Chrysanthemum by Tiffany & Co.
Originally called Indian Chrysanthemum, this pattern was designed by Charles Grosjean and released in 1880. Chrysanthemum represents one of the last great designs of the Victorian period.
Collectible Figurines by Armani
If you are looking for something distinct, unique, and eye-catching, then look no further than these figurines that have been designed and produced by Giuseppe Armani.
Collectible - Carousel Animals by Lenox
Carousel Animals is a spirited collection of figurines that captures the wonderment and excitement of the carousel. Each item features fine porcelain, hand-painting, and 24 karat gold accents.
Collectible - Puma by Boehm
This month, we are featuring a rare piece from the Malvern Studios at Boehm. Originally designed in 1975, Puma is the second in a line of figurines that captures the beauty of various endangered wildlife species.
Featured Item - Sterling Mint Julep Cups and Collectible Kentucky Derby Glassware
Click here to read an interesting history of the mint julep and to browse our collection of collectible sterling and glassware mint julep cups.
Featured China – Special Promotion Wedgwood China
Via a special purchase, Replacements, Ltd. has acquired a number of unique dinnerware and gift pieces in your favorite Wedgwood patterns. Each item is being offered at significantly reduced prices. Some over 90% off!
Featured Crystal – Regalta by Gorham Crystal
This classic pattern is elegant, simple, and complements a large number of china and silver patterns.
Featured Flatware – Poppies on Blue by Lenox
This beautiful flatware was inspired by one of Lenox’s most popular china patterns, Poppies on Blue. Click here to learn more.
Featured Collectible – Garden Birds Figurines by Lenox
This beautiful collection of porcelain figurines showcases various North American birds modeled in their natural habitat. The collection was first introduced in 1985 and has since become one of Lenox’s most popular collectible lines.
Featured Collectible – Character Jugs by Royal Douton
What we now call a character jug was actually derived from an earlier form of drinking vessel that was commonly called the “Toby jug.” Click here to order in a great selection of very fun pieces that are also great values.
April 2005 Featured Item - 9-Piece Sterling Silver Tea Set by Bixby Silver Company
An extremely rare find, Bixby Silver Company’s "1285" tea service is certain to be the delight of any silver collector, or someone simply looking for a REALLY great set.
April 2005 Featured Pattern - New York Taxi by Studio Nova
This delightful pattern features a stoneware body that is decorated with a striking black and yellow design – the traditional colors of the New York taxi system.
April 2005 Featured Pattern - Monkey by American Atelier China
This jungle-inspired pattern features a border that is decorated with a bamboo rim and monkey centers. This pattern is especially fun for children or animal lovers. Check it out!
April 2005 Featured Collectible - Caithness Glass
The Caithness design group set out to produce art glass, with many of their designs being inspired by Scotland’s pastoral landscapes. Click here for a great collection of beautiful Caithness Glass giftware and paperweights.
April 2005 Featured Collectible - Mother’s Day Plates by Bing and Grondahl
Mothers and grandmothers love these plates, and the fact that they make great accent pieces for china cabinets!