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Hi Everyone,

With the holidays upon us, I thought it would be a nice opportunity for us to share photos of our "good" china. Here are a few pieces from my Limoges set, "Silver Anniversary" by Theodore Haviland. This is the set that I display in my china cabinet. What plates do you have for special occasions?

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Very pretty set, do you have sets for sale, I am in need a a nice set, Dianne

Hi Dianne,

Thanks! I'm afraid I don't have any sets for sale right now. I did have a Nippon set a while back at my mom's house, but I'm pretty sure it sold. I'll keep you posted if I come across anything! 

Thanks

Hi group.

Fist of all: happy new 2016 to everybody!

This is from a set of six bread and butter plates I own from John Ridgway, Staffordshire. It dates from about 1835 to 1845.

Plates are 20" in diameter. Flowers are transfer-outlined and coloured by hand.

I use them in special dates to serve bombons, cookies, muffins... I hope you like it.

Thanks for looking.

Greetings: David.

What beautiful plates, David! Seems like excellent condition for their age. Thanks so much for sharing and Happy New Year to you too!

Thank you.

I have noticed a mistake in the plate's description, it's not 20" in diameter but 20cm instead, that's 7,87 inches. Sorry.

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