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Stoneware is a hard ceramic material made from 25% ball clay, 15% china clay, 35% flint and 15% china stone that is fired to a high temperature (about 2185 degrees Fahrenheit) giving it a dark, rich textured look of hand made pottery. It can be glazed in a wide variety of colors and finishes (matte, satin and shiny) for diverse designs or left undecorated, but dinnerware pieces should be glazed to keep them water and chip resistant. If you are looking for a bullet-proof dinnerware material that can handle any family, then this is as close as you will get.
Dansk dinnerware does offer exceptional choices. With the number of excellent series like caribe and rondure to choose from Dansk remains a favored name in families and homes. The type of material you go for would depend on your use and the look that you want to achieve. Party throwers wanting to display their culinary skills to perfection might opt for bone china. But, by and large for everyday use glass and earthenware remain popular choices.
This way, your eyes will focus on your food rather than on the plate. The modern design will certainly add a contemporary touch to your dining table and your kitchen. It works really well especially if your house has a minimalistic theme. Minimalism emphasizes the use of simple, clean lines and angles, so a modern dinnerware set will definitely complement this theme.
When you are on a dinnerware browsing spree, remember Noritake would reflect your good taste and sensibilities. Fine china comes in distinct style and design and Noritake`s iconic craftsmanship stands out in a class of its own. Attention to detailing and the simplicity of the designs catch instant attention. Add to this a complement of accessories like holiday-inspired porcelain, crystals and condiment containers. This brand of china is good for both casual dining and fine formal dining.