For anyone who was experience with all three brands, what are your thoughts? Which one did you like best.
These will be my every day dishes and probably my fancy occasion dishes for a while.
We are looking at Apilco Tuileres which is a little thinner than Apilco tradition. Here is the link:
We are also looking at Pillivuyt Valencay which is a little thinner and lighter than Sancerre, but has Pliienium added to the clay to make it withstand thermal and mechanical shock.
And finally Revol Plain white plates from SLT or BBB.
In your opinion, which of the three are best? Which has the best glaze? I hate when plates get scratches from sliding against each other when getting one out of the cabinet.
I was looking at Wedgwood white, but with my fiance's appetite we will need something larger than 10.75 in diameter plates for everyday.
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