The Homer Laughlin China Company has announced that its range Gala, billed as the lightest ware it has ever created, is now available in seven new patterns.
The patterns complement the “dazzling” white background of the ware, which the manufacturer says is sure to please in any upscale, white-tablecloth, or banquet setting.
The new designs include Mia Gold and Mia Platinum both of which boast a single metallic band around the outer rim, and Ella Gold and Ella Platinum which feature the same band as well as an additional band around the well.
Also included are English Ivy Grey, which accents the rim with a delicate vine and leaf design, and Gossamer Gray and Gossamer Pink, which feature an intricate lacework design in a broad band around the entire rim.
As with the previous Gala products, the ware utilizes sleek design and a strong alumina-infused Ameriwhite body to offer enhanced chop resistance and heat retention.
As well as offering flair, the discreet cord edge at the top of the is a source of added strength preventing chipping from edge to edge contact.
Its rim is also artfully concave and at a higher angle for added strength and light reflection.
The company said of the new designs: “Gala already features subtle curves and angles to play with light, and now, chefs and restaurateurs can select the perfect pattern to “bring some bling” to their décor or present tables with a timeless ambiance.”