Scandinavian classics and still available to buy today – the Adam and Eva dinnerware by Stig Lindberg.
That's right, masculine and feminine dinnerware, but to be honest, there's very little difference between the two 1959 designs. The Eva has the white spots on a red background, while the Adam goes for a monochrome 'cobalt blue' dots in the white background (see an image of that over the page).
All the pieces are made from bone china, which are dishwasher and microwave safe and all are marked with the year of manufacture by maker Gustavsbergs Porslinsfabrik. Prices? Well, that varies depending on your choice of large or small plate, tea cup or coffee cup. But the entry level cost is just over 36 Euros per piece.