Entertain like royalty, literally!


Every one of us owns a piece of Corelle, right? While Corelle is good for daily use, what dinnerware do you set out when entertaining guests at home? Ever wondered what the President of the US eats in? Having the right dinner and flatware makes a clear expression to the world about your sense of style. Bone china and porcelain are hands down the best options for fine dinnerware. Here’s what the rich and famous use to entertain.

1. Royal Copenhagen- Flora Danica

Most expensive dinnerware in the world used by Danish royalty. Founded by Queen Juliane Marie of Denmark, this finest porcelain dinnerware is handpainted in the purest blue colour, the ultramarine.


2. Pickard China

Don’t be fooled by the name. This is one of the brands made whole and sole in U.S. OF A. It ranks among the finest china made anywhere in the world. It is the official dinnerware at the White House and American embassies throughout the world. All patterns are decorated with 24k gold and platinum.  The King of Saudi Arabia and the Queen of England are a few who have chosen Pickard for their finest dining, in addition to multiple upscale hotels. The dinner plates start at $70 per plate and can be monogrammed.



3. Prouna USA

A line of luxury fine bone china, proudly made in USA. Their specialty is tableware embellished with Swarovski crystals. The dinner plates start at $69 each.



4. Waterford

Known for its crystal drinkware, this brand has multiple designers producing elegant dinnerware with dinner plates starting at $33 each. The brand itself is part of multiple other brands manufactured and distributed by WWRD company that supplies dinnerware to the royal families in UK.



5. Aynsley China

UK based fine bone china tableware and tea ware with luxurious decoration and hand gilding in gold and platinum. Aynsley tableware are handmade from casting to decorating.



6. Villeroy & Boch

An European premium brand based in Germany manufacturing tableware, bathware and home accessories. Very popular in Mumbai and Hyderabad for fine dinnerware.



So what are you serving in this Christmas?


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