My Account of Pure White High Fire Porcelain Set
I purchased the Pure White High-Fire Porcelain Dinnerware Set a few months ago, and after using it for a while I feel I am qualified to give my honest review of the set.
The first thing I noticed about this set when it came was that the color of the set is not a true white. It is not a dazzling bright white, but instead it has a little bit of a bluish-gray sheen that comes through. While it is not particularly noticeable, it does become noticeable when the light hits it right.
What the Set Consists of
This set of dinnerware comes with everything you need. It comes with four dinner plates that are 10.5 inches wide. There are four salad plates that are 8.5 inches wide. The set comes with four bowls that are 7.5 inches wide and roughly 2 inches deep.
The set also comes with four coffee cups that are 3.5 inches wide and a shade over 4 inches deep. These sixteen pieces combine to give your four place settings, which is the perfect size for people from individuals to small families.
As far as the quality of the construction goes, I have been very pleased with the heaviness of these dishes. One of the most important things you need to consider when you are looking for the best porcelain dinner set is how sturdy it is.
Many manufacturers claim to have produced the best dinnerware sets but only for their sets to break with just the barest of bumps. I don’t have to worry about that with this set. While it is not as heavy-duty as something like earthenware, it is certainly very sturdy for porcelain.
I think I will be able to use this for many years to come without worrying about breaking it unless it is dropped on a hard surface from a considerable height.
Oven-Safe and Scratch-Resistant
Another thing I always worry about when I buy porcelain dinnerware is that it will chip or scratch easily. That is one of the things that I have kept my eye on since I have had it.
I have found that this is very tough dinnerware that requires less amount of maintenance than what is usually required of porcealin dinnerware sets. It does not get scratched up from forks scraping it, and the dishwasher does not do any damage to it either.
As well as being dishwasher safe, the Pure White High-Fire Porcelain Dinnerware Set is also safe to put in the microwave. One of the first tests I made with one of the cups was to put it in the microwave to heat the water for my tea.
I found that I can heat the water up to a near boil, but I can still comfortably grasp the handle of the cup as soon as it comes out of the microwave. That is a definite plus for me as I live on tea.
The plainness of this dinnerware set is really great for me. While it is a matter of personal preference, I feel that this design that comes without any pattern or ornamentation on it is a very classic look. Even though it is a classic look, it feels very modern at the same time.
I have found that guests I have had over to my apartment for dinner have really loved the look of this set.
One thing I should note is that the plainness of the white finish of this dinnerware set can be a cook’s best friend or worst enemy. When you plate food on a plain white background, it draws a lot of attention to it.
This is a good thing if you are good at plating, but it is a bad thing if your food presentations are sloppy. Keep this in mind if you are entertaining guests with this set.
No one should dictate which should be the best dinnerware set except yourself. After all, dinnerware set review is only there to give a perspective on the product that you are interested in.
As dining ware pieces represents your personal taste more than anything, you should choose one that your heart desires. While some love the artistic touch on their plates and bowls, some love it really simple.
If you belong to the latter, this Pure White High Fire porcelain dinnerware set might be the best of what your limited budget can offer.
Photograph courtesy of Giuseppe Milo