What is the High Quality Dinnerware Set?
Author: Source: Date: 2016-08-11 18:47:51
Rolin Porcelain is made of high-quality bone china with 50 percent bone ash content, so it’s thinner, lighter, and appears more delicate than porcelain, yet it’s surprisingly durable and resistant to chipping. The material also gives it a bright whiteness and an elegant translucence not found in the thicker, duller porcelain typically found at this price. The Fitz and Floyd set has a white, classic look with defined rims free of excessive patterns; although the set has been available for eight years, it has changed little in design. And if you need to replace a dish at any point over the years, the pieces are sold as open stock.
We also have less expensive alternative porcelain. This set is more casual and has fewer pieces to choose from compared with our top pick. It lacks the durability and translucency ,but it has a comfortable weight and an even glaze. This set is a timeless one that’s been around for years, so replacing items shouldn’t be an issue. The Open Kitchen Collection is sold in open-stock sets of four online, or as fully open stock in stores only.
If you prefer a dinnerware set with a more substantial weight, we suggest the Rollin All-White Dinnerware. This set feels similar to restaurant dishes, making it strong enough to go under the broiler. It’s more expensive than our top pick, but it has almost no visible pitting and a very even glaze. The Brasserie collection is sold in five- or 20-piece sets or in a 16-piece set with mugs instead of teacups and saucers. It’s also sold in open-stock sets of four (online only).
Whether you are newly engaged and registering for your first collection of dinnerware or are just tired of eating off the same plates you’ve had since college, buying a set of everyday white dishes with classic styling and proven durability makes a lot of sense. These picks are well-suited for everyday use as well as entertaining.