Our Most Popular Patterns
Follow the link below to browse our “Top 20” most popular patterns from renowned companies like Lenox, Mikasa, Noritake, Oneida, Pfaltzgraff, and Wedgwood. These iconic tableware designs are great examples of brilliant tableware artistry – browse and enjoy!
Top 20 Best-Selling Lenox Patterns
Founded in 1889, Lenox China is a great American success story. By the end of the 20th century, about half the china set on dinner tables in the U.S. was made by Lenox! The 20 popular Lenox patterns listed at the link above are gorgeous – be sure to have a look.
Top 20 Best-Selling Mikasa Patterns
In the early 1930s, Mikasa was established as an international trading company based in Secaucus, New Jersey. Mikasa has continued to leverage the momentum it has built over the decades since its inception, in part due to stylish and versatile tableware designs like the ones listed at the link above.
Top 20 Best-Selling Noritake Patterns
Noritake was founded in 1876 as “Morimura Brothers” by Baron Ichizaemon Morimura IV and Yutaka Morimura. Today, Noritake remains one of the world's largest manufacturers of tableware with production facilities located around the world. These popular Noritake patterns are magnificent!
Top 20 Best-Selling Oneida Patterns
Oneida, Ltd. grew out of the original Oneida Community founded in upstate New York by John Humphrey Noyes in 1848. Today, Oneida, Ltd. is positioned to continue being a leader in the tableware industry for generations to come. Follow the link above to browse our 20 most popular Oneida flatware designs.
Top 20 Best-Selling Pfaltzgraff Patterns
The Pfaltzgraff Pottery Company was founded in America by German immigrants. Over the years, the company has grown to include glassware and flatware, and remains as a leader in the American dinnerware market. Click the link to explore our most popular Pfaltzgraff tableware designs – they’re stunning!
Top 20 Best-Selling Wedgwood Patterns
Wedgwood is one of the oldest and most respected companies producing china today. These 20 popular patterns are great examples of the culture of quality that has been present at Wedgwood for more than 250 years.
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