20pc Stoneware Dinnerware set - Service for 4 - Festive Garden Pattern
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|Due to handcrafted nature of this stoneware, subtle color and design variations may occur, adding to its unique qualities.|
20pc Stoneware dinnerware set includes:4 dinner plates 10.75" d
4 salad/dessert plates 7.6" d
4 soup/cereal bowls 6.5"w x 2.5"h
4 cups 2 1/2"h x 7.9 oz
|20pc Stoneware Dinnerware set - Service for 4 - Festive Garden Pattern|
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This polish stoneware dinnerware set offers
place settings for four diners. Made of high quality stoneware, the pieces are
heavier than standard tableware and extremely durable. Very heavy duty stoneware - ideal for entertaining and casual dining.
Stoneware pottery - Festive Garden pattern (DU2).
Oven, microwave, dishwasher, freezer safe.
Resists chips and breakage.
Lead and cadmium free paints and glazes.
Individually handmade and hand painted.
Made by Zaklady Boleslawiec, Poland.
Read about the origins and care of the famous Polish pottery.
About Polish Pottery Stoneware:|
The original Polish Pottery has been produced in Boleslawiec since 1830.
Polish pottery line is classified as high-density stoneware, a very hard
product, resistant to chips and breakage. The dishes are completely safe for use
with food - they contain no harmful substances.
Our pottery comes from Zaklady
Ceramiczne Boleslawiec, famous for its stoneware tableware, hand-formed and
hand-decorated using the unique punch technique. Most traditional decorations
are inspired by the colors of the peacock feather. The artisans coat all the
colored patterns with a transparent, protective glaze in order to prevent wear
and food from sticking.
Caring for Polish Pottery Stoneware:Polish stoneware may be used with confidence in your oven, microwave,
freezer and dishwasher. The non-porous protective glaze finish provides improved
grip and easy cleaning - no need to soak.
Please try to avoid dropping this stoneware. While our dishes are incredibly
tough, all clay products are breakable.
For best results avoid sharp temperature swings: cold to hot or vice versa.
Always allow stoneware to cool to room temperature prior to adding liquid or
cleaning. Do not use pottery dishes under broiler or on direct heat source.
Stoneware can become really hot in the oven. Always use some kind of pad when
dealing with hot stoneware.
With a little care, these casual stoneware dinnerware sets will be your most
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