The traditional quality and translucence of fine white bone china are reinterpreted for the modern table in pristine, contemporary coupe shaped sugar bowl and creamer that dress up or down. Bennett dinnerware also available.
Dishwasher-, microwave- and oven-safe to 350 degrees
Made in Bangladesh
Overall DimensionsHeight: 2.5" Diameter: 4.25"
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Rated 1 out of 5 by David101 from Very poor quality; flaws on nearly all plates.I really like the design of this dinnerware, but the quality is extremely poor and the quality control apparently non-existent. The plates have the kind of flaws you'd see on remaindered products that come with deep discounts. They have small pits from air pockets, some have black particulates that got caught in the glaze and protrude like little blackheads. Perhaps the most unforgivable flaw is the glazing error I found on the few of them, in which the porcelain is bunched up along a small length of the edge, and doesn't even cover the entire rim. In other words, rough and uncoated areas of the rim. Finally, as noted by some others, the plates also tend to be a bit wobbly. A big disappointment all around.
Date published: 2013-12-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by mcmmom from Good for more than just sugarI love this line of dinnerware, but was frustrated because there were not smaller sized bowls (I have the large pasta style bowls and the cereal bowls, but needed something smaller for ice cream, appetizers, etc). The sugar bowls are the perfect size - I bought 12 to go with my dinnerware!
Date published: 2013-09-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by Peanutgirl from Bennet Low BowlI recently replaced a pile of our mismatched plates with a dozen of these bowls. They're the perfect size and shape for the way I cook and serve food for my family -- not a bowl but not exactly a plate either -- we eat healthy, one-dish style meals focused on lots of vegetables and grains, with a small amount of protein on top. I'm very happy with them!
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by DMF1 from Nice, but be carefulHave the square plates, salad plates and small and large platters. The platters are awesome and really compliment the plates while serving. 1 problem we discovered with the plates, as we use them everyday, is that you need to be careful when cutting food and where it is on your plate. Put pressure anywhere off the center of the plate even slightly toward the edge of the plate while cutting a steak for example and the plate collapses to the side which results in a mess, embarrassment for guests. This took us a while to get used to. Wondering if anyone else has had this experience?
Date published: 2013-08-09
Rated 4 out of 5 by Milltown from Neutral & high qualityI bought this as my everyday dinnerware. I love it!
Date published: 2013-03-09
Rated 2 out of 5 by Totoro from Uneven platesWe really wanted a square & white bone china set for our everyday dishes, so we registered for all of the Bennett pieces for our wedding. This set really is beautiful - it's light weight, felt sturdy and the color is a brilliant white.These match our ideal dinner set in every way, so when the plates arrived, I was ready and eager to love them. I was so disappointed when I realized that none of the plates sit flat on the table! The bottoms are uneven so every plate wobbles on the table, making clingy noises when silverware is used. The only remedy would be to use a nice thick placemat for every meal.I'm so sad that I have to return these :( Will likely switch to the Marin set instead. I would still love to get the Bennett set in the future if they fix the plate problem.
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"Cream" and "sugar," right out of the carton. You'll have no hesitation
putting our fun, embossed earthenware "cartons" on your table or buffet. Creamer has an open carton pouring spout; sugar bowl has a closed carton topper.