16 Piece Pure White High-Fire Porcelain Dinnerware Set, Floral Ridge
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- 16 Piece Set
- Service for 4
- Made of High Quality, High-fire Porcelain
- Made in China, FDA Certified Lead & Cadmium Free
- Dishwasher and Microwave Safe
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The set itself is a lovely basic white that is made distinctive by the delicate scalloped edging. The porcelain is not as heavy as stone ware but is not as light as 'bone' china or the more delicate variety of fine china. The white is not the blinding white of Corelle but has a faint bluish gray tint to it. I prefer that to beige undertones but is not a pure white - if you are particular about such things.
The set has been used for two days and has been through the dishwasher and microwave without any incidents. Microwaving liquid in the mug did not make the handle too hot to hold and I do like that the handle is big enough to fit two or three fingers in to hold the mug comfortably.
The plates stack nicely in the dishwasher and the soup bowls fit well without taking up too much room The bowls are deep with a slight slope to the rim.
I had wondered if the scalloped edge of the mugs would feel odd to drink from but the ridges are not at all noticeable.
If I have any concerns at all about the set it would be that there is no indication on the dishes, or on the box, of where these are manufactured. Amazon's page states that it is "Made in China, FDA Certified Lead & Cadmium Free" but there is nothing about any of that on the box or on the back of the dishes.
I would say that this is a good starter set for a young family or someone setting up a kitchen for the first time.
The dishes are not heavy and thick like stoneware (for example) but they don’t feel too light and cheap either. The plates are slightly curved upwards which is a good thing because that means that the main course, sauce and all will stay in the plates nicely. The dishes didn’t come to any harm in either the dishwasher or the microwave and so seem to be dishwasher and microwave safe as advertised.
The two slight niggles I have with the set are that the bowls are not quite as deep as I’m used to and what my husband calls the dog factor. We have three rambunctious pug puppies in the house and, since the cups are top-heavy and relatively light, it means they are much easier to knock off by a pug racing by than (say) are far sturdier mugs are. Which should not be an issue—unless you happen to have several kids of the two or four legged variety.
All in all, if you’re looking for a good dish set that’s elegant and can be used every day, this is definitely worth considering.
I recommend this set.
I picked out these lovely dishes to match a set of coffee mugs I previously received. The coffee mugs were sturdy, sleek, and a clean design so I decided to try the dishes. They are white with scalloped edges. The first thing I will say is that the set arrived all in one piece without any scratches, chips, or broken pieces. It is a set of 4 "dinner" plates, 4 side plates, 4 "bowls", and 4 coffee cups. The scalloping is actually a small scallop with lots of scallops on the edges, read: a tight pattern with lots of curves, not a loose scallop with only a few curves. In my opinion, a looser scallop with fewer curves looks a little more sleek and expensive and so right away I was a little disappointed in the appearance. That being said, the weight of the dish is good, it has a nice sturdy feel, it is not too heavy, and doesn't feel so light it is going to break in the dishwasher. Which raises another positive review--dishwasher and microwave safe. For those of you who are like me and like to reheat food or beverages on plates only to be surprised (EVERY time) when you burn your fingers on a hot dish you will appreciate these dishes. I put some tea in the mug to reheat and pulled it out without scalding my fingertips.
Now, the size of the dishes is a bit of an issue. I understand that fine china is made to present food in a dainty way and is intended for nice dinner parties where we all pretend that we dine elegantly and only take the smallest of portions. Well, if that is you in real life, these dishes are for you. If you are like me and tend to eat larger amounts, then you will be going back to the serving bowl a couple of times! The dinner plate is the size of a modern salad plate for actual surface area on which to put your food.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I love them. Great looking set. Very sturdy. My boyfriend is terribly rough when loading the dish washer or hand washing and we haven't experienced any chips or breakage.Published 17 months ago by Kelly Terry
This is nice looking china. It's thinner than many dinnerware sets, more reminiscent of fine china than of heavier clay sets. The dishes are very pretty, with fluted edges. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Marjie, Mother of 9
It was a present to my sister-in-law. She loved it and used it during the holidays.Published 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
It's ok. There is nothing 'wrong' with the set. I don't really like the scalloped edges on the plates and bowel, for both cleaning and aesthetics .... Read morePublished on June 4, 2014 by Jon
I love this simple yet elegant set. The edging is beautiful. I love having ladies over for lunch and setting it out. Read morePublished on May 22, 2014 by Tonya Speelman
This 16-piece dinnerware set comprises of the 4 of each: coffee mug, dinner plate, soup bowl, and smaller dessert plate. Read morePublished on March 20, 2014 by Ratmammy
This Francois et Mimi set is a welcome addition to my motley set of dishes that needed exactly this set to move back to shabby chic from just plain shabby. Read morePublished on March 19, 2014 by B. Caruso
The last set of plates I purchased was $100 for a 16 piece set. My original set was the Oneida Adriatic Blue set. Read morePublished on March 17, 2014 by J. E. Nelson