Serve Elegantly in Lenox Dinnerware

The food looks even more delicious if it is served in an elegant and beautiful dining set. If you are hosting a dinner or a party, you should have the right dinnerwear to impress your guests.

If you want some choices for the right set and want something stylish and classy, here are some of the best Lenox Dinnerwear sets for you.

Lenox Temple Blossom

Lenox Temple Blossom Dinner Plate

Lenox came out with its Temple Blossom pattern in 1978 and stopped its production in 1991. The intricate pattern has a gold verge and cream background, without any trim. It is ribbed and has multicolor flower patterns at various points.

The dinnerwear set is perfect for special occasions and will add a royal feeling. Your guests and customers will surely love it and compliment you for your choice. The flowers in this dinner palate add a royal and classy touch to the dinner table.

Lenox Terrace Rose

Lenox Terrace Rose Dinner Plate

Lenox manufactured this pattern from 1992 to 1995, for four years. It has a blue band on the edge that also features intricate golden details. The floral patterns include stunning pink roses and vines around the border.

The pattern has a base in white color that makes it easy to mix and match with any of your kitchen wear. You can either keep the pattern for yourself or gift it to your friends or family. It will surely brighten up the dinner table and earn the affection of everyone.

Lenox Tudor

Lenox Tudor Dinner Plate

The Lenox brand is in business since 1889. It released the pattern, Tudor, in 1966 and stopped its production in 1991. The pattern features a pretty golden band around the border. There is a complex gold and blue geometric pattern that adds a classy touch to it.

Everyone is sure to compliment you for your great choice and feel honored by eating food in it.

Visit our website, Classic Replacements, for more options. The possibilities are endless!

 

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