Corelle dinnerware is efficient because it is highly durable — it doesn’t break, and the designs on the plates cannot be scratched by knives. Corelle is actually made out of glass, but it is created like a sandwich with a glass core that’s thermally bonded to an outer glass glaze. The lamination creates a finished product that is much stronger than its individual components. Corelle has been around since the 1970s, and they’ve just released a new Square collection, designed by Studio Levien of London. It’s available from Amazon for $42.99 (16 piece set).
Corelle: Durable and Inexpensive
March 8, 2006 by 1 Comment