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Corelle Livingware 16 piece Dinnerware Set, service for 4

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Winter Frost White
  • 16-piece dinnerware set, service for 4
  • 4 each: 10-1/4-inch dinner plate; 6-3/4-inch bread-and-butter plate; 18-ounce bowl; 11-ounce mug
  • Constructed of multiple layers of thermally bonded vitrelle glass; strong, lightweight, and chip-resistant
  • Classic pure-white design layers beautifully with contrasting table linens and flatware
  • Product Built to North American Electrical Standards
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Corelle Livingware Winter Frost 16-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 4 + Corelle Livingware 12-1/4-Inch Serving Platter, Winter Frost White + Corelle Livingware Winter Frost White 3-Piece Serve Set
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Product Details

Color: Winter Frost White
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 5.6 x 10.6 inches ; 9 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0000DASUA
  • Item model number: 6022003
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (1,788 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,379 in Kitchen & Dining (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Dining)
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Product Description

Color: Winter Frost White

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Since Corelle is famous for producing dinnerware and bakeware that cannot be broken or chipped, it's hard to resist holding a plate without wanting to drop it on the tile floor to see what happens. While Corelle doesn't recommend home tests, this casual 16-piece dinnerware set is still fairly indestructible and is a real asset for busy families. Livingware is easy to maintain as it's dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe and is never off-limits for small children to use and handle because of its light weight and durability.

The set is comprised of four 10-1/4-inch dinner plates, four 6-3/4-inch bread-and-butter plates, four 18-ounce bowls, and four 11-ounce mugs. Plates and bowls are all made of Corelle's signature material, Vitrelle, which is created from three layers of glass that are compressed under extreme heat and laminated for strength. On the other hand, the mugs in this set are crafted of Corelle's stoneware, which is actually breakable and has a heavier feel than Vitrelle. For diners who recall Corelle patterns as being decorated with rather cutesy floral and fruit patterns, this simple, pure white pattern is sure to appeal to their modern preferences. Livingware plates and bowls sport a relaxed and rimless coupe shape and are all stackable for more efficient storage. Corelle warrants this dinnerware pattern against cracks, chips, breakage, and staining for a full year from the date of purchase. --Cristina Vaamonde

What's in the Box
4 dinnerware place settings. Each place setting consist of: 10-1/2-inch dinner plate, 6-3/4-inch bread-and-butter plate, 18-ounce bowl, 11-ounce mug. 16 pieces total.

Product Description

Corelle Livingware 16-Piece Set, Service for 4, includes 4-each 10-1/4-inch Dinner Plates, 6-3/4-inch Bread and Butter Plates, 18-ounce Soup/Cereal Bowls, 11-ounce Stoneware Mugs, Winter Frost


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Customer Reviews

I love how light weight but durable these are and they are SO easy to clean!
Jesse Allan Klein
Overall I'm very impressed with the quality and highly recommend them for anyone looking for durable and affordable dinnerware.
Jason Davis
Nevertheless, I still love my new dishes and would buy Corelle over and over again.
Julie

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

193 of 204 people found the following review helpful By L. Harris on February 9, 2007
Color Name: Winter Frost White
It says a lot about a product like this when it's been continuously available since 1970. I've owned Corelle for most of the past 30 years. I recently bought a 17-piece set from Wal-Mart (same as this + a 1-quart serving bowl) for about $24 to replace some Corelle pieces that didn't match my Winter Frost pieces and to have more place settings. The mugs are cheap stoneware made in Thailand, not Corelle. They don't quite match the Corelle and they're going to the Goodwill along with the mismatched plates and bowls, but it was still a good deal for the rest of the set.

I love Corelle. All Corelle looks as if it was stamped out of a sheet of white glass, which is a result of the way it's made. There are no "base rings" or loop handles (which is why there have never been any Corelle mugs). The design makes Corelle very easy to wash and dry. They're very thin, and they stack with virtually no extra space in between them so they use remarkably little cubbard space. A stack of ten dinner plates is only 2" high. Try that with those heavy stoneware plates that chip every time two of them bang together. They're microwave- and oven-safe (don't use on the stove or under the broiler). And they're still made in the US.

It's as if Corelle was invented for large families with lots of kids. It's durable, so the kids won't be breaking it very easily (although it will break on ceramic tile or the concrete if the kids drop it while playing outside ;-). Second, you can easily put 8, 12, or even 16 place settings in any cabinet. If you have kids, you know why that's a good thing. Every time kids eat anything they have to use a clean dish, and they snack a lot, so they go through clean dishes at a frightening pace.
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59 of 61 people found the following review helpful By JediTricks on October 28, 2011
Color Name: Classic Cafe Blue
Corelle is great stuff, it takes rough handling without chipping or breaking (Corelle is a laminated, tempered glass that resists all measures of damage):
- it's dishwasher and microwave-safe;
- it's lightweight without being too light;
- it stacks in a nice, small profile;
- and a set like Cafe Blue for 4 here costs around $25.
Honestly though, the reason to get it is because it's going to take a beating, a few drops, a lot of clinking into other pieces, and it's not going to look the worse for wear - the price is almost immaterial considering how well this set will hold up over time (I've had my set for years, and other Corelle pieces for decades, all in great shape from moderate use). I would think for families with kids who do the dishes, or for senior with shaky hands, Corelle sets like this would be ideal due to their toughness and lightness -- a few years ago, I got this set for my grandparents after they suffered a few dish-breaks during washing of their decades-old hodgepodge of fragile dishes, and while they were initially resistant to the notion of using this set they ended up using it exclusively.

I love this set's look - simple yet alive without being overstated. Corelle offers the Cafe pattern in red and black as well, I have 2 of the blue and 2 of the black lunch plates, but the blue ones are more pleasant over the black (the red seem like they're being a tad too bold). I have seen the occasional piece in stores with an off-center printing of the color bands, but I haven't had that problem in my set or the extra pieces I've bought.

This set includes 4 dinner plates, 4 bowls, and 4 bread & butter plates.
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47 of 48 people found the following review helpful By DK on July 6, 2005
Color Name: Geometrics
The description for the Corelle Geometric dinnerware is confusing but the set is so fab it deserves all 5 stars.

Each 16-pc boxed set contains 4 of each - 10.25 inch dinner plates, 6.75 inch bread/dessert plates, 18 oz. soup/cereal bowls, 11 oz. stoneware mugs. (Being practical and not wanting to slop liquid all over the place, it's more like 12 oz. for the bowls and 10 oz. for the mugs.)

The pattern is done in a mocha brown, warm beige and cool celadon (a pale sea-green...I had to look that one up in the dictionary) on a bright white ground. And, all the dinnerware pieces have the pattern though, for some reason, the bowls are printed with only the mocha color.

The stoneware mugs are a vast improvement over the tiny teacups in the older sets. They are big enough for that java in the morning or a great cup of cocoa at night. My hubby appreciates the bigger handles.

Get a set or two of these in your hands for a cool 50s retro look.
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67 of 74 people found the following review helpful By A.D. on May 6, 2007
Color Name: Memphis
If it was just the picture on the website, I might think it was just my computer screen. However, the box also shows a very bright blue mug and the colors in the plate too. When the box is opened, I found a lighter blue...not primary bright blue, more like a Williamsburg Blue. It is still pretty but not what I really wanted. The other colors are the same way...pictured as very bright but muted out of the box.

Another deceptive thing to note on the picture. It appears that the smaller plate is almost as big as the dinner plate. It is described as a salad plate...it is a bread and butter sized plate. I am not impressed with that. That being said the detailed description does state the correct dimensions of that plate. In a typical family-style dinner I really have no use for it. I would like a larger salad plate that is just the right size for the kids.

As others posted, I too wish the Memphis pattern would also be on the other complementary tableware. Lighter color issues aside I do like the pattern. I would only suggest that when one makes a purchase you realize the picture is only slightly deceptive.

I do like the Corelle name of products. With my kids learning how to set a table, I need something a little more durable. This will do nicely until they are old enough to be able to deal with china.
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