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  • Roasting Dishes, Medium, Cherry
  • Sarahs Garden Plate Green 18cm
  • Contento Dish 26x17cm, Purple
  • Inblue Plate, Blue
  • Glamour Deep Plate, Apple Green
  • Everyday

    Your everyday dishes are just that, what you use every day. What will be seen each morning and evening, and for that they need to be durable, able to take regular use, and be easily cleaned. But for all of this, they need to reflect YOU! Should you be using Fiesta, Danks, Pfaltzgraff, Corelle, or any other manufacturers dinnerware, the style and color of your dishes can bring any dull beige kitchen to life!

  • There are a good deal of options for dish material. This includes ceramic, stoneware, terracotta, ironstone, earthenware, vitrified glass, and melamine plastic. If you have kids in the home, melamine plastic are a must for both keeping the dishes safe from accidents and keeping the kids who may have accidents safe from broken shards when they do occur. Not quite so fragile or expsnive as most china, ironstone can be a good option to move on. It in fact was first created as a knock-off of fine china around 1813. While older collections can range in the thousands, it is still possible to find great deals on this material. Earthenware is both affordable and attractive in appearence. It is a ceramic material fired in a kiln similarly to china, and it is the glazing that makes it water tight, as the material itself is generally rather porous. If worried about your dishes being scratched, and would like the added bonus of a more opaque presentation, stoneware may be your cup of tea. These are just a few of the options in our selection that you have to choose from.

  • Sailor Red Plate, Large
  • Ursula Deep Dish, Yellow
  • Floreana Red Buffet Plate �32cm, Red