Let the Table Center Stage with the Best Dinnerware

The food tastes even better when it is served in a worthy and elegant dinnerware set. Whether it is a family gathering or a party, you always try to use the best sets to make your table look more ravishing and catchy.

Here is a collection of world-famous dinnerware patterns for you.

Minton Henley

Minton Henley Bread & Butter Plate

Minton came with its Henley pattern in the year 1970. This pattern remained in production for almost fourteen years till 1983. The pattern displays some beautiful floral prints in green and blue color. There is a decal present at the center and geometric shapes in between the bands.

It’s simple design makes it easy to match with other dinner sets. It is perfect to use when you are organizing a house party or gathering. All the guests will be impressed by your collection.

Minton St. James

Minton St. James Dinner Plate

Minton introduced the St. James pattern in the market in year 1971. It remained functional till 1998 after remaining active for twenty eight years. It features a cobalt rim that has a ring of golden ovals. The golden trim on the pattern gives this simple design at elegant look.

Add it in your collection or gift it to your near and dear ones. Either way, it is sure to amaze everyone.

Mottahedeh Strawberry Vine

Mottahedeh Strawberry Vine Dinner Plate


In 1986, Mottahedeh released their Strawberry Vine pattern and stopped making it in 1990. This unique pattern with a porcelain gold trim features gold vines, green leaves and red strawberries.

This elegant pattern is sure to add spark and attention to any dinner table. It is also a perfect gift material for your friends and family.

All these elegant patterns are sure to decorate your dining table in an impressive style.

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