Misto Paisley Dinnerware
This soft ivory ceramic dinnerware is given a color boost with a delightful paisley pattern. Splashes of crimson, orange, green and blue swirl together making this dinnerware a vibrant addition to your every day dining. Dishwasher and microwave safe (for reheating purposes only).
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I never write reviews! The fact that I am taking the time to write this shows how displeased I am with this product. Mine started to chip within days. Now there are cracks, discoloration, and 3 of the plates cracked in two! I really love the pattern and look great on display - just don't use them. Lastly, DO NOT put in the microwave - they hold the heat and are dangerous. November 1, 2012
Not a good long-term investment We got this plates from our wedding registry almost four years ago. Within the first year or so, I was completely satisfied with them. I still love the design to this day. However, they are really starting to show some use...cracks under the finish and lots of chips. We wash in the dishwasher and microwave these dishes. Within the first year, the dishes would be firey hot coming out of the microwave for no more than a minute. We are passing these on to goodwill now and getting a new set because of this. It's so bad that we reheat food in a dish, and the food doens't get warm, but the plate is scalding hot. I'm not sure if its because they are ceramic or just due to age. They were way too expensive to have to replace in the second year in my opinion. September 15, 2012
Love! I have a set of these and wash them in the dishwasher and I have never had one chip! I love them and they are so colorful, they go with everything! May 8, 2012
expensive for such low quality I've had these dishes for a few years, but I lived alone so they've never gotten a ton of use. I intially bought 12 dinner & salad plates. I now have about 8 left of each due to breakage and chipping and some of those are chipped. They are not microwave safe as BBB told me they were (should have trusted the fact that it didn't indicate that on the underside of the plates) so i've experienced how hot they get, plus that means it's not safe to heat your food on them. And I've also seen the dark spots that someone mentioned, odd. Out of all of this, the worst part is that they don't fit in our microwave (a decent size microwave, not small) because they're square, they just "dink, dink" left & right, never fully turning. All in all, I don't feel safe eating on them anymore and Im getting new dishes. It upsets me when I think of how much money I spent on them. November 1, 2011