2010 HOLIDAY GIFT GUIDE – Oneida Dinnerware

by Valerie Gray, From Val's Kitchen

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Oneida Basketweave Pattern

I knew Oneida made great flatware but until recently I didn’t even realize that they also offer dinnerware. The set of dishes we had had been a wedding gift, making them 25 years old. The set was missing a few pieces. It was worn and scratched, and a couple of pieces had small chips. When I started browsing online for new dishes, I wasn’t prepared to find such a wide variety and some pretty reasonable prices.

I selected the Oneida Basketweave 53 Piece Service For 8. I love the color and texture of this pattern. The Basketweave pattern (shown above) is a creamy off white and has a basket pattern around the edge. It’s simple and understated and would work well with just about any decor. This is a 53 piece set, a setting for eight – exactly what I needed to replace my old set.

The set includes:

  • 8 Dinner Plates
  • 8 Salad Plates
  • 8 Soup Bowls
  • 8 Cups
  • 8 Saucers
  • 8 Fruit Bowls
  • 1 Vegetable Bowl
  • 1 Platter
  • 1 Sugar Bowl w/Lid
  • 1 Creamer

The dishes are simple and pretty. They’re very sturdy, and are made of stoneware. I love that they are both dishwasher and microwave safe, two musts in our house. This set regularly sells for $129.99 but is currently on sale for an astounding $49.99! I found a lot of other great deals on the site as well. Browsing there was almost as dangerous for me as being locked into a cheesecake store! With the wide range of styles offered you’re sure to find something you like, as well as some great gift ideas.

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About Oneida

Oneida Ltd. is one of the world’s largest marketers of stainless steel and silver plated flatware for both the consumer and foodservice industries. It is also the largest supplier of dinnerware to the foodservice industry in North America.

The company originated in the mid-nineteenth century and has since grown into one of the most recognized brands in the world. Driven by devotion to design, Oneida prides itself on the finest quality products for its modern, decorative and classic tableware collections.

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3 comments

pat.navymom November 25, 2010 - 8:57 am

I love the cups attractive with and wuithout the saucers.

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Marj M. November 27, 2010 - 9:04 am

I am in the market for new dishes and really like these. We shall see what Santa brings…..lol

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Katie Anderson December 8, 2010 - 3:40 am

I am looking for a 2006-2007 Oneida/Sakura “Blackbird Snowman Portraits” Cookie Jar. (Snowman with stick arms holding a blackbird on his left hand. Anybody got one to sell?
Thanks.

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