Post # 1
FI and I were debating between 2 different china sets. One is porcelain and the other is bone china.
FI likes the porcelain one more – and I’m thinking about giving up my favorite one… since he hates my choice and I’m ok with his. But – is there a big difference between these two materials??
Post # 3
From my understanding Porcelain is a type of ceramic used for making dishes and things like that, Bone China is a type of Porcelain that contains bone ash
Post # 4
Bone china is made of real bone, making it thinner, more durable, and better quality. You can see the difference better if you hold up two plates against a light source. The bone china will be transluscent (you can see the light through it).
Post # 5
in my experiance, bone china is much much less likely to chip