Stoneware dinnerware set includes 4 dinner plates, 4 salad plates and 4 bowls
Solid white dinnerware set adds casual, modern style to your dining table
Microwave- and dishwasher-safe qualities for easy, convenient use
Features: Round (shape)
Number of Pieces: 12
Piece 1 Type: Dinner plate
Piece 1 Dimensions: 1 inches (H) x 10 inches (W) x 10 inches (L)
Piece 2 Type: Salad plate
Piece 2 Dimensions: .88 inches (H) x 7.5 inches (W) x 7.5 inches (L)
Piece 3 Type: Bowl
Piece 3 Dimensions: 3 inches (H) x 6 inches (W) x 6.12 inches (L)
Includes Dining: 4 Dinner Plates, 4 Salad Plates, 4 bowls
Service For: 4
Care & Cleaning: Dishwasher-safe, Microwave Safe
Item Number (DPCI): 200-01-4444
Bring chic style to your dining table with this 12-Piece Avesta Stoneware Dinnerware Set from Project 62™. Crafted from sturdy stoneware, this elegant dinnerware set comes in glossy white to enliven your dining table with its clean, modern appeal. Both dishwasher- and microwave-safe, it makes the perfect choice for entertaining or everyday use. With a fresh and versatile design, you can use them all together for a cohesive look, or mix them with patterned pieces to tie your unique style into mealtime.
1962 was a big year. Modernist design hit its peak and moved into homes across the country. And in Minnesota, Target was born — with the revolutionary idea to celebrate design for all. Project 62 embodies this legacy with a collection of modern pieces made for everyday living.
We received two of these 12 Pc sets as a housewarming gift. The bowls are deep enough to fit a lot of food in and we love the saucers and plates as well. Very modern simple. Microwave and dishwasher safe.
These are sturdy, simple, modern dishes. The bowls are bigger than I expected, and that’s a good thing. The plates aren’t perfectly straight if you look at them from the side, but I like that; it fits my rustic-meets-industrial kitchen. They aren’t bright white - rather creamy white. I’ve had them a week and haven’t broken any (which doesn’t sound like much, but I have to hand wash my dishes and a lot of seemingly sturdy dishes are weak enough that they break after slipping out of my hand from a couple-inch height in the water.)