Top Class Dinnerware for your Gathering Place

Fancy china is a great option for special occasions and friends gatherings. If you are looking for classic dinnerware for evening party or everyday use, then Lenox Dinnerware is for you. Spice up things on the dining table with a new and amazing set of dinner plates, cup & saucer, salad plates and more.

5 Piece Set Of Lenox Autumn

A Royal set of durable yet elegant “day-to-day” dishware like Lenox Autumn will make every meal feel special and tasty. Lenox Autumn is a favorite china dinnerware since 1966. Made from ivory fine china, this dinnerware feature intricate borders of flowers, leaves, and fruit. It doubles the taste of a meal when serving guests in these plates.

5 Pc Set Lenox Brookdale

If sophisticated and straightforward is your taste, then Lenox Brookdale is a great option for you. White shiny base and elegant black pattern on border look just amazing. Addition of this vintage dinnerware pattern will update your kitchen in a classy way. Also, this will amaze your guests with your taste and style statement. And, the best part is that you can mix and match these plates, bowls and more easily with any other dinner set present at your home.

5 Pc Set Lenox Castle Garden

Oh! There is another best option for you which are Lenox Castle Garden. This is such a beautiful dinner set. The off white base with golden flowers make this dinner set just perfect for everyday use. Showcase your designing taste and royal feel to guests on get together.

About Lenox

Walter Scott Lenox founded the Lenox in 1889. The company has been working under the same name from last many years. Lenox started a small art studio that made unique pieces, and after gaining popularity, it branched out into making patterns in 1917. Today, Lenox is among the world’s oldest and most respected company in dinnerware and giftware.

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