Bormioli Rocco Murano Dessert Plates - Tempered Glass, Set of 6
About Bormioli Rocco Murano Dessert Plates - Tempered Glass, Set of 6
Closeouts. Smoky cobalt-blue wisps are the star of these Bormioli Rocco Murano dessert plates -- well, at least until the main event arrives -- durable in chip-resistant tempered glass.
Specs about Bormioli Rocco Murano Dessert Plates - Tempered Glass, Set of 6
- Weight: 5 lb.
- Material: Tempered glass
- Diameter: 7-7/8"
- Dishwasher safe: Yes
- Made in Spain
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Barbara from Ithaca, NY on Monday, January 29, 2018I have bought the entire set So pretty and well made
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Lynn likes blue glass from california on Friday, January 19, 2018I liked the plates, but several were broken due to poor packaging. They were eventually replaced.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chicago from chicago on Tuesday, January 9, 2018Good for salad or dessert. My son breaks a lot of dishes and bowls, these are inexpensive for him to break.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by BeckynotinBoerne from CO on Wednesday, August 16, 2017I now have 24 of these! Great for party plates as well as dessert or breakfast. Sturdy, but not as thick and clunky as Bormioli's murano glasses. They are only slightly curved, which allows more usable space on the plate.
Absolutely cannot beat the Sierra price, either!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sue from Leesburg, VA on Monday, May 8, 2017Bought a complete set for twelve for myself. Liked them so much, I bought a complete set for each of my two grandsons. I use them all the time; they are not fragile.
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I believe I heard from the company and they are micro safe. Besides aging I have chemo brain, but i am sure I did not dream this...I am sure it is an accurate memory. I have had no problem with these plates and I love them.
Yes, I have used all my plates and bowls from this set in the microwave to reheat - on high, defrost, low, etc. I can't say I have ever actually COOKED anything on this tempered glass, ie -- any serious length of time; but minutes are fine, just use a hot pad to handle the glass when removing from microwave. I love my set but I will mention that sharp knives mar the surface of the glass and you can see the cuts going in all directions -- so disappointing, as with tempered glass supposedly being harder, I did not anticipate this as a problem. You can use a regular dinner knife for soft cutting, but never a steak knife to use any pressure. Hope this helps.
I have used my various bowls and plates in the microwave on high with no problem, Maria. Use a hot pad when removing the glassware from the oven.
These should be fine in the microwave, but we suggest using caution as they may come out hot.