Made In Announces Gorgeous New Tabletop Collection for the Home Chef

We here at Gear Diary are fans of Made In Cookware.  We loved their stainless steel pots and pans as a cost-effective way to outfit a kitchen with high-quality cookware.  Now, Made In is expanding its portfolio with a gorgeous collection of tableware for serving.  Not only can you purchase bundles, but you can also customize your own tabletop set.

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The popular chef-grade direct-to-consumer brand Made In’s new Tabletop collection is made up of plates and serving dishes made in Stoke-On-Trent, England, flatware crafted in Italy, and glassware that’s blown in Parma, Italy.  Each of the items is available starting in their own separate packs, pre-created bundles that Made In has put together, as well as the option to customize your own set.  And as you might expect, the more you purchase, the more money you’ll save.

The plateware collection is made using some of the best clay in the world and crafted from high alumina vitrified china.  The plates and bowls are available in either white or white with a red rim and are gorgeous either way you go.  The plates are fully glazed, allowing them to be protected from damage while being stacked as well as making them dishwasher safe.  The Made In plateware comes in Appetizer plate (8″ dia.), Dinner plate (10″ dia.), Side bowl (6.5″ dia.), Entree bowl (10″ dia.), as well as 13″ long Serving platters.

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The flatware sets come with a salad fork, a dinner fork, a tablespoon, a dessert spoon, and a dinner knife.  Made In’s flatware is made from 18/10 stainless steel and is made to last.  The stainless steel prevents corrosion and keeps your flatware looking spotless for years to come.  The designs are classic, so they’ll fit in just about any setting.

The glassware collection, which will be available in October 2020, is made in a multi-generational factory in Parma, Italy, that’s at the forefront of innovation.  The glasses will be totally transparent, break-resistant, and feature a drip-resistant coating for easier cleaning.  Made In’s glasses were designed to create a superior mouthfeel.  They’ll be sold for $139 for a set of four red wine glasses, four white wine glasses, and four water glasses.

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I know I’m already a fan of Made In’s products, and if I were in the market to replace our dishes and glasses, I’d be all over them! You can check out their entire collection here.

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