Herend Porcelain – Beautiful Hungarian Porcelain
Some of the most sought after collectibles at Replacements are splendid figurines from Herend. These pieces radiate the design sophistication and quality for which the Herend Company has become known.
Marabella by Gorham – 45-piece Set
This month’s flatware set feature, Marabella by Gorham Silver, is a high-quality stainless steel pattern with a glossy finish and an understated symmetrical, beveled design. This classy pattern works in a wide range of decors.
Nautilus by Wedgwood – Great Specials In Shell-Themed Pieces!
Wedgwood created Nautilus to provide perfect shell-themed accent pieces for the very popular Oceanside whiteware china pattern, but these pieces are also PERFECT accents for a memorable summer evening cocktail party or dinner, and at very affordable prices.
Oceanside by Wedgwood – Embossed Shell Design, Excellent Values!
Each piece in this all white pattern is made of high-quality white bone china with beautifully embossed fan-shaped shell designs. Setting a table with bone whiteware pieces creates unlimited options for linens, fresh flowers, and colorful accents pieces.
Seascape by Midwinter Pottery – Beautiful Ocean-Themed Stoneware
This beautiful stoneware design is done in Midwinter’s famous "Stonehenge" shape. Pieces in this pattern feature symmetrical, creamware bodies and brown highlights, with each piece being trimmed a rustic brown that highlights sand-colored shell images.
Lighthouse by Thomson Pottery, 4-Pc. Place Settings and More
This beautifully crafted pattern features bold shapes in quality white porcelain, with smooth rims decorated with lighthouses, seagulls, and sailboats. Cool ocean blues create a perfect background for crisp black and white renderings of lighthouses.
Lenox Presents Disney’s Under the Sea Ornament Tree
Inspired by Disney’s timeless full length animated feature, The Little Mermaid, this gorgeous 9" tall ornament tree is done in Lenox’s trademark ivory colored porcelain and is decorated with 12 iconic ornaments from the beloved movie.
American Bird Porcelain Figurines by Boehm – Must See
Our collectible feature for this month highlights the sculpture artistry of Edward Marshall Boehm. Boehm drew much inspiration from flora and fauna that appeared on the banks of the Delaware River.
Baluster II by Gorham – 90-Piece Set
This month we offer an astonishing value in a 90-piece Gorham stainless flatware set in the redoubtable Baluster II pattern. For about the price of dinner for two, you can acquire a really nice 90-piece flatware set that will last a lifetime.
Huge Lenox “After Easter” Sale, Great Easter Items!
The Lenox Easter-themed giftware and collectible pieces featured here are great examples of the quality legacy built by Walter Scott Lenox. Start here to browse and order in these great specials
Catch The Wave – Indigo Blue Transferware – Very Trendy Tableware!
Recently we’ve noticed the resurgence in the popularity of blue transferware patterns. To order these specially-priced pieces, and pieces in other popular blue transferware patterns, start here. You’ll find images, a complete list of available specially-priced pieces, as well as links to complete inventory lists for each pattern.
Antique-Dark Blue by Lenox Crystal, Colonial Period Design
Pieces in this blown glass pattern are noted for square-shaped bowls decorated with a series of panels atop symmetrical stems and simple round bases. The simplicity and elegance of Antique-Dark Blue is an example of colonial-style applied art.
Classic Collectibles – Garden Birds by Lenox
The Garden Birds line was first introduced in 1985 and has since become a very popular collectible line for Lenox, with each piece in the collection being painstakingly hand-crafted.
More Collectibles – Garden Flowers by Lenox
This line of collectible figurines was introduced in 1988. The first flower in the series is the simple but elegant “Tea Rose.” Other selections include the magnolia, cattleya orchid, and the gerbera daisy.
More Great Collectibles – Miniature Ladies by Royal Doulton
Miniature Ladies is based on another line of figurines first designed by Royal Doulton in 1913. The figurines, known then as "Pretty Ladies" or "Fair Ladies," showcased women’s fashion from bygone times.