Dinner Sets

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Dinnerware sets are available in different materials, styles, and the number of pieces. Some dinnerware sets work well for fancy dinner parties, and the others are more suitable for backyard BBQs and casual get-togethers. For formal dinnerware, a set made from bone china or porcelain is sure to look great while earthenware or melamine is best for casual dinnerware.

 A typical place setting includes a cup, bowl, salad plate, and the dinner plate, which means a 16-piece dinnerware set, provides settings for up to four people. Formal dinnerware sets may include extra pieces such as saucers, dessert plates, and the platters.

Bone China: Known for its thin, delicate-looking structure, bone china is actually one of the most durable types of the dinnerware. Its semi-translucent white appearance makes it an attractive style that complements any dining room.

Porcelain: More affordable than bone china, porcelain dinnerware is still very durable but has a slightly heavier construction. This dinnerware is break-resistant and can be conveniently washed in dishwashers and heated in microwaves. Porcelain, like bone china, works well as a formal dinnerware because of its refined style.

Stoneware: It makes for casual, chip-resistant dinnerware that comes in a variety of stylish options. It is slightly heavier and thicker than bone china and porcelain, but does not have the same level of strength, so the pieces will need extra care during washing or while reheating food.

Earthenware: It is one of the most affordable types of ceramic dinnerware. Because the construction is more porous than the other types of dinnerware, it is sealed and strengthened with a waterproof glaze before use.

Melamine: While melamine dinnerware mimics the look of ceramic dinnerware, it is made of an extremely durable resin. It will stand up to plenty of use and is impervious to shattering or chipping, making it a versatile option for any occasion.