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Apilco vs other Deshoulieres lines

sunrider | Jan 21, 201102:15 PM     1

I'm just doing a little research before buying a dinnerware set and, looking at the Apilco website, they appear to be owned by Philippe Deshoulieres, including being made in the same factories.

Obviously, Apilco is known for being near-indestructible, including being oven-safe and freezer-safe.

Does anyone know if the other Philippe Deshoulieres lines are just as indestructible? Certainly, they have a porcelain bakeware/ovenware line which appears to be similar, but what about their other dinnerware (the non-coloured ones, obviously)? In terms of their construction/heft/etc., how else do they differ?

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