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Vintage Johann Haviland Bavaria Blue Garland...
Johann Haviland China Blue Garland china pattern, pompadour shape made in Bavaria Germany. Vintage Johann... See Details
SALE - Vintage Nasco HIGHLAND ROSE Dinnerware...
Vintage Nasco HIGHLAND ROSE Dinnerware 22pc Set fine china. Romantic Cottage Chic style!! Scatterings of beautiful... See Details
Wedgewood china, Wedgwood dinnerware, Carisbr...
Wedgewood china: Instant collection! This is a group of six plates from Wedgwood in the dainty Carisbrooke... See Details
Turquoise ceramic dinner plates - personalize...
This is a unique set of plates. They are glazed in turquoise with a homemade glaze. (I also make this set in an... See Details
Custom Dinnerware Made to Order
Have you always wanted a One-of-a kind set of dinnerware but did not know where to start? Here's your chance!... See Details
1930s Theodore Haviland Art Deco Fine China P...
Offering several beautiful Theodore Haviland plates. We are giving you the option of buying 1 or more, depending on... See Details
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Created by Amanda Hunt
Since we remodeled the dining room we are re-thinking our formal wear. We like clean and classic lines (love Art Deco) and lots of white space. This palette with purple and blue hues makes us think these would make terrific accent colors. I tossed in a Christmas bowl since, well, you can't expect color coordination at Christmas! Ha!Average: 0
Created by Mike Samsel
Many ways to keep your table interesting!Average: 0
Your tabletop is where a good amount of time is spent with your guests and the dinnerware is an intimate part of that experience. We believe dinnerware is as much about style than anything recommend you give thought to what you want the setting to say.
You might start with level of formality. Yes, there are two large groups, formal and casual, but within those there is a good deal of formality latitude. The level you choose should probably reflect your personal style as much as anything and not clash with everything else you are planning for the meal. Next you might consider styles and colors that can work with your other tabletop items such as bowls and serving trays. Part of your style consideration might include different ethnic types; perhaps a square Japanese plate if you serve fish or sushi or thicker white porcelain for a more northern European look.
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