Our store has hundreds of dinnerware patterns in the latest styles, colors,
and mix & match options as well as classic patterns for elegant dining.
We carry formal, casual, traditional, and contemporary dinnerware.
Create a whole new look for your table, or mix and match with favorites you already have.

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Caskata specializes in boldly graphic patterns that fuse contemporary and vintage to achieve a timeless elegance. Dinnerware themes include sea life, countryside, holiday, formal, and monogrammed. Stylish, timeless, American-made dinnerware ranging from playful to sophisticated.

Founded in 1977, Emerson Creek Pottery is made in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia. Dinnerware patterns are nature-inspired and organic, perfect for hearty meals with family and friends. Handmade ceramic pottery from Virginia for rustic casual dining.

Founded in 1821, Gien has established itself as a distinctive maker of faience, or glazed earthenware. The patterns are steeped in French tradition, yet embody today's sophisticated yet casual dining. Elegant everyday French dinnerware for the casual sophisticate.

Founded in 2001, Juliska creates beautiful ceramic tableware, Bohemian glassware and table accessories that are rooted in old world European elegance. Mix and match to create your own story for casual or formal entertaining. Beautiful, timeless ceramic dinnerware for today's stylish tables.

This exciting collection of tableware and giftware adds elegance and a touch of wit to any occasion. Bright colors and classic neutrals in both casual and formal dinnerware all reflect the signature style of this fashion icon. Trendy yet classic formal and casual dinnerware for stylish living.

Founded in 1889 in New Jersey, Lenox is world-renowned for elegant dinnerware that has graced the tables of the finest homes, including the White House. Today, Lenox makes a wide array of formal and casual dinnerware that is contemporary yet classic, along with coordinating glassware and flatware. Classically stylish fine American formal and casual dinnerware.

The recognized industry leader in luxury ceramic antique and historic designs, Mottahedeh has developed licensed products with many major museums including the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Monticello. Elegant porcelain antique reproductions and historical interpretations for fine dining.

Established in 1893, this Illinois-based dinnerware manufacturer is known for its graceful shapes, classic designs, unusual strength and brilliant glaze. Pickard has produced dinnerware for heads of state, prestigious hotels, and U.S. embassies around the world. Especially popular is their fine dinnerware that can be monogrammed. Elegant, stately American-made dinnerware for fine dining.

For nearly two centuries, Pillivuyt has been producing fine culinary porcelain in the heart of France. Blending century-old craftsmanship with modern production techniques, Pillivuyt has created a collection of white porcelain that includes over 200 pieces in a variety of shapes for dining, serving, baking, and entertaining. French white porcelain for classic and modern dining and baking.

Since 1981, Simon Pearce has been known as a prominent designer of glassware and tableware. The Simon Pearce style brings heritage and craftsmanship to the modern, organic table for a simple yet sophisticated artisanal look. Simon Pearce pottery dinnerware is available in neutral tones for the modern home. Handcrafted, American-made glassware and pottery for contemporary living.