How was china dishware named?

Answer China dishware carries the name of its birthplace in spite of European infatuation with this long-secret art form, beginning in the 1300s and continuing long after the development of European "chin... Read More »

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Why is dinnerware named china?

From newlyweds to the nouveau riche, American homes often have at least one table setting of what is commonly known as fine china--dishes made out of porcelain, a type of earthenware. China dinnerw... Read More »

How to Spot Fine Dishware?

If cared for properly, a fine dishware set can serve multiple generations of a family, whether used at the table or on display in a collector's case. Estate sales, Internet auctions and thrift shop... Read More »

Is melamine dishware safe?

On One Hand: Contamination ControversyIn 2008, the FDA announced that a variety of food products contaminated with melamine had been imported to the United States from China and were being recalled... Read More »

How to Find Wedgwood Dishware Pattern?

Wedgwood is a British pottery firm that was founded in the mid-18th century by Josiah Wedgwood. Wedgwood has produced hundreds of patterns of dishware and pottery over the years, but fortunately fo... Read More »