After all, Depression glass and old-school Pyrex will never go out of style. There's a reason why vintage and antique dinnerware never goes out of style. It was made well, so it has a durability that stands the test of time, and there's an aesthetic quality to these old-school pieces that somehow works well with more contemporary household goods. The best part, though, are the memories these types of dinnerware conjure up; they almost always have a certain level nostalgia connected to them, says Reyne Hirsch , a fine art and antiques expert.
Breathtaking French Haviland and Bernardaud Limoges dinnerware. Boldly modern or steeped in tradition, striking white or decorative color. Bernardaud has been creating fine china in France since Centered in Limoges, known for kaolin, the white clay that is the secret of the finest porcelain.
Oh, Christmas tree! And St. Nick and holly and poinsettias No matter your favorite holiday motif, you'll find myriad options available on beloved Christmas china patterns. Many ceramics companies created special salad and dinner plates to mix in with their fine china patterns and everyday sets.