Apilco Tradition Blue-Banded Porcelain Cereal Bowls

Apilco builds on its tradition of exceptional dinnerware by embellishing these pristine white porcelain dishes with classic blue borders. As with the Apilco's signature white dinnerware, these restaurant-quality pieces can be dressed up or down with formal or casual linens, flatware and glassware. They're crafted at the family-owned factory in France, where ceramic artisans have been producing fine porcelain for culinary professionals since 1906. Each piece is microwavable and freezer, oven and dishwasher safe. 6 1/2" diam. cereal bowls, set of four.
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Lillybelle
Seattle, WA
September 3, 2010
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September 3, 2010
I love dishes but always bought on the cheap. Finally I grew tired of the scratchy gray lines on the surface that would not come off so decided to spend some money and get something better. What a great improvement! We bought the dishes in December for a big family Christmas. It is now September and there is not one scratch, chip, or other mark on any dish and we use them three times a day and wash them in the dishwasher. The glazing is perfect and the blue and white combination goes with everything. The quality is excellent. Food looks wonderful on the white background. They remind me of French dishes and it makes me happy to use them. Who knew?
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StevenA
Greenville, SC
Posted April 11, 2013
Apilco Tradition Blue-Banded Porcelain Cereal Bowl
We purchased these bowls several years ago and regularly use them. They do not scratch but they do chip!
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