Some bloopers are often made when people are shopping for crockery.
The first mistake that is becoming more frequent is when people looking for crockery decide based on how the products look like and nothing else matters to them. This is where you simply buy the most beautiful pieces, without bothering to understand whether they are ideal in other ways as well or not. The beauty of certain items may hide a simple but dangerous truth from your bare eyes: these pieces could be made of low quality materials which are not durable and are too easy to break. Items can become inappropriate by different means, even if the aesthetics are OK. You may have the feeling that we wanted to say ‘aesthetics don’t matter’, but they do. When it comes to crockery, it is extremely tricky to make a right decision, especially because we are all inclined to look on aesthetics only, instead of the entire ‘package’. If you have already taken everything else into account, you should consider beauty but in the sense that you should think of how long it will stay as beautiful as it is when the product is still new. Even if you notice the beauty of some products on the shelves, it’s still possible that this beauty disappears within weeks. It may be thus inadvisable to pay more for these sorts of items based on their perceived beauty, especially because you can’t tell if the beauty is of the long lasting variety or not.
Another mistake that is made by a lot of people is that they don’t consider the size of certain products. We have seen seemingly high quality and beautiful pieces that, however, are of outrageously small sizes being sold in stores. This is a great marketing strategy, because observing the looks and the quality you won’t even think of the size. These situations usually end like the client observes that something about the recently bought products is not in place.
You can easily end up being in ridiculous and shameful situations, such as the coffee cups you bought are too small to contain a minimal portion of coffee and your friends will need plenty of refills until they can actually drink as much coffee as they intended. Of course, your friends won’t simply admit that they need refills and will leave your home with bad memories. You could even be accused of having bought such small pieces in a bid to ‘save’ on resources: knowing that well-cultured people won’t ask for refills or second servings. The main point we are making here is this: you have to look at the practical considerations (like size) when buying these sorts of items.
Try not to assume that price tags somewhat identify quality crockery. While sometimes prices are put high due to quality, other times it’s just a scam or a fake advertising based on naivety. A lot of people, especially from the upper-class customers, have a common incorrect belief, according to which prices identify quality entirely, almost as a guarantee for the quality of the product. In practice, things work differently. If you are looking for crockery, you need to have your own ideas and principles according to which you can make the best decision.
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