How To Care For Your Juliska China

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Wondering how to care for your Juliska china? We have the scoop. Juliska

flatware is dishwasher safe. As for lighting, be sure to clean with a damp,

dry cloth. And, of course, turn the lamp off before cleaning. As for mouth

blown glassware and stoneware ceramics, try these tips from Juliska:

 

MOUTH BLOWN GLASSWARE

Juliska glass is mouth-blown by artisans in the hills outside Prague. The

unique composition of Juliska glass allows it to be blown especially thin,

making the glass an unexpected pleasure to drink from and to handle.

Being handmade, no two pieces of Juliska are identical. Each has its own

individual character – small bubbles, slight color and size variations.

Uniqueness is thus guaranteed. Each piece of Juliska glass is individually

signed, as a guarantee of its authenticity and quality. Juliska glass is lead-
free.

Care:

Most pieces are residential dishwasher-safe on a warm, gentle cycle with

a mild detergent. Hand wash large, highly decorated or hand painted

(Emerson or Landon Collections) pieces.

 

STONEWARE CERAMICS

Our Portuguese stoneware ceramics echo the same rich depth of color and

artisanal production as Juliska glassware. We have developed a variety of

exquisite transparent, opaque, and metallic glazes on a tough Portuguese

stoneware body. All are lead free and each has the same tough durability

to handle the most demanding everyday use.

 

Care:

Our stoneware can go straight from the freezer into the oven on 500

degrees – also guaranteed for microwave and dishwasher use. Stoneware

is highly resistant to chipping.

 

COLETTE HAND PRESSED GLASSWARE

Care:

Dishwasher-safe. Not intended for microwave use.

 

View more information on Juliska.com

Love,

Lily

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