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I agree with enamelware. It's pretty and durable, although it will chip if you are TOO terribly rough with it.
I also really like Corelle. You can break it if you really try, but it's pretty indestructible. And pretty! And cheap. You can find vintage Corelle at garage sales and flea markets for really cheap.
The only problem with Corelle is that when they break, they REALLY break ... thousands of tiny shards go flying everywhere, and sometimes after any number of break-free drops it's just the tiniest bump that puts them over the edge of their stress tolerance. I use it, but I'm pretty wary of it with little kids.
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