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Fine China

Fine china is a vital addition to any home or kitchen. Good china is always necessary for dinner parties and other special occasions. Fine dining is an affair of all the senses. While the food served plays a big part, a beautiful table makes the experience more poignant. Finely made dishes and plates are a must. In order to please the palate of guests, friends and family members, it is essential to offer a pleasing aesthetic. Check out Macy's or macys.com for designer china by Wedgewood, Kate Spade and Lennox. It is easy to find place settings that match any kind of kitchen décor. Go with a solid colored set or dishes with bright, colorful patterns.

Looking for fine china in shades of white, perhaps with subtle accents? There are numerous china sets to consider. Charter Club has pieces with subtle gold accents in lines or leaves around the edges. Find round dishes or fashionable square ones. Noritake also has square dishes and sets with a cream base and platinum accents around the edges. For solid white plates, go with Mikasa or Waterford.

Mikasa also has collections with bright colors, such as red on white. Lenox is another choice for vibrant dinnerware. There are watercolor dish sets with floral patterns in indigo blue, amethyst purple or citrus yellow. Find pieces decorated with dazzling birds as well. This option is perfect to draw the eye to the dining table. Lauren by Ralph Lauren also has an eye for beautiful, bright colors, especially in shades of orange and blue.

For modern fine china in stark shades of black and white, Kate Spade New York is the way to go. Choose from simple black rims or deco floral patterns. For something subtler, go with Vera Wang or Waterford. Both brands use delicate shades of white for a base with accents in lace patterns and complementary neutral colors. For sets complete with tea and coffee pots, try Wedgewod or Noritake.

For fine china and plenty of other pieces of kitchenware, view the choices at Macy's.

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