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Things to keep in mind while buying Dinnerware

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It was decades ago when dinnerware was nothing more than a bunch of stainless steel utensils neatly stocked in the kitchen cabinets. Today, the serving plates you showcase on the table say much more about your status and taste than the food served in it. What milk mugs you use depict how updated you are with the Crockery fashion.

Vibrant, colorful plates and bowls are meant for a casual rendezvous with your buddies, while a classy, white fine china dinnerware is taken out of the glass closet to impress your boss.

With such shenanigans, it is essential for you to shop your tableware right. So here are the 4 things to keep in mind while buying dinnerware.


1. Budget

There is no end to splurging on the crockery industry. From unbelievably affordable to incredibly opulent tableware, you can buy anything that suits your pocket. However, always keep in mind that high-quality dinnerware comes for a good price, and is ultimately a lasting investment.


 2. Purpose of purchase

What aura you wish to create in your dining area determines your choice of tableware. From formal parties to casual coffee klatches, weekend picnics to Sunday barbecue, every occasion demands varied crockery. Most importantly, if the tableware is likely to fall into the hands of children, you’d prefer a more durable and light-weighted dinnerware.


3. Material

From earthen wares to fine bone china, the material used in making pottery plays a potent role in determining the purpose of their use. For instance, glass, melamine, stoneware, etc., are casual in character while bone china and porcelain are meant for more orderly events.


4. Replaceability

When purchasing crockery, consider how easily it can be replaced. Items sold on clearance are usually hard to be replaced because of discontinuation. Well established brands like Clay Craft are in for the long haul and often produce new pieces in sync with the old designs.

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