A beautiful dinnerware not only adds charm to the dining table but also sets your mood for a delightful dining experience. So it is essential to invest some time in finding the best dinner set for your kitchen closet.
Here are some of the antique dinnerware collections from Wedgwood for you.
Wedgwood Dinnerware Collection
Wedgwood has created dinnerware in many beautiful patterns. Some of the antique pieces are listed below:
Wedgwood Company continued the production of this beautiful pattern for 26 years from 1972 to 1998. This lovely pattern got its name from the place where Magna Carta was sealed in 1215 by King John of England. Runnymede is the name of a meadow alongside Thames River in Surrey, England.
The blue band, white background, pink, and blue colored borders give this dinner plate a classy look. It is an ideal piece of dinnerware for formal, as well as special occasions.
Ulander Powder Blue is truly an incredible design and a part of Prestige collection of Wedgwood England. It came into existence in 1927 and is still in production. Known for its durability, this pattern was used by the former president Theodore Roosevelt at the White House.
The light blue rims and golden bands on the white-colored base of this 5 piece place setting give it a graceful look. This elegant dinner set can be made a part of your dining table on festive occasions or get together.
Produced for more than two decades, from 1957 to 1979, the Whitehall White rim pattern is another intricate design from the Wedgwood England. This 5 piece plate setting with beautiful white and gold combination is ideal for special occasions or a fancy lunch.
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