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Best-Selling Holiday Products

We’ve put together a list of some of our hottest selling items this season. While we recognize that you come to our site for the vast array of china and crystal patterns such as Wedgwood Persia, Villeroy and Boch Design … Continue reading

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China Fit For A President

I’m sure you spend your days worrying about this. What china is used in the White House? Is it china named after presidents such as Lenox McKinley (for Republicans) and Lenox Jefferson (for Democrats)? Is it perhaps expensive, designer sets … Continue reading

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Better Not Wait For Next Year To Replace Your Broken China

Now that the holiday meals are mostly over, it’s time to take inventory. How many Baccarat Massena glasses were shattered by the lovely grand-kids? How many Royal Doulton Biltmore dinner plates became plate shards and how many Lenox Autumn platters … Continue reading

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All The Variations Of The Wedgwood Florentine Pattern.

Some china and crystal patterns bear a name that is exclusive to them. For example Lenox Charleston, Lenox Moonspun and Lenox Hancock china are the only china patterns with that name (although there may be variations due to the trim … Continue reading

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Is Fine China Expensive? No Way!

Fine china has the reputation of being a bit pricey. Even though a place setting of Lenox Charleston or Lenox Moonspun are in the $100 range, the stereotype remains. We beg to differ. We believe that even pricier brands such … Continue reading

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How To Sell China For The Most Money.

Why would a china replacements company talk about selling china dishes when we obviously want you to buy china from us? The answer is simple. In order for us to sell you such popular patterns as Lenox Hancock, Lenox Moonspun … Continue reading

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Can Varga Crystal Be Used In The Microwave?

From The Mailbag: Q: I have crystal patterns from such manufacturers as Varga Crystal, William Yeoward Crystal and Portieux. Can I use them in the microwave? A: I assume you have some sort of dish which you would like to … Continue reading

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The Challenges & Joys Of The Replacement China Industry. Part 2

Our jobs can be exciting sometimes but all too often they can be boring and uninspired. Somebody does have to keep the books, no? But when someone is lucky enough to work at a job where there is the ability … Continue reading

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The Challenges & Joys Of The Replacement China Industry. Part 1

It's been five plus years since we started Classic Replacements. Five tumultuous years. Since then we've moved from being a home-based operation with fifty or so patterns to our new, spacious warehouse and office complex. We've added staff, thousands of … Continue reading

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The Jewish Plate Breaking Tradition

It's become a “tradition” here at Classic Replacements to write about all the various customs and rituals in different religions and cultures which involve the breaking of plates or glasses (See our Greek wedding post). After all, we are in … Continue reading

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