Connoisseurs of fine tableware know the Zrike brand well. Raymond Zrike’s dinnerware and giftware company got its start in 1983 when Zrike began importing little-known European brands recognized by their artistry and high quality. Zrike dinnerware is made of fine ceramics and bone china, contracting with well-known designers to bring fresh imagery to Zrike dishes and tableware. Some of Zrike’s most popular dish and giftware collections feature brightly designed mugs, often themed to celebrate holidays or hobbi ... Learn more about Zrikees. Zrike dinnerware and dishes make great gifts for loved ones or yourself. ... Less
Reviewed by ab2014 from California on Thursday, June 25, 2015
these bowls are as nice as the pictures - when you see them upclose the light catches in the them beautifully.
only gripe is that the stickers on the bottom were glued on so tight that we couldnt get them out after even two washes.
Reviewed by NadjaCS from San Jose, CA on Monday, January 26, 2015
I loved them in the photographs. They have a nice retro feel to the colors and pattern, and the price was right. I still *like* them in person but they look and feel a little cheaper than I expected. My husband particularly didn't like the visible seam in the glass. I'm still going to use them. I think they are fine -- they also have survived the dishwasher with no chips or problems. But they really are probably just OK, nothing special.
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