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I love dishes, and I continue to haunt thrift stores, estate sales, and other places where vintage china, dinnerware and glassware are to be found.

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More on Vintage Mikasa Halo Dinnerware

Rebecca was kind enough to send photos of her vintage Mikasa china in the Halo pattern, as a follow up to my recent post about this vintage dinnerware in the Cerastone line.

(Sorry about the grainy quality. I had a snag with the download and had to go to Plan B.)

I’ve never seen this one in my travels, though I’ve seen many of the other Cerastone pattern, and lots of vintage Mikasa in general.

When it comes to finding dishes in the secondary marketplace, having a visual image helps a lot. This china is well marked but that’s not . . . → Read More: More on Vintage Mikasa Halo Dinnerware

Tips to Help Find Elusive Dinnerware – Mikasa Halo

Mikasa Cerastone Tiki dinnerware

A question from a reader, Rebecca, started me on a search for the Halo pattern by Mikasa, part of the vintage Cerastone line. She found some pieces, and wants to add to her set.

What to do, when you’re looking for missing pieces in a vintage dinnerware pattern?

The hunt starts with finding out as much as you can about the china. Cerastone is vintage Mikasa. Many of these patterns have a decidedly retro look of the 1970s, especially those with pattern numbers in the 3000 series. Halo is No. 3190.

Cerastone is similar to English ironstone we’re familiar . . . → Read More: Tips to Help Find Elusive Dinnerware – Mikasa Halo

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