If you're thinking of buying Chistmas dishes for your home, see our top choices. Family and friends will love visiting and enjoying Christmas with you at a beautiful table.
Many companies introduce different patterns each year, but we've stuck with the tried and true traditional choices. You can add to your collection year after year.
We've provided links to the manufacturers' websites, but you may also find the patterns through replacement services or at retail stores in your community.
Introduced by Lenox in 1974, this holly leaf and berry pattern has become beloved a classic. The pieces are handcrafted of ivory bone china with a gold band.
England's oldest pottery company creates this classic Christmas Tree pattern. The tree is decorated with ornaments and garlands with gifts at the base.
Christopher Radko, renowned designer of ornaments for every occasion or holiday, designed this classic Christmas tree pattern encircled by a ribboned wreath.
Crafted of ironstone and dishwasher and microwave safe, this festive holiday dinnerware offers different designs on individual place pieces. The mug is adorned with holly and berries while the saucer has a vivid plaid motif in red and green, encircling the rim. You can mix or match the pieces in this collection.
White bone china forms the backdrop for classic symbols of Christmas, a French horn, pointsettia, and striped bow.
This pottery pattern is named after an English Carol of the 1600's. The collection includes tableware, serving pieces, and giftware with a classic holly and ivy filling the surfaces with a narrow ivy garland around the outside edge.
The red painted background forms a dramatic base for the glass dishes featuring an assortment of pine, holly and berry motifs.
This stoneware pattern shows cardinals, chickadees, goldfinch, and nuthatches on dishwasher-, microwave-safe everyday dishes. They're charming and classic and can go from freezer to oven to table.
A wide red band encircles the white bone china dishes. A gold filigree pattern is placed on top of the red. This is dramatic and formal dinnerware appropriate for the holidays, but would not be exclusively for Christmas.