I love dinnerware, but I hate reviewing dinnerware. Why? Because it’s pretty hard to say something new about plates and the like. Assuming that it does not disintegrate during the first use or during washing and that it is reasonably attractive to look at – you know all you need to know about it.
Having said that, I love dinnerware because it brings a sense of order and occasion to the dinner table. Sure, you can eat off mixed plates and scratched and chipped chinaware, but the truth is, it’s better when everything matches and looks good. So, I am going to review the Gibson Home Netherwood 12-piece Dinnerware Set because you, my readers, deserve it.
How Is Dinnerware Made?
I can’t imagine that you’d want to sit through a manufacturer’s video explaining the joys of their dinnerware set over others, any more than I would want to sit through it. So, instead, I offer you an interesting look from Nicole Lori on how dinnerware is made. I hope you enjoy it.
Her dinnerware is jolly nice to look at.
I Like The Gibson Home Netherwood Set
I like the design of the Gibson Home Netherwood Set, it’s safe and reassuring. The kind of thing you’d be happy to use with the girls from the social club, grandparents and your kids alike. My kids are quite partial to it too and it looks like our set will be used on a regular basis from here on in.
I also like the price of the Gibson Home Netherwood 12-piece Dinnerware Set which is jolly reasonable at less than $20 and makes it exactly the kind of set you give to a college student just moving away from home or a newly married couple looking to give their new home a boost.