hollowware

or hol·lo·ware

[hol-oh-wair]

noun

silver dishes, as serving dishes, having some depth (distinguished from flatware).

Origin of hollowware

First recorded in 1675–85; hollow + ware1
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Related Words for hollowware

tableware, cutlery, flatware, service

British Dictionary definitions for hollowware

hollowware

noun

hollow articles made of metal, china, etc, such as pots, jugs, and kettlesCompare flatware (def. 2)
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