Sudden Temperature shift
Do not subject your porcelain to sudden extreme temperature changes like adding ice-cold water to a hot dish, which may result in thermal shock then propagating cracks easily.
Direct Heat Sources
Do not use direct sources of flames on the dishes as flames concentrate the heat in one spot and break the dishes.
Our porcelain dinnerware is fired at over 2,300°F and is safe to use in the oven at high temperatures. We recommend heating your oven to 450 °F. Always use mitts to remove hot dishes from the oven.
Our dinnerware is microwave safe and will become hot during heating—exercise caution when removing items from the microwave.
Glazed porcelain dinnerware is non-stick there for easy to clean. You can either wash your dishes by hand or use the dishwasher.
Avoid using heavy-duty detergents, scouring powders, and steel wool pads as they are abrasive and will damage your dinnerware.