222 Fifth dinnerware is a brand of dinnerware made by PTS America Inc. The tableware is known to be of high-quality because they take special care in the design and production processes. They make porcelain dinnerware, fine china and stoneware that is quite original when compared to other brands of dinnerware.
The variety of dinnerware patterns is extensive, truly a pattern for everyone. The ability to produce silk screen patterns for transfer onto dinnerware made with original molds makes the shapes and patterns quite unique.
Personally, I'm amazed with the variety of colors that are available from 222 Fifth. If you are trying to match a color in your décor, this is a good brand to look into for colors and shades that are not commonly available in dinnerware sets.
Recently mix and match collections have been produced under the 222 Fifth dinnerware brand which is pretty amazing. An example is the Peacock Garden and Eliza Teal mix and match collection. The Eliza Teal dinnerware consists of a Jacobean floral pattern that perfectly coordinates with the colors of the peacock that is featured in the Peacock Garden pattern.
PTS America Inc. also produces other brands of dinnerware including Coventry and Westbury Court, along private labels offered by exclusive stores.
The dinnerware patterns offered by 222 Fifth over the years cover a wide variety of choices that home decorators thrive on. Floral, safari, western, nautical, toile, plaid, and holiday patterns are among the styles in which PTS America has made a contribution.<
Here are a number of patterns that have been offered through this dinnerware brand:
222 Fifth dinnerware sets can be found at exclusive stores like Macy's, Stage and Sears. Occasionally you can find pieces or dinnerware sets on websites like Amazon, eBay or Overstock.
Discontinued 222 Fifth patterns are almost always made available by Replacements.com where dinnerware is sold piece by piece. If they don't have a piece that you are looking for, you can use the "Find This for Me!" option that they offer which is an ideal way to find exactly what you are looking for.
Mar 05, 16 10:30 PM
Please tell me the name of the mixed pattern set on your home page. I love it!
Mar 05, 16 10:10 PM
Need replacement dinner plates. Is this pattern still available? It is plain white and very simple. I love it.
Mar 05, 16 09:54 AM
I've been searching the last 7 months for this Culinary Arts pattern Tea Party. I can't even find a picture of it on the internet. The name shows up on