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Lovers of Tea Parties in Training

Over time, I've hosted many tea parties and taught my granddaughter the joys. But, for the past three years, I've hosted a sort of end-of-s…

Started by Ellene Meece

26 yesterday
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Porcelain China ~ FUN with FRUIT

Lillian Dunbar began the conversation with photos and comments and titled it FUN WITH FRUIT. Several people joined in so I thought it merit…

Started by Ellene Meece

1 on Thursday
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This discussion is open for everyone to add your favorite tea cup photo every Tuesday. It can be from your own collection or store...or it…

Started by Ellene Meece

188 on Thursday
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Are You a BLUE & WHITE Collector?

Not only do collectors search for patterns, manufacturers and styles...they sometimes collect by color. Blue&White Collectors are a gre…

Started by Ellene Meece

51 on Thursday
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Museums for Porcelain China

Have you visited museums where antique china was displayed and their history explained? Great Britain is probably the richest in these but…

Started by Ellene Meece

9 on Wednesday
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Up-cycling China

Now when I say up-cycling china, I mean old broken or orphaned or otherwise unusable china! My sentimental roots can't envision a good cond…

Started by Ellene Meece

29 Sep 7
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Tea time in Paris France

Started by Donna Cook

8 Sep 6
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T & V Limoges Cups and Saucers! Unique and Elegant

Tressemanes and Vogt was a porcelain factory in the Limoges region of France, creating beautiful, one-of-a-kind porcelain from approximatel…

Started by Elaine Sloan

9 Sep 5
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Souvenir of Utica, NY but made in Germany

Demi-tasse size china cup, and why the post office of all places? How the PO looked when the cup was made and a view of today's PO.

Started by Lillian Dunbar

4 Aug 30
Reply by Elaine Sloan

Antique Imari Style Fluted Scalloped Teacup

Wondering if anyone recognizes this pattern, only marked with the #950. Probably English, Imari Style Pattern Thank you so kindly!

Started by Michelle Eagle

3 Aug 30
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