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Noritake or Mikasa for daily dinnerware

allison g
2 months ago

Looking to replace our daily dinnerware dishes. DH and I like the look of a design on plates, and I have always preferred the weight of bone china. The problem we're finding is no stores seem to have anything to see in stock anymore. We're replacing my 222 Fifth set that has gray marks and chips, and I think the coating is wearing off on them. These are things I'd like to avoid, if at all possible with a better set. Not being able to see these in person also makes this very difficult. I have never seen the Noritake in person, and worry it won't be as shiny as a Lenox-type china. Whereas, I worry about the quality of Mikasa these days. The Noritake does match my kitchen better, but the Mikasa looks so fun. Such an investment, and I can't just pick up a single dish to compare.

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