8 Holiday Dinnerware Patterns That Will Take You Down Memory Lane
It's not really the holidays until Grandma breaks out the Christmas dishes.
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O Christmas tree, o Christmas tree—how lovely is this retro collection from Waechtersbach. Glazed in an orangey-red hue, most pieces feature a tree trimmed with stars and candles. (And they’re perfect for serving up these cute Christmas tree-shaped recipes.)
During the holidays, few things are more important than community. And this cheery scene from Villeroy & Boch captures the true meaning of Christmas. Townspeople young and old come together to celebrate the season. Deck the halls with other vintage Christmas decorations.
Oh, by gosh, by golly! Holly is a holiday icon. And this collection from Corelle by Corning is as timeless as they come. (Here’s what Christmas looked like the year you were born.) White dinnerware is embellished with festive sprigs and a simple green border.
Feel like a kid again with this glowing collection from Cuthbertson. The pattern features a magnificent Christmas tree and a big ol’ pile of presents. Just the sight will have you craving one of our favorite Christmas morning recipes.
No elegant holiday meal is complete without elegant dinnerware. And the Fitzgerald collection by Noritake fits the bill. Each piece features a green marble band and gold accents.
They may not feature a partridge in a pear tree, but this collection from Lenox is equally festive. Beautiful birds, greenery, pinecones and other natural accents complete this gorgeous pattern. Want real birds in your yard? Set out these bird-attracting foods.
Holiday collections can take up a lot of space—which is why the Tuxedo collection from Lenox is so smart. This simple pattern embellishes each item with golden bands, so it’s perfect for Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year’s Eve—or any special occasion! By the way, this is the right way to set a table.