The dishes are made of stoneware with a glazed decal finish and are microwave and dishwasher safe. Done in muted colors, the Gibson Home Christmas Tile 16-Piece Dinnerware Set evokes nostalgic winter scenes with illustrations of a sled, country houses in the snow, and icy rivers.
If you're looking for holiday dinnerware that can be used throughout winter, Williams Sonoma's Woodland Berry Dinnerware Collection is a great option. This durable porcelain dinnerware set is adorned with pine cones, pine branches, winter berries, and holly for a stunning backdrop that's sure to delight guests.
With the simple red and white banded design, the dinnerware can mix with more formal pieces and will work with all of your favorite holiday linens. For the utmost in wintry sophistication and festive elegance, the Christmas Tree Dinnerware Collection from Spoke will undoubtedly be the perfect addition to your dinner table this holiday season.
Bestrews spends thousands of hours researching, analyzing, and testing products to recommend the best picks for most consumers. Bestrews spends thousands of hours researching, analyzing, and testing products to recommend the best picks for most consumers.
Bestrews spends thousands of hours researching, analyzing, and testing products to recommend the best picks for most consumers. Introduced in 2012, you can choose to add just a salad plate into your existing Old Country Roses set, or start fresh with the entire ensemble.
Produced from 1984 to 1993, it features a cheery motif of white flowers, red berries and greenery. This beloved everyday stoneware began producing this holiday accent series in 2008.
You can find cheery trees and garlands festooned with ornaments in their classic ivory plates. This traditional Johnson Brothers pattern is known for its charming depictions of idyllic village scenes.
Though you can find the village represented in all seasons, the winter scenes look particularly at home on a holiday table. It features a Victorian village with three children admiring the town square tree.
This stoneware features a striking transfer ware scene in black and vivid green red and yellow. First produced in 2009, you can find plates, bowls, mugs and cups to bring holiday cheer to your table.
There's a whole series of Christmas motifs rimmed in the same graphic border. Introduced in 1974 and still in production today, this classic Christmas set has become a mainstay of holiday tables.
First produced in 1928 and still in production today, this is one of the most recognizable Christmas dinnerware sets. It has a distinctive green trim and the gold standard of decorated Christmas trees.
You can find a variation produced from 2006 to 2012 called Christmas Tree Garland, which is trimmed in festive bells and boughs of fir. Salad plates and mugs included green designs and even an appearance by the man in the red suit.
Red ribbon, holly, and pine cones surround this bone china collection rimmed in gold. It features a deep green rim with scenes of a rocking horse, fruit basket, and musical instruments.
This bone china pattern was first produced in 1995 and features a variety of wintertime backyard birds nestled among evergreen, holly, and mistletoe. One of Nikki's most popular patterns, this one is well-known for its durability (read: dishwasher and microwave safe!).
It features gold trim and a garland of Christmas greenery, ornaments, and candy canes. It features an idyllic scene of Christmas Eve after a visit from Ole St. Nick.
Produced from 1997 to 2000, some pieces in the collection also showcase a gold tree with red enamel ornaments. Produced from 1990 to 1993, this bone china accent set was designed to complement the Old Country Roses pattern.
Produced from 1992 to 1999, this fine china features stately nutcrackers, horns and drums with a cheery yellow trim. This pink transferware-style stoneware uses different pieces in the collection to tell the classic Christmas poem by Clement Clark Moore.
This everyday set was produced from 1993 to 2004 and features a lovely lattice border with holiday fruits and holly surrounding a Victorian-style tree and gifts. Produced from 1999 to 2013, this bone china pattern features clusters of fruits and nuts offset by holly sprigs and a winding tartan ribbon.
Produced from 1981 to 2006, this stoneware set features a Victorian-style tree with train and village beneath. Produced from 1982 to 2012, this brilliant red-glazed pottery features a bold, graphic Christmas tree in true European take on a classic holiday motif.