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Great Gifts For The Hostess, Part 3

Our ever popular series continues: Lenox Courtyard Platinum – All Purpose Bowl Lenox Diamond Solitaire – Coffee pot Lenox Federal Cobalt – Soup Tureen Lenox Federal Gold – Salt & Pepper Set Lenox Fruits Of Life – Lamp Lenox Landmark … Continue reading

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Your Most Frustrating China-Buying Experience

In our constant quest to improve our service to our customers, we often ask for your comments on your previous experience buying china and the difficulties you may have encountered so that we can learn from others mistakes (WE never … Continue reading

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Can China and Crystal Be Made Kosher For Passover?

This time of year, many Jewish customers turn to us with an ironic dilemma. On the one hand what better night to showcase your entire line of beautiful china and crystal than the night of Passover, during the premier meal … Continue reading

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You’ve Made Platinum: Top Platinum and Silver China Patterns

Continuing our hugely popular series on popular color-based china patterns (how can an article on “popular” china patterns NOT be popular ;)), today we focus on platinum heavy patterns. Yes, I know platinum is just a fancy way of saying … Continue reading

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Iconic Crystal Company Steuben Going Out of Business

Today brings the sad news of the closing of the last remaining factory of Steuben glass. I’ll leave it to another time to delve into Steuben’s rich history and unparallelled innovation and craftsmanship. The point of this post? To reassure … Continue reading

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Which China Trim Do You Love?

When deciding which china pattern to purchase, people take into consideration many factors: Price, Quality and most of all, Design. Now design means the style and motif of the pattern, does it not? Yes it does. But what motivates people … Continue reading

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Lenox Hancock China, Presidential Collection. What Does IT Mean?

Names are more than just words, they are the handle that allow us to wield and use what we have correctly. If you need a jackhammer but don’t know what it’s called, good luck trying to buy one in Home … Continue reading

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How To Identify Second Quality China

Quality control is important in every industry. Manufacturers want to make sure customers receive what they are promised and are happy enough with the quality of their products to keep coming back. Since there is no way to completely eliminate … Continue reading

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The History Of China Backstamps – What They Mean and How To Read Them.

The definition of a backstamp on china is simple: The markings on the back or underneath a piece of china which contain information about that particular piece. For example, if you have a Wedgwood Cavendish dinner plate, it is most … Continue reading

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The Many Different Uses Of Wedgwood Osborne China Pieces

The dishes we serve vary widely. So do the dishes they are served on. There are many different size plates, bowls and cups in most china patterns, allowing you to choose what fits your meal best. Let's go through some … Continue reading

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