Sasaki dinnerware is simply gorgeous. Casual dinnerware sets with a simple, but sophiscated appearance makes up the selection. I believe that Sasaki was once a registered trademark of Lifetime Brands, but it is not currently published in their list of brands. I don't know if the Sasaki line has been discontinued, or if it has changed ownership.
Dinnerware sets were available in exclusive shops like Macy's and Bed, Bath and Beyond. Dinnerware sets are not widely available at this time, but you can still buy some patterns in sets if you are willing to search for them.
Some Sasaki flatware sets and dinnerware pieces are still available through Pfaltzgraff and Mikasa, both are part of Lifetime Brands. I have recently seen Sasaki products on Overstock, eBay and through replacement companies.
Sasaki silverware is also very nice. It is actually stainless steel flatware, which is advantageous because it doesn't have to be polished.
Dinnerware patterns from Sasaki are many. Here is a partial list of patterns offered over the years:
My favorite pattern of Sasaki dinnerware is Simplicity Brown. I also like the Colorstone pattern in Black Matte. It is very attractive. The Colorstone pattern comes in many solid colors, which would be perfect for mixing and matching dinnerware to coordinate with décor and make unique table settings.
In addition to dinnerware, flatware sets were also available
under the Sasaki brand name. The Sasaki
Metropolis flatware pattern that was introduced in 2012 is a beautiful
set. The handles are textured for a
wood-like appearance, although the flatware is made of stainless steel. This creative design makes for distinctive, sturdy
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