Colorful Sengware: Fiesta for a New Generation?

Colorful Sengware: Fiesta for a New Generation?

Faith Durand
Feb 26, 2009

We've recently been introduced to Sengware, an eye-poppingly colorful line of porcelain dinnerware and serving dishes that comes in whimsical shapes and many hues. It reminds us of Fiesta dinnerware and its rainbow of colors.

We first heard about this line of dishes at Folkmann, where it was pronounced as having the "perfect mugs."

Sengware is a Seattle company, and their porcelain dishes are microwave, freezer, dishwasher, and oven safe. They are also relatively economical; a pair of baking dishes sells for $32, and an entire 16-piece dining set is $130. The dishes come in eight different colors, from a chocolatey brown to a bright tangerine. The range of bright colors reminds us of Fiesta, as does the slightly retro styling. (An homage to Fiesta in that jug, perhaps?)

Now, we love Fiesta; its vintage colors and sturdy construction make it classic. We like that it's made right here in the US, too. But we also like Sengware's lighter porcelain, and the curvy shapes are very attractive.

What do you think? Fiesta or Sengware?

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