From King Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Household, Utensils
tablewareta‧ble‧ware /ˈteɪbəlweə $ -wer/ noun [uncountable] formal DHDFUthe plates, glasses, knives etc used when eating a meal
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tablewareThe cups and tableware were greasy.Next came forks and tableware in general that reflected good quality silver and occasionally gold crafted in artistic designs.Spode and Lenox are the best-known of the high-end tableware.On the domestic scene glass has for centuries been worked into fine tableware, chandeliers and ornaments.In the past this metal was often used for tableware and as a base for electroplating.Provençal green tableware, salt & pepper mills, utensils and condiments, from a selection at Divertimenti.In the past it was much used for teapots, milk jugs and other forms of tableware.Cornelia Park in the Stanford Shopping Center is a light-hearted store overflowing with eye-popping tableware, wildly painted dining furniture and glassware.