One of Our Favorite Small Cookware Brands Is Launching a Tabletop Collection — and You’ll Want to Get on the Waitlist

published Aug 26, 2020
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Made In’s done it again! The DTC brand known for its super-popular cookware has turned its attention to your tabletop with brand-new dinnerware, flatware, and glassware lines launching soon. And — no shock here — they’re fantastic, boasting the same sleek aesthetic and high-quality craftsmanship that made us such big fans of Made In’s legendary carbon steel skillet and Santoku knife. As with all of their products, Made In maintained an ultra-high standard when creating the tabletop collection, seeking out top-quality materials and family-owned manufacturers all over the globe.

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If you want great pizza, you go to Italy. If you want great sushi, you go to Japan. So for their debut ceramic plate line, Made In chose a family-owned factory in the English city Stoke-on-Trent — also known as the world capital of ceramics. The result: Simple, stylish, and durable plates, available in a 4-setting box (includes an appetizer plate, dinner plate, pasta bowl, and side bowl), or a 5-setting box (same as 4-setting, but with a serving platter as well). The pasta bowl is especially deep, so say goodbye to sloshing penne on your placemat. The sets, which range in price from $259-$319, are available in classic white, or white with a thin ribbon of red around the rim.

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Made In’s background in kitchen supplies is evident in their glassware line. These glasses are resistant to wear and breakage, and tested against brutal commercial wash cycles (so they’ll handle your dishwasher just fine). But while they’re durable, they’re also gorgeous. No thick, clunky glasses here; this glassware, blown in Parma, Italy, is completely transparent and designed to have a premium mouthfeel. You can pick up a set of 4 white wine glasses, 4 red wine glasses, or 4 water glasses. Each set is priced at $139.

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Their knives are the stuff of legend, so we’re psyched about Made In’s flatware line. The chic pieces are made from rust-resistant materials in a carefully sourced Italian factory. The 20-piece set includes utensils for 5, and comes with salad forks, dinner forks, dessert spoons, tablespoons, and solid-handle dinner knives, all for $179 (that’s less than $9 per utensil). But you can get double that amount in the 40-piece box for a bit less per utensil ($309 total).  

Made In‘s flatware and plates officially go on sale September 3, with glassware launching in October, but you can join the waitlist for these products right now — a smart move, because just like the brand’s popular cookware and knives, these newcomers are likely to sell out fast!