With many dinnerware sets available that overwhelms a buyer, make sure to purchase only what you need. When you intend to serve only breakfast for example, you really don`t need a complete set of dinnerware. Buy large dinnerware if you frequently host birthday parties or other events. Simple and classical designs work great with most events. Keep in mind that you can use "period" dinnerware for serving breakfast, saving the larger dinnerware for bigger group occasions.
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.
Finally, keep price in mind. Dinnerware isn`t cheap, and while it is something you`ll use often, you should still be prudent when buying dinnerware. Keep your budget in mind, but don`t buy dinnerware you don`t like. You will most likely see it every day, so be certain you like it before buying it.
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