Serve your fresh loaf of bread, mini rolls or perhaps some bread sticks in this impressive rectangular bread tray. Just place it as your table centerpiece and get ready for some compliments. To complete your decorated table, match this with our other Dublin crystal serveware pieces. Dimensions:...
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