by Donna M. Airoldi | May 10, 2011

Patterned dinnerware sets remain a popular trend, and to meet the ongoing demand for creative designs and colors to keep tables hot with something besides food, Hinda Incentives has added an assortment of new patterned dinnerware sets to its award collection.

Two of these new patterns are part of the Corelle Vive line, a new selection of glass dinnerware from the brand long known for its durability. (Corelle, originally founded by Corning, but now manufactured and distributed by World Kitchen out of Rosemont, IL, just celebrated its 40th anniversary in 2010.)

The Vive Nouveau set has classic paisley printing in black, gray, and white colors. The chic pattern is on trend with modern motifs in neutral color combinations. For more pop, try Corelle’s Flo set, which features a contemporary geometric design with broad appeal. Blue graphics cascade across the wide-rim plate, giving a sense of movement and style.

The Corelle Vive line is exceptionally durable and made of the company’s trademarked Vitrelle glass, which is created by laminating three layers of glass together to create lightweight yet break- and chip-resistant dinnerware. So confident is Corelle in the Vive line’s resistance to damage that its sets come with a three-year limited break and chip warranty, which also ensures against scratches and patterns fading. The line is microwave and dishwasher safe as well, and designed for easy stacking.

Each 16-piece set comes with a complete table setting for four, including four wide-rimmed 10-3/4” dinner plates, four 8-1/2” lunch plates, four 18-oz. soup/cereal bowls, and four 11-oz. stoneware mugs. Both the Nouveau and Flo sets retail for $59.99.

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