Is anyone familiar with this stuff?
I had been planning to start replacing my everyday dinnerware with either Apilco or Revol this year...but the every weakening dollar has me rethinking this(I had been leaning toward the Revol and SLT just took a big price increase on all the Revol...likewise it looks like W-S has gone up on the Apilco).
We were at Costco today and they had Emeril SuperWhite Porcelain by Wedgewood at an attractive price of $60 for a 20 pc set: dinner plate, salad plate, soup plate, cereal bowl and mug.
I had originally thought I'd go with a set of 8 in the Apilco or the Revol and then have the luxury of always being able to replace a broken piece if needed....and the durability of the French porcelain is of course appealing.
The Emeril/wedgewood set is made in Indonesia. The light was terrible in the Costco warehouse so it was hard to see how "superwhite" it really was...I assume it's a much brighter white than either of the French lines though.
I won't be able to find it easily in the future which but a set of 12 would be inexpensive and in a 2 person household should keep us in dinnerware for quite some time. On the flip side I've sworn the next set of everyday will be the last.
Just don't know how well it would hold up over time? I know it's branded Wedgewood but it's obviously not the high end Wedgewood product...