Breaking out a set of Christmas china dinnerware is a great way to get into the Christmas spirit.. It's beautiful, lively and fun to display. It plays a part is setting holiday traditions and making memories that will last a lifetime.
Whether you are looking for fine china or a more casual dinnerware set to use as Christmas dinnerware, you will find loads of ideas here.
It is not uncommon to use a casual dinnerware set for everyday use during the holidays and serving on a fine china Christmas set solely for Christmas dinner or holiday celebrations. Both can be displayed in a china cabinet or on a kitchen hutch to become part of your Christmas decorations.
I often display tea sets as part of my Christmas décor. They look great sitting on a coffee table or even a fireplace hearth. Christmas cookie jars also come in handy for serving home-made treats during the season.
There are many companies that make Christmas dinnerware sets. Some sets are made of bone china, while more casual sets are made of porcelain or stoneware. I've seen a few gorgeous ceramic dinnerware sets with Christmas patterns.
Popular Christmas dinnerware patterns this year include:
A set of ruby goblets from Mikasa is a great addition to a Christmas table setting.
If you don't play hostess at Christmastime and you are blessed to enjoy holiday celebrations and Christmas dinner at someone else's home, the hostess would definitely appreciate holiday dinnerware or tableware as a gift.
Table accessories and décor are all a part of entertaining for the holidays. While purchasing an entire dinnerware set might be kind of expensive, gift sets, pieces of the hostess's choice dinnerware, glassware, serveware, cookware, and accessories are affordable. Such gestures make the holiday hostess feel appreciated, and I'm sure the thoughtful gift will be put to use.
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