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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…

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Springtime Beauty Tea Cups

Donna's "Spring time beauty - bone china Demitasse cup and saucer with Pansies" inspired me to start a discussion on that topic! Bring on t…

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11 16 hours ago
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Collecting Tea Pots

"Why teapots? Why not other standard ceramic forms - vases, platters, pitchers or bowls? In part it’s because teapots are multidimensional…

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Fancy China Goes on a Picnic

Do you only take your plastic or paper dishes on a picnic? What about packing in some lovely porcelain china for a change of pace? Wrap the…

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Collecting Antique Chocolate Pots

Early chocolate pots were made of precious metals such as silver and copper. Later porcelain pots were made popular in Limoges France, wher…

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SPRING Tablescapes with Vintage China

I realize that it is still February but the temps did go up for a few days so I'm dreaming SPRING! Nothing at all prettier that vintage chi…

Started by Ellene Meece

24 Apr 17
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Just a Word about Meissen

Meissen "Meissen is a town in Germany where porcelain has been made since 1710. Any china made in the town can be called Meissen, althoug…

Started by Ellene Meece

0 Apr 11

And the Highest Bidder Is...

Sometimes I like to peek in on auctions and record sales to see what some pieces of porcelain china are selling for. What's the highest pri…

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3 Apr 11
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Thomas Sevres Bavaria

The first porcelain factory in the town of Marktredwitz opened in the year 1872 and was known under the name of Porzellanfabrik Jaeger, Tho…

Started by Ellene Meece

7 Apr 10
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Collecting English Chintz

English Chintz Chintz 101: The Basics "Named for the colorful patterns printed on cotton fabric produced in India in the late 17th century…

Started by Ellene Meece

5 Apr 6
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