People often like to have a restaurant like dinnerware collection for their home on special occasions. Well, you can achieve the same restaurant ambiance with the best-printed dinnerware collection.
Here are some of the best dinnerware patterns to create a restaurant like atmosphere!
Agincourt Green is one of the gorgeous patterns that was launched by a British company named Wedgewood. The dinnerware pattern was introduced in 1971 and had a great run in the productions as it served for 16 years before getting discontinued in 1987.
It features a beautiful structure of blue and yellow flowers at the center of the salad plate. The circular engraving leafy flowers at the corner of the salad plate look stunning with platinum rim.
Florentine Gold is an ancient dinnerware pattern that features a white background with a thick band of medieval griffins in different colors. It was introduced in 1961 and served in production for twenty-five years before getting discontinued in 1986.
The royal vibe of the dinner plate works wonder in giving a tempting look to the food served on the dinner plate.
Wedgewood Persia is an ancient dinnerware pattern that features a white background with a thick yellow band of historic engraftment of animals and flowers. It was introduced in 1997 and remained active in the productions for eight years before getting discontinued in 2005.
The subtle beauty of the dinner plate will enhance the exquisiteness of the food served on the table. It’s an excellent choice to amaze your guests on any special occasion.
The dinnerware collections from Wedgewood are a great option to decorate your dinner table.
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