Monthly Archives: February 2011

The Next Trend In Dinnerware: Bing & Grondahl Seagull?

It would be interesting to determine the prevailing taste today with regard to china styles. Obviously there are no scientific studies available to come to a definitive conclusion, but by studying what china companies manufacture today, we can judge what … Continue reading

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Coalport Blue Wheat Or Rachel Bilson Edie Rose For Lenox. Does Celebrity Power Add To Your Table?

This week brings the news that celebrity Rachel Bilson will create a line of china dishes for Lenox called Edie Rose. This is just the latest of many famous names to collaborate with established brand companies and lend their name … Continue reading

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Does Wedgwood Ever Discontinue China?

There is a misconception out there that needs to be cleared up. Ever since companies in the tableware industry began swallowing each other up, there's a tendency to think that they operate the same way. Which is often not the … Continue reading

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Royal Doulton Carlyle – Antique, Vintage or Just Plain Discontinued?

Marketers love adjectives. A sale? Blah. A Valentine’s Day Sale? That’s something else altogether. That tells the customer that this particular sale in this particular store will make their Valentine’s Day and without it, their life will be incomplete. The … Continue reading

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