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How to Set Your Table This Autumn (1st of 3 parts)

Goodbye, Summer!  Hello, Autumn! And to spice up your table during this colorful season, we are offering a 3-part series on table setting ideas for autumn. Again, mixing and matching is the key, even for formal occasions. Try Lenox Castle … Continue reading

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Common China "Pattern" Mistakes

We’ve chronicled over the years the necessity of knowing the brand and pattern of the china you own in order to add to, replace, or sell it. If you think your china is Lenox Rutledge while it really is Lenox … Continue reading

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A List of All The Wedgwood Columbia Patterns

What do Wedgwood Florentine, Wedgwood Columbia, Lenox Hancock and Spode Trade Winds have in common? The all have different styles revolving around a similar basic design and as such, carry the same name (at least the first part of it). … Continue reading

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A List Of The China Manufacturers Based In Limoges, France.

If I had a dime for every time we are approached by customers or sellers looking to buy or sell china made by the “company Limoges”, I’d be a rich man. Folks, there is no such thing as “Limoges China”, … Continue reading

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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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The Resurgence Of Spode China in England

There's a fasicnating article out today in the UK Telegraph about the future of the English mecca of china-manufacturing, Stoke-On-Trent. Formerly the home and production center of such china stalwarts as Wedgwood Chinese Flowers and Spode Chelsea Garden, the decline … Continue reading

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How Much Is My Wedgwood Kutani Crane China Set Worth?

An important question, but one that cannot be answered. It just can't. Fine china is different than precious metals, diamonds or other commodities. These have set prices per ounce or karat which are set by certain market forces. China on … Continue reading

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Why Not Use Disposable Dinnerware Instead Of Lenox Kingston?

Indeed, why not? After all disposable dinnerware is cheap and easy, and these days comes in nice shapes and styles. To answer this question, we need to take a page from Marketing 101. Marketers have long discovered that people don't … Continue reading

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Royal Doulton Sarabande: Made In England But Popular In…….Japan?

We've noticed something interesting here at Classic Replacements. For many years, indeed centuries, the trend of china patterns and designs moved from East to West. Designs and styles popular in the Orient were picked up more and more in Europe … Continue reading

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Syracuse Sherwood Vs. Christian Dior Renaissance, Old Classic Takes On Modern Design.

It’s fascinating to browse the thousands of china patterns we have here at Classic Replacements. It’s like watching the progression of modern history in front of your eyes. Every design tells you something about the time period in which it … Continue reading

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