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The direct-to-consumer brand's latest additions are crafted in Stoke-On-Trent, England — the world capital of ceramics (yes, there is one) — and Italy with quality and durable materials that can withstand tough wash cycles whether you're in a commercial kitchen or at home.
The plateware collection features an appetizer plate, dinner plate, pasta bowl, side bowl, and serving platter and comes in two colorways: white or white with a red rim accent. Each piece in the collection is available to buy individually in packs of four, or you can get a four-setting box or five-setting box with a serving platter with prices ranging from $259 to $319.
The flatware collection — which includes a salad fork, dinner fork, dessert spoon, tablespoon, and solid handle dinner knife — comes in a 20-piece box set that includes four flatware place settings ($179) or a 40-piece box set with eight flatware place settings ($309).
The glassware collection features white wine glasses, red wine glasses, and water glasses that have an anti-drip coating and are resistant to breakage, according to the company. The glassware set ($139) includes four white wine glasses, four red wine glasses, and four water glasses, but are also available individually starting in packs of four.
But don't think you're limited to Made In's tabletop category offerings — you can also build your own set with items from the plateware, flatware, and glassware collections depending on your needs.
The new plateware and flatware collections officially launch on September 3 and the glassware collection is set to launch in October, but you can sign up for the waitlist and be the first to shop now.