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White Dinnerware is completely white and has no pattern or designs in any other color. It can be used for both casual and formal occasions and is characterized by its functionality and practicality. Based on how it is crafted, white dinnerware can be used for any occasion whether it is a simple get together with family and/or friends, or a full blown formal affair complete with all the trimmings. The choice is entirely up to you.
Some love the feeling of being like royalty and they serve their meals in some of the more formal dinnerware. One of the most formal is the Lenox brand which is bone china dinnerware. The Lenox Set is definitely the most respected name in dinnerware sets and has the reputation of royalty. Many of the Lenox pieces have real gold inlaid in the patterns to add even more elegance and delicacy to their appearance. Of course, you are going to have the feeling of being a king or a queen with these special pieces lying so perfectly on your dinner table.
On the economical end of the dinnerware sets are the Corelle dinnerware sets. They have the reputation of lasting much longer because they are break resistant, fade resistant, microwave safe, dishwasher safe, and oven safe. These still can break because they are still made from glass so keep this in mind. It is not recommended to use them on a stovetop or under a broiler or a flame. They also have the reputation of being lightweight and they can be stacked without the worry of chipping. Corelle also offer coordinating serving bowls, plates, casserole dishes and many more pieces just like the more expensive sets of bone china.
Nowadays modern dinnerware are easy to find. You can find them in the home section of your local department store, or even the supermarket. The internet is the place where you can buy almost everything, including dining ware. As for the price, like everything else, prices vary depending on the brands and retailers. However, it should not be difficult to get a 16-piece dinnerware set for less than $40.