Category Archives: Fitz and Floyd

Dinner Sets That Make Your Food Look More Tempting

It is no surprise that the first thing that your guests would notice on a dining table is your dinner set. Decorating your table with some best cutleries is the half work done to impress your guests. It helps in … Continue reading

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Fitz and Floyd Cloisonné Peony

Fitz and Floyd was founded by Pat Fitzpatrick and Bob Floyd in Dallas in 1960.  It started out as an import company.  From importing ceramic products, they decided to make their own and now, more than 50 years later, the … Continue reading

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Our Visit To The NY Tabletop Show 4/14/11 – Part 1

This week is the April Tabletop show in Manhattan and we stopped by the NY Merchandise Mart at 41 Madison Ave. yesterday to check out the recent doings of our favorite brands. There was a nice crowd at the show, … Continue reading

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How Breakable Is Fine Bone China?

The short answer? Fine Bone china is from the sturdiest porcelain available. Hard to believe isn't it? But it's the truth nonetheless. The myth persists that fine china is easily broken and very fragile. This is one of the reasons … Continue reading

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Does Lenox Versailles China Have Anything To Do With It's Namesake?

Have you ever wondered how china and tableware companies get the names for their patterns? True, it's not high on the need to know list, but have you never been curious if Lenox Versailles china has anything to do with … Continue reading

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