The wishing table furnishes itself. Be it traditional, Oriental or casual, there is one bone china collection that suits every occasion. This is because, with its clear shape and elegant lines, Jade has an extremely timeless design. The wide range of collectors pieces be it rectangular plates, oval trays or round soup bowls provides fans of porcelain with an unlimited range of opportunities for delightful combinations. For example, when filled with rice and accompanied by chopsticks, the round bowls and matching lids add a pronounced Asian touch to your table design. However, they have a completely different effect when hot tea is steaming from the cream bowls and the lids are luring you in with biscuits and sweets on a table set in the afternoon.
Decor Jade Magnolie
Material Bone China
Care Instructions The surface of Bone China is, in a technical sense, a type of glass and should be treated accordingly.Please note the following:
Should any film or coating appear, this is usually due to starch deposits which are not always properly removed in the dishwasher. Over time, such deposits can accumulate to form a relatively thin, but extremely resistant, layer which is also encouraged, for example, by:
heavily soiled dishes
hard tap water
wrong dosage of detergent
In general terms, it can be said:
Deposits on glasses and porcelain glazes can only be avoided by an optimal use of water, water softeners, and a cleansing and rinsing agent.
In most cases, these deposits can be removed with a liquid porcelain cleaner, or a ceramic-glass cleaner for ceramic hobs. The glaze will usually remain undamaged. If the film has already formed a very strong bond with the surface, removal can be very difficult, or even impossible in some cases.
In regards dishwasher safety for hard porcelain and bone china, the statement: 'the harder and the less porous the material, the higher the dishwasher resistance', is essentially valid.