I have a set of pinecone dinnerware and I love it. The pattern is called Pinehurst, by Narumi, a Japanese dinnerware manufacturer. It is a lovely pattern with pinecones with a hint of pink, gray pine needles and platinum trim.
They belonged to my Grandmother and my uncle bought them for her. These fine china dishes are amazing and the matching serving dishes are very practical. I have the serving platter, the vegetable bowl, a casserole dish, the gravy boat, and the sugar bowl and cream pitcher, in addition to the standard dinnerware set pieces.
I was amazed to see that the company is still operating while researching this pattern. The company was founded in 1911 and started making western style dinnerware after World War II. Narumi has made several different patterns of pine cone dinnerware in fine china including Olympia, Pinecrest, Pinecone, Silver Pine, Monterey Pine, Shasta Pine, and Madera Pine. Personally I like Pinehurst the best, but I might be a little bit partial.
This 16-piece dinnerware set is very nice for a lover of the outdoors. The dinnerware set consists of dinner plates, salad plates, bowls, and mugs (4 of each). The dinnerware pattern was designed by Persis Clayton Weirs, a very talented artist. It is ceramic dinnerware that is microwave and dishwasher safe.
If you like your dinnerware kind of rustic, you will love these selections of rustic dinnerware featuring pine cones
Some of the selections of dinnerware are sold in dinnerware sets, and others are sold in open stock, a piece at a time. At any rate, the links provided will take you to the retailer's site where you can view what all is available.