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.
For more than a century Noritake has been creating quality dinnerware. The distinct artistry and craftsmanship along with attention to detail with unfailing commitment to quality makes Noritake an international brand. There is some history attached to the company that in point of fact began works in the village of Noritake, a tiny suburb near Nagoya in Japan.
On the other hand, display your china dinnerware on the wall, but using display hangers. You can also use china dinnerware to create a lovely pattern of color in the areas above your kitchen cabinets or on the serving table in the formal dining area. Remember, no matter how you display your china dinnerware; be sure to use them at least once a year so you enjoy your dinnerware to their fullest potential!
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