September 2004 Featured Pattern – Historic America-Brown by Johnson Brothers
In 2002, Johnson Brothers introduced a unique multi-motif china pattern that highlighted many of America’s great icons or historically significant achievements. Check at the link above for great values in a timeless pattern!
September 2004 Featured Pattern – American-Clear by Fostoria
Fostoria’s American-Clear (also known as Early American) was designed by Phillip Ebeling in 1915 and was immediately patented! Click here to order from a huge selection of pieces in this pattern!
August 2004 Featured Item – Cat Collection by Sakura China Company
Cat Collection was designed by the award winning artist Warren Kimble. Click here to view and purchase specially priced sets in this pattern!
August 2004 Featured Item – By The Sea by Sakura China Company
This wonderful china pattern features nautical images in folk art style, including lighthouses, sand dunes, ocean waves, and sail boats.
August 2004 Featured Pattern – Manoir by Villeroy and Boch
Manoir’s is a French word meaning “manor house” or “country estate.” Click here to browse and order in a beautiful pattern in the “French Provincial” style.
August 2004 Featured Pattern – Tosca by Spiegelau
Spiegelau is known for using simple design elements to create patterns that are sophisticated and elegant at once. Click here to see a great example Spiegelau craftsmanship, Tosca.
August 2004 Featured Pattern – Pilgrim by WMF Flatware
Pilgrim is characterized by durability, weightiness, and cutting edge design. Click here to purchase pieces from this hard-to-find pattern.
July 2004 Featured Item - Blue Danube by Blue Danube (Japan)
This version of Blue Danube is attributed to the German artist Johann Joachim Kandler and features symbols from the Yuan Dynasty. Click here to purchase specially priced pieces from this popular pattern.
July 2004 Featured Pattern - Starburst by Franciscan
First introduced in 1954, Starburst was produced to complement the modern 1950s lifestyle. Bold shapes, rigid lines, and a muted palette of colors combine to form this unique dinnerware tribute to the dawning of the American space age.
July 2004 Featured Pattern - Palais Versailles by Tiffin/Franciscan
Palais Versailles by Tiffin/Franciscan. “Stately”, “elegant,” and “noble” are just a few of the words that have been used to describe this beautiful collection of stemware. Click here to browse and order from a very luxurious stemware pattern.
June 2004 Featured Pattern - Dior Rose by Christian Dior
Dior Rose was created as a tribute to one of the world’s most popular fashion designers.
June 2004 Featured Pattern - Thistle by Dansk Silver
Thistle is one of our most popular flatware patterns. Very much like stainless sculpture, this pattern will make an impression on family and friends alike.
June 2004 Featured Items - Queen’s Plain by Wedgwood
Wedgwood’s Queen’s Plain luncheon/accent plates make a unique addition to almost any casual dinnerware service. This month, Replacements, Ltd. is offering them at a special value price. Click here to learn more.
Royal Winton Chintz Inventory
We’ve recently received a great selection of pieces in many of the beautiful chintz patterns made by the Royal Winton Company. Click here to order from a great assortment of beautiful pieces!
May 2004 Special Feature - Old Country Roses by Royal Albert 5-Piece Place Setting
As a special feature this month, we are showcasing the five-piece place setting from Royal Albert’s Old Country Roses.