Mikasa makes excellent stoneware and the pattern you picked is a subdued pastel (I don't know anyone who wants to eat off of brightly colored plates) so I think you made a great choice (and $70 a set sounds like a steal).
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I bought these as a surprise for my girlfriend. She has been wanting us to get new ones for a while, but couldn't decide on a set. So I started looking too and found these. I don't know if she even ever saw this set but it looked to have everything she liked in others. They were on sale for only $70 the other day so I ordered 2 sets. Was this a smart 150 bucks spent or should i be nervous about when they come? I never know with you broads.
there is absolutely nothing that i like about that dinnerware. but that's what's great about us humans, huh? we all have different tastes. like, i don't care for anal. maybe your gf does
Mikasa is a great brand, it's what I use for both casual and formal dining. There was a Mikasa outlet near where I live that was going out of business so I got great deals on two full service sets. I tend to favor white or cream plates as I think it highlights the presentation of food but the set you chose is pretty as well. It's contemporary, with also a touch of masculinity to it. I also choose Mikasa crystal for my drinkware, I believe it was the French Country design. Perhaps you can find some crystal glasses that go nicely with it as a future gift.
Oh, and I also purchased Mikasa's True Blue cups, saucers, cream, sugar, pitcher and expresso pieces. I liked the minimalist floral design and wanted something just for coffee and tea service. And it looks very pretty behind the glass cabinetry.