Mother’s Day is Coming – Use Your Pretty China

Brigadoon by Royal Albert is a Scotland-inspired pattern with the thistle motif in blue, pink and leaves in tones of green. Gold rims and details just add to the classic, fancy appeal of this fine bone china dinnerware. Beautiful china like this is also the perfect kind of dinnerware for your special Mother’s Day lunch […]

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vintage Noritake relish dish

Vintage Noritake Relish Dish – Easter or Anytime

China serving dishes made specifically to serve relish trays are not as common today as they were in the 1950s, 1960s and 1970s. If you are looking for the fine china and glass versions of this dinnerware, many times you will be heading for the secondary marketplace. Many relish dishes were made as an oval […]

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Buffet Table Setting Tips – Setting Up The Room

By Karen L. Talavera Our first guest post by a fellow Ezinearticles author, Karen Talavera, who has a website devoted to holiday and dinner parties. Easter, Mother’s Day and other spring events are coming. You’ve chosen your menu and the beautiful dishes, glassware and flatware you will use for the meal. Setting up the room […]

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Wedding table settings – vintage china makes memories

Weddings – in June or any other time – celebrate traditions important to family and friends. Vintage china, carefully selected to complement a wedding theme, can add meaning and beauty to your engagement party, rehearsal dinner or a wedding banquet. If the wedding will feature a big dinner, consider using vintage dinnerware on the head […]

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Summer Entertaining – Add the Right Dishes

Summer entertaining time is here, and so are the sales on china and dinnerware. You’re thinking about serving corn on the cob, watermelon slices, iced tea and ice cream. Do you have the right pieces? Here are some items to look for, to add to your tableware set in time for summer parties. Corn holders. […]

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Mother’s Day: Top 5 Gifts for Moms Who Love Vintage

What to get for your vintage-loving Mom for Mother’s Day ? It can be a challenge, but here are some ideas: Use her kitchen theme as a starting point. Does she have a flower, a color or an animal as her common thread? If she likes chickens, for example, look for a cookie jar, mugs […]

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