Post # 1
I’ve been looking at different dinnerware settings for my registry. We know we don’t want fine china because it is expensive and we’ll probably break it and it’s just not worth it to us.
However, BBB has something called casual china. What is this? What’s the difference between this and fine china? It seems to be more in the price range of everyday dinnerware. A lot of the “casual china” are the Denby plates and the Noritake plates and some Lenox sets also and I’m just not sure what sets them apart from the everyday dinnerware.
Post # 3
@Cem0930: They are a bit fancier which is the difference. To be fair on fine china, it is usually VERY durable (especially bone china despite the name) and is very hard to damage.
Post # 4
@MsNarwhal: I guess I just don’t understand what the difference is between casual dinnerware and casual china seeing as they are similar prices (for the most part) and materials. Is it just that the designs on them are a bit fancier?
Post # 5
We have white IKEA everyday dinnerware as food always looks better on white.