Affordable White Dinner Dishes and Plates
Whether you're just starting out on your own or have an established home, a set of white dinner plates will always come in handy. A table set with white dinnerware can easily be dressed up with linens and flowers that reflect the colors of the season or the occasion.
White dinner plates don't necessarily need to be drab. When shopping for them, take note of the materials they are made with. Shinier materials, such as glass, china or porcelain, will serve well at fancy occasions or for everyday meals, while more textured dishes, such as earthenware, are for more casual occasions.
Bormioli Rocco Parma White Dinner Plates, Set of 6
Bormioli Rocco's new line, Parma, is made of opal glass. Opal glass gives a very distinct white color, is less porous than other types of glass, more durable and is resistant to temperature variations. These plates are lightweight and stack very nicely and compactly and will blend into your table settings just enough to show off your food at its best.
Soup plates and chargers are also available. All dishes sold in sets of 6. While the manufacturer claims these dishes are made in Italy, the dishes come with stamps on them marked "Made in Spain".
Square Dial 16-pc. Dinnerware Set
Crafted in elegant white porcelain, these square dishes will add distinction to your table. The set is microwave, oven and dishwasher safe. These dinner plates are extremely durable and are made to last. If one can say anything bad about them, they are heavier than some other dishes, so seniors may have some trouble with them.
The set comes with 4 each of dinner plates, salad plates, soup bowls and mugs. The dinner plates are also sold individually in sets of 4.
Mikasa Antique White 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
The Mikasa name has always been associated with quality, and this is no exception. These colonial-shaped dishes will dress up your table for special occaions. And although they are made from fine china, they are chip-resistant and will hold up well in your microwave or dishwasher.
You will also love the perfect size -- mugs that will hold a solid cup of coffee and bowls deep enough to hold cereal and milk. Mikasa has also made many accessory pieces as well such as a pasta set, serving dishes, etc.
The set comes with 4 each of dinner plates, salad plates, cereal bowls and mugs. The dinner plates are also sold individually in sets of 4.
Fiesta 20-Piece Dinnerware Set
If art deco is your thing, then this is the set for you. Fiesta has been around for quite some time equipping everything from small restaurants to dorm rooms. All of its dishes are made from restaurant grade vitrified ceramic dinnerware, and green technologies were used in their production. The dishes are microwave, oven and dishwasher safe and are chip resistant.
This set stands well on its own, or you can purchase some of the many accessories for it or perhaps pair it with one of the other colors made by Fiesta. The set includes 5 each of dinner plates, salad plates, mugs and medium bowls. Dinner plates can also be purchased separately.
Nautica Arctic White 16-Piece Dinnerware Set
The Nautica brand is known for using the highest quality stoneware and incorporating modern and classic design elements into all of its dishes.This set's white-on-white subtle geometric design will have your guests thinking you spend hundreds of dollars on this set. All of the pieces are dishwasher, microwave and freezer safe as well as chip-resistant.
This 16-piece set includes 4 each of dinner plates, salad plates, bowls and mugs. The dinner plates are also sold separately in groups of 4. Many accessories are available for purchase as well.
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