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16 Ceramic Dinnerware Sets That Look Way More Expensive than They Are
Whenever I have a spare moment on the weekend, I like to pop inside a nearby Anthropologie store and peruse its kitchen section. I dream about owning all the stunning mugs, glasses and plates that line the store shelves, and for a moment, I even let myself believe I can—that is, until I see the cost. Then, reality sets in.
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No plate—no matter how beautiful—is worth , or , or . At least, not to me—and not at this moment in my life. But I have such a hard time resisting ceramic dinnerware with all its rich colors, artful glazes and hearty weight. I’d pick a heavy ceramic over a flimsy plastic any day; I just wouldn’t pick its price tag.
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Thankfully, a few stores have come to my rescue, offering the best of both worlds: the quality of ceramic dinnerware and the affordability of plastic pieces. Stores like World Market, Etsy, Urban Outfitters and even West Elm currently offer ceramic dinnerware sets at killer price points—plates for as little as and 12-piece sets for as little as . (Do the math—that’s .50 per piece.)
These brands are making it easier than ever to find ceramic plates, bowls and mugs that look like artisan treasures and flea market finds. And we’ve highlighted some of our favorites below.
I mean, can you stop staring at it? I can't.
Reactive glaze serveware, -49 at
Millennial pink plates are just the thing your kitchen needs, don't you think?
Blush spinwash dinnerware collection, -28 at
Subtly brushed with color.
Terranea 12-piece dining set, at
The sleekest way to serve up a meal.
Black Zen dinnerware collection, -40 at
For the minimalist who still appreciates a little color.
Rockaway 12-piece dining set, at
Ivory Element stoneware collection, -40 at
Doesn't this look like you found it at a flea market?
Green Zen dinnerware collection, -40 at
For the shopper who wants their dinnerware to come with a little history.
Vintage coral plates, at
Just wait until you see these dishes from the side.
16-Piece speckle stoneware dinnerware set, at
Perfect for a tea party—but so cute you'll want to use them for everything.
Lucia reactive glaze dinnerware collection, at
If you look closely, you'll notice the intricate, ridged trim.
Terranea 12-piece dining set, at
Dinner plate, at
Straight from the 1950s.
Vintage Harkerware pink shell dinner plate, at
A dab of reactive glaze goes a long way.
Blue and white reactive glaze dinnerware collection, -32 at
The highlight of this collection? The circular handle on the mug.
Indigo organic reactive dinnerware, -20 at
Available in shades of gray and pink.
Russel Wright American modern plate, at
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