I would say that it depends on the people in your office.
If it's anything like mine, I wouldn't bring anything that I cared about, or in any way wanted back. We have a small kitchen that is shared by 4 small departments (totalling about 50 to 60 people), and everything in it either gets abused or broken very quickly. Anything nice walks out the door.
One of the small departments has supplied a microwave and toaster oven, on which they constantly are taping signs complaining that if no one helps keep them clean, they will be taken back.
There are two company supplied refrigerators and two coffee maker that only get cleaned when they get beyond disgusting, and then another note us posted in futility about keeping them clean.
But in an effort to be helpful and a bit green, a few microwave safe plates, bowls, and cups are useful instead of everyone using paper and plastic. A supply of metal utensils are also good. However, some people use them and just leave them in the sink. I guess they're expecting their mom to come in and clean up for them.