Dinnerware & Crockery of Various Materials Part-1

Dinnerware & Crockery of Various Materials Part-1

When you’re out finalizing your contract with your choice of caterer for your event, shouldn’t you consider what dinnerware and crockery would be used or display and serving of food and stuff to your guests? Whether formal or casual event— there are different types of materials to choose from. Stoneware, Porcelain, Bone China, Melamine and other materials have their individual qualities, features, and maybe some tiny drawbacks. -It’s most important to learn the features of each material to make a wise choice when selecting and finalizing catering related things for your event. With this guide, you can get updated on the various dinnerware materials available, helping you make smart decisions.

Earthenware Dinnerware

Earthenware, which has been glazed and fired results in what we mostly call Ceramic. Often, less expensive compared to other types of dinnerware, It typically features hand-painted designs. Ceramic often appears as thick vessels, with a rustic character. One must remember that Earthenware isn’t as strong and durable as other types of dinnerware, and is susceptible to chipping, cracking, and instantly shattering on a bit hard impact! You shouldn’t leave it submerged in water or any liquids, as usually, it absorbs the liquid into its pores. 

Stoneware Dinnerware

Usually, a bit more durable than earthenware, stoneware is an evolved version of fired ceramic dinnerware. Glass material is often added into it for adding strength and reducing the brittleness of the item. Stoneware body has a finer, opaque surface with a variety of smooth textures such as shiny, satin or matte as compared to porcelain and china materials. Typically used in casual, everyday place environments, good-quality stoneware is very easy to use and maintain and is also dishwasher and microwave safe.

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