Polish dinnerware is imported by many distributors here in the United States. All of the dinnerware from Poland that I have seen is pottery dinnerware. Most of it is handcrafted with artistic patterns that are somewhat busy and very cheerful.
The use of lead-free glazes makes it safe for food consumption and the high-temperature firing makes it pretty sturdy, so it is resistant to scratching and chipping.
What I like about this pottery is that you can mix and match many of the patterns without anything looking out of place which is a wonderful advantage to creative décor.
This Polish Pottery Tuscany pattern is a perfect example of the busy patterns. It is very unique in the way that different shapes and colors are put together to make an appealing appearance.
This Peacock Swirl patterns highlights the Polish admiration of the majestic peacock. Peacock feather are often used in clothing, décor and gifts, and they were even used in a coat of arms. It is thought to bring good luck.
This Grape Dinnerware is very different from most of the grape patterns that I have seen. It follows the trend of creativity that is seen in most dinnerware made in Poland.
Check out the other vast patterns of Polish Dinnerware.
If you are looking for unique, you will love this Polish Coffee and Cake Set. It is available in several patterns, some of which are also available in dinnerware sets.
Polish Bakeware is also available to match with your dinnerware for a perfectly decorated kitchen where everything can be left in sight instead of sticking it away in closed cabinets.
Polish Serving Accessories are plentiful and can be used to make your table and your kitchen décor spectacular.