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PORCELAIN (also known as china or fine china) is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including clay in the form of kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 °C (2,192 °F) and 1,400 °C (2,552 °F). The toughness, strength, and translucence of porcelain arises mainly from the formation of glass and the mineral mullite within the fired body at these high temperatures.

Porcelain derives its present name from the old Italian porcellana (cowrie shell) because of its resemblance to the translucent surface of the shell. Porcelain can informally be referred to as "china" or "fine china" in some English-speaking countries, as China was the birthplace of porcelain making. Properties associated with porcelain include low permeability and elasticity; considerable strength, hardness, toughness, whiteness, translucency and resonance; and a high resistance to chemical attack and thermal shock.

BONE CHINA is a type of soft-paste porcelain that is composed of bone ash, feldspathic material, and kaolin. It has been defined as ware with a translucent body containing a minimum of 30% of phosphate derived from animal bone and calculated calcium phosphate. Developed by English potter Josiah Spode, bone china is known for its high levels of whiteness and translucency, and very high mechanical strength and chip resistance. Its high strength allows it to be produced in thinner cross-sections than other types of porcelain.

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  • 392 Porcelain Dinnerware Sets - houzz.
  • Armorial ware - or heraldic china (and a variety of other terms) are ceramics decorated with a coat of arms, either that of a family, or an institution or place.
  • Blue Willow China - "The Willow Pattern: History and Lore."
  • Blue Willow China Buying Guide - "Blue Willow china is the most popular pattern of china ever made, as well as the most famous."
  • BONE CHINA - type of porcelain that is composed of bone ash, feldspathic material, and kaolin.
  • Capodimonte porcelain - (sometimes "Capo di Monte") is porcelain created by the Capodimonte porcelain manufactory (Real Fabbrica di Capodimonte), which operated in Naples, Italy, between 1743 and 1759. Capodimonte is the most outstanding factory for early Italian porcelain, the Doccia porcelain of Florence being the other main Italian factory. Capodimonte is most famous for its moulded figurines.
  • Carrack porcelain - Chinese blue-and-white export pieces from the reign of the emperor Wan-li (1573–1620) during the Ming period.
  • Charger (table setting) - are larger plates used during full course dinners or to dress up special events like parties and weddings.
  • Chelsea porcelain factory - the first important porcelain manufactory in England, established around 1743-45, and operating independently until 1770, when it was merged with Derby porcelain.
  • The Reagan state china service was modeled on Woodrow Wilson's china and features the seal of the president of the United States in burnished gold on an ivory background with a border of scarlet. The china was manufactured in the United States by Lenox, and selected by First Lady Nancy Reagan.
  • China Room - one of the rooms on the Ground Floor of the White House, the home of the President of the United States. The White House's collection of state china is displayed there. The collection ranges from George Washington's Chinese export china to Bill Clinton's ivory, yellow, and burnished gold china. The room is primarily used by the first lady for teas, meetings, and smaller receptions.
  • Chinese porcelain - show a continuous development since pre-dynastic times and are one of the most significant forms of Chinese art and ceramics globally.
  • China crisis: Macrons under fire in France over cost of new plates - The Guardian.
  • Doccia porcelain - near Florence, Italy, was in theory founded in 1735 by marchese Carlo Ginori near his villa, though it does not appear to have produced wares for sale until 1746.[2] It has remained the most important Italian porcelain factory ever since.
  • Flora Danica - in 1790 the Danish Crown Prince Frederik ordered a dinner set made decorated with exact copies of the plates of Flora Danica. The dinner set was meant as a gift for Russian Empress Catherine II. Catherine, however, never received it, as she died in 1796. It is currently on display at Christiansborg Palace, Amalienborg Palace and Rosenborg Castle. The dinner set is still in use for state occasions in the Christiansborg Palace in Copenhagen. Copies of the set are sold by the Royal Copenhagen Porcelain Manufactory. It was inaugurated on January 29, 1803 on the king's birthday. Of its original 1802 pieces, 1530 still exist.
  • Hard-paste porcelain - s a ceramic material that was originally made from a compound of the feldspathic rock petuntse and kaolin fired at very high temperature, usually around 1400°C. It was first made in China around the 7th or 8th century, and has remained the most common type of Chinese porcelain.
  • International Willow Collectors - group of people who collect willow-pattern china & other willow wares.
  • Jingdezhen porcelain - Chinese porcelain produced in or near Jingdezhen in southern China. Jingdezhen may have produced pottery as early as the sixth century CE, though it is named after the reign name of Emperor Zhenzong, in whose reign it became a major kiln site, around 1004. By the 14th century it had become the largest centre of production of Chinese porcelain, which it has remained, increasing its dominance in subsequent centuries. From the Ming period onwards, official kilns in Jingdezhen were controlled by the emperor, making imperial porcelain in large quantity for the court and the emperor to give as gifts.
  • Kraak ware - is a type of Chinese export porcelain produced mainly from the Wanli reign (1573–1620), but also in the Tianqi (1620-1627) and the Chongzhen (1627-1644). It was among the first Chinese export ware to arrive in Europe in mass quantities, and was frequently featured in Dutch still life paintings of foreign luxuries.
  • Limoges porcelain - designates hard-paste porcelain produced by factories near the city of Limoges, France beginning in the late 18th century, but does not refer to a particular manufacturer.
  • Master jeweler invents 'unbreakable' porcelain - CNN style.
  • Museum of Meissen - since 1916. The most comprehensive collection of Meissen Porcelain from the beginnings in 1710 to the present day.
  • Noritake White Porcelain Dinnerware - houzz.
  • PORCELAIN - is a ceramic material made by heating materials, generally including kaolin, in a kiln to temperatures between 1,200 and 1,400 °C (2,200 and 2,600 °F).
  • Porcelain seized by Nazis goes up for auction in New York - "Prized collection smuggled out of Vienna by Jewish couple in 1930s expected to fetch more than $2m."
  • There will be no Trump china collection due to cost & time, source says - "The Trump administration will not have its own signature collection to display in the White House China Room -- another departure from protocol for the outgoing first family."
  • Thomas Goode - Bespoke Service - 9 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London, U.K. Since 1827. "Purveyors of Luxury." Home of the world’s finest china, silverware & glassware. For a truly individual touch, our bespoke service puts you in control. Thomas Goode’s expert artisans can personalise any of our designs to your exact specifications.
  • Vienna porcelain - the product of the Vienna Porcelain Manufactory (German: Kaiserlich privilegierte Porcellain Fabrique), a porcelain manufacturer in Alsergrund in Vienna, Austria. It was founded in 1718 and continued until 1864.
  • Wen Zhenheng - A Treatise on Superfluous Things. "We owe it all to Wen Zhenheng. Everything we were taught in college about old Chinese porcelain being the pinnacle of the ceramic art. Maybe it’s even true."
  • George W. Bush White House state china.
  • White House china - refers to the various patterns of china (porcelain) used for serving and eating food in the White House, home of the president of the United States. Different china services have been ordered and used by different presidential administrations.
  • White Porcelain Dinnerware Set - houzz.
  • Willow pattern - distinctive and elaborate chinoiserie pattern used on ceramic kitchen/housewares. It became popular at the end of the 18th century in England when, in its standard form, it was developed by English ceramic artists combining and adapting motifs inspired by fashionable hand-painted blue-and-white wares imported from China.
  • WORCESTER PORCELAIN MUSEUM - since 1946. "Houses the world's largest collection of Worcester Porcelain." The Museum shop offers an ever changing range of vintage and antique Royal Worcester 'Made in England' china and porcelain. The shop also stocks new works gilded and painted by past Royal Worcester Artists.
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  • Shanghai by Alberto Pinto.
  • Alberto Pinto - since 1971. "Exclusive Limoges dinnerware." All collections.
  • Artemest Dalwin Designs Hornbillaffe Limoges Porcelain Dish: €210.
  • Artemest - since 2015. All brands & models.
  • Asprey Crosshatch Place Setting: US$2,250.
  • ASPREY - "British Luxury Goods Since 1781."
  • Augarten Gugelhupf Plate Marie Antoinette.
  • AUGARTEN - "Vienna Porcelain Manufacutory since 1718." All collections.
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  • Bernardaud Collection Botanique.
  • BERNARDAUD - "Synonymous with the highest quality of French Limoges porcelain since 1863." One of the most exclusive porcelain manufacturers in France, produces a fascinating range of delicate Limoges porcelain with creative designs and elegant shapes.
  • Boehm sculptures being presented to Pope Benedict.
  • Boehm - since 1949. "America's Finest Porcelain Sculptures."
  • Brooks Brothers Signature Tartan Five-Piece China Place Setting: US$228.
  • Brooks Brothers - founded in 1818.
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  • Casa Bugatti Milla porcelain.
  • CASA BUGATTI - since 1923.
  • Caskata Hawthorne Onyx Gold & Platinum Dinner Plate: US$110.
  • Caskata - since 2007. "It's what we're known for. Every size and so many styles to make a presentation unique to you- from playful canapés for nibbling to dramatic dinners for dining in the round #wevegotyourplates." All collections.
  • Christofle Gilded Porcelain Guilloché Charger: US$225.
  • Christofle Paris - since 1830. "Savor and serve food on a porcelain plate. The art of table setting requires the presence of quality pieces. The white porcelain plate remains a benchmark for lovers of beautiful objects. With its elegant simplicity, it enhances the dishes it contains. In turn offering a discreet or more original finish with bold patterns, it knows how to bend to all tastes and on all occasions. A deep porcelain or flat plate, it usually takes place within a department and remains a privileged gift in all circumstances." All plates.
  • Churchill Blue Willow 20 Piece Dinner Set, Made In England: US$149.99.
  • Churchill Blue Willow - 20 Piece Dinner Set, Made In England.
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  • Damien Hirst Superstition Plates: US$14,000.
  • DAMIEN HIRST CHINA SUPERSTITION PLATES - Set of 12 bone china plates in a presentation box. Each plate displays a different image. Edition of 250. Gagosian Gallery.
  • Deshoulières Arcades Dinnerware.
  • DeshouliÈres - "Since 1826 Philippe Deshoulieres has specialized in quality Limoges dinnerware and is one of the leading French porcelain manufacturers. Deshoulieres' designs suggest a new way of life around the table yet keeps the essentials from its traditional and legendary know-how: a combination of excellence, tradition, and modernism."
  • Gold Dust by Donna Karan.
  • Donna Karan - since 1984. Gold Dust Dinnerware Collection By Donna Karan For Lenox.
  • Dresden Porcelain Collection.
  • DRESDEN PORCELAIN - founded in 1872. Since 1902, Dresden Porcelain has a blue "SP Dresden" registered trademark.
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  • Royal Copenhagen Flora Danica Plate 22 cm.
  • Flora Danica Vintage Covered Tureen.
  • FLORA DANICA - since 1790. "Hold an item of Flora Danica porcelain and you hold a little bit of Danish history in your hand. Each exquisite piece represents a story of royalty, diplomacy and deep respect; of the life’s work of talented illustrators; of fine excellent craftsmanship and rare skills, of meticulous attention to detail and of precious porcelain. Experience how Flora Danica has transcended eras – and always will. The Flora Danica pieces are not made to be identical. They are made to be yours. Each piece will reflect the flower painter’s artistic expression based on your choice of motif. When you order a Flora Danica piece you can choose between approx. 3000 flower motifs and 40 different forms - and we are of course at your disposal for advice and suggestions."
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  • Clara Aqua 3-piece Place Setting by Brian Gluckstein: US$119.95.
  • Gluckstein - since 1999. All collections.
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  • Haviland Sublime Or Limoges porcelain, refined with gold.
  • HAVILAND - since 1842. Manufacturer of Limoges porcelain.
  • Herend Chinese Bouquet dinner plate: US$145.
  • HEREND - since 1826. "Queen Victoria dined on it, and Princess Diana delighted to it in her annual Christmas stocking. Now it’s time to savor a special Herend experience of your own."
  • Hering Berlin Ocean collection for Caviar House & Prunier’s airport gourmet delicatessen bars.
  • Hering Berlin - "Since 1992, Hering Berlin has stood more than any other brand for high-quality, handcrafted porcelain with a clear design language and innovative decorations that reveal the essence of this unique material."
  • Hermès Bleus d'Ailleurs Pasta plate, 24 cm diameter: US$205.
  • HermÈs - since 1837. All plates.
  • Horchow Pace 12 Traditional Blue & White Dinner Plates: US$248.
  • Horchow - since 1971.
  • Medley - Hutschenreuther: Beautiful traditional service set.
  • Hutschenreuther - since 1814. "The Dining Collections by Hutschenreuther: Stylish and valuable."
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  • Gold Leaves Dinner Plate by Jaune de Chrome.
  • JAUNE DE CHROME - since 1984. "French Fine Porcelain." Jaune de Chrome is known worldwide for being the only brand to master this exclusive glaze craftsmanship: Metallic components blended with glaze are meticulously applied on porcelain, revealing the most incredible motifs and effects, when colors develop and crystals group together.
  • J.L. Coquet Chardons dinner plates.
  • J.L. COQUET - "Haute porcelaine de Limoges fabriquée en France depuis 1824." Something Special by a 'Createur-Porcelainier'.
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  • KPM - Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin Kurland Royal Noir Coffee Mug & Saucer large: €1,190.
  • KPM - KÖnigliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin | Royal Porcelain Factory, Berlin - since 1763. "Since the company has been established by Frederick the Great the cobalt-blue sceptre is standing for hand-made luxury, trend-setting designs and consistent values."
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  • Legle France Cosmic Coupe Plate.
  • Legle France - since 1904. "Legle Limoges is an exceptional producer of contemporary porcelain tableware & teaware. Legle France high melting coloured glazes are unique in the world."
  • Embassy by Lenox.
  • Lenox - since 1889. "American by Design." Casual & Holiday Dinnerware, Fine China.
  • Limoges Cabinet Plate by Riquet.
  • LIMOGES PORCELAIN - designates hard-paste porcelain produced by factories near the city of Limoges, France beginning in the late 18th century, but does not refer to a particular manufacturer.
  • Lladró Saing George & the Dragon figurine: US23,500.
  • LladrÓ - since 1950. "Handmade Porcelain." Classic porcelain, figurines and home decor.
  • Lynn Chase Winter Game Birds Wild Turkey Charger: US$175.
  • Lynn Chase Designs - since 1988. Features signature Lynn Chase wild life designs. All collections.
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  • Rosenthal Magic flute Sarastro Covered veget. bowl stand.
  • Magic Flute - Rosenthal studio-line: Design by Bjørn Wiinblad.
  • Marchesa Couture Baroque Night 9-inch Accent Plate by Lenox: US$79.
  • Marchesa - since 2004. All collections.
  • Medard de Noblat Corail Or dinnerware.
  • Medard de Noblat - since 1836. "Créateur à Limoges." Medard de Noblat dinnerware stands out as one of the most celebrated brands in Limoges porcelain. Guarding tradition while celebrating creativity, Medard de Noblat brings a unique style and quality to the table. Originally known as Giraud and still manufactured at one of the oldest factories of Limoges since 1836 becoming Medard de Noblat in 1989.
  • Meissen Tea-Arrangement, Shape 'Neuer Ausschnitt', Blue Onion, white rim.
  • MEISSEN PORCELAIN - since 1710. Was the first European hard-paste porcelain. The production of porcelain in the royal factory at Meissen, near Dresden, started in 1710 and attracted artists and artisans to establish, arguably, the most famous porcelain manufacturer known throughout the world. Its signature logo, the crossed swords, was introduced in 1720 to protect its production; the mark of the swords is reportedly one of the oldest trademarks in existence. All collections.
  • Michael Aram Goldsmith 5-Piece Place Setting: US$200.
  • MICHAEL ARAM - since 1989. Renowned for his outstanding artistry & innovative design. His work elevates life’s everyday moments so their natural beauty shines through. Gifts, Home Scent, Furniture & Lighting, Judaica & Christmas, Serving & Cocktail, Dinnerware, Decoratives.
  • Michael Wainwright Manhattan gold 4 pc place setting.
  • MICHAEL WAINWRIGHT USA - since 1991. "Michael Wainwright USA makes functional art for your table and home. Known for fusing clay, glass, or stainless with 24k gold or platinum."
  • Argyle Crimson by Minton.
  • Minton - founded in 1793. "Europe's leading Victorian ceramic manufacturer and an enduring classic brand for luxury tableware, teaware, and ornaments for modern day lifestyles."
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  • Neisha Crosland Flared Cup & Saucer Fine China in Donkey Black: £20.
  • Neisha Crosland - since 1999. "Fine China." Awarded numerous design awards including the honorary title of RDI, and her work has been collected by the V&A.
  • Noritake Crestwood Gold porcelain.
  • NORITAKE - since 1904. "Standard of Perfection." For more than a century since through its innovative imagination and experience Noritake has been able to hallmark the highest standards in porcelainware around the world.
  • Nymphenburg Brocade dinnerware porcelain.
  • NYMPHENBURG - founded in 1747. "The extensive repertoire of services reflects the history of Porzellan Manufaktur Nymphenburg: from pioneering rococo designs, developed in the 18th century, to contemporary designs produced exclusively for the manufactory, while simultaneously remaining timeless. From an early stage, Nymphenburg won famous artists to work for it who with their designs significantly influenced the manufactory's style and image." All collections.
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  • Penelope Penzo Dinner/Buffet Plate Coral Red Lara & Lily Edition 1: US$57.
  • PENELOPE PENZO - since 1993. "Informal Luxury Porcelaine de Limoges & Faïence Tableware."
  • Philippe Deshoulieres Orsay dinnerware.
  • Philippe Deshoulieres - "Since 1826 Philippe Deshoulieres has specialized in quality limoges dinnerware and is one of the leading French porcelain manufacturerers." All collections.
  • Pillivuyt Eclectique collection.
  • Pillivuyt Porcelaine - "Innovation & Tradition since 1818."
  • Portmeirion porcelain.
  • Portmeirion - since 1960. "With an amazing range of dinner plates, bowls, mugs, glassware and more, you’ll find everything you need in our strong and durable tableware collections. We have a great variety of tableware sets made with the highest quality standards. Scroll down to find a range that perfects your style." All collections.
  • Puiforcat Cercle d'Orfèvre porcelain plates.
  • Puiforcat - since 1820. 2 collections.
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  • Raynaud Medicis Bleu Assiette à dîner 27 cm: €:675.
  • RAYNAUD Limoges - since 1919. "Three generations who, since the 19th century, have perpetuated with great talent the Limoges porcelain tradition." All collections.
  • Richard Ginori Labirinto Scarlet Dinnerware.
  • Rchard Ginori 1735 - iconic Italian dinnerware manufacturer, Richard Ginori has been producing porcelain dinnerware in the outskirts of Florence Italy since 1735. Renowned for both simple white patterns as well as luxurious and richly colored dinnerware.
  • Ritz Paris Essentials 2 Breakfast cups & saucers Gft Box set, 'Imperial' Collection, blue: €932.
  • Ritz Paris Essentials - since 2016. Art of Tea Collection. "A tribute to Proust, who had rooms at the Ritz, this white and gold tea service features a madeleine as its porcelain emblem. Made in Limoges at the famous Manufacture Haviland, experience the timeless delights of the age-old tea time tradition."
  • Robert Haviland & C. Parlon Bengalis 5 piece place setting: US$3,775.
  • Robert Haviland & C. Parlon - since 1858. "Manufacture de porcelaine." One of the most prestigious porcelain houses in Limoges.
  • Rosenthal Versace 5 piece Dinnerware Set | Prestige Gala: US$765.
  • ROSENTHAL - since 1884. "Rosenthal meets Versace." Representing luxurious & glamorous design Versace meets Rosenthal dinnerware is the perfect symbiosis between solid German craftsmanship and breathtaking Italian design. With the medusa head in the center of Versace's design concept greek textures and floral decorations enrich the patterns shown on this page. Versace meets Rosenthal - top shelf design and quality for the luxury lover.
  • 100 Years of Royal Albert 10-Piece Set, 1900-1940.
  • ROYAL ALBERT - since 1904. All collections.
  • Royal Copenhagen Blue Fluted Full Lace plate: US$665.
  • ROYAL COPENHAGEN - founded in 1775. All collections.
  • Royal Crown Derby Ashbourne Plate 27cm: £130.
  • ROYAL CROWN DERBY - since 1750. Oldest or second oldest remaining English porcelain manufacturer, based in Derby, England (disputed by Royal Worcester 1751 year of establishment). The company, particularly known for its high-quality bone china, has produced tableware and ornamental items since approximately 1750.
  • Royal Limoges Rocroy dinner plate 26.5 cm: €1,661.
  • Royal Limoges - "Manufacture de porcelaine depuis 1797." Royal Limoges is the oldest existing porcelain factory in Limoges today. A two century old tradition together with the most advanced technology enabled Royal Limoges to remain one of the few family owned companies left.
  • Royal Worcester Hand Painted Partridge Potpourri Vase 27cm: £3,775.
  • Royal Worcester - founded in 1751. Believed to be the oldest or second oldest remaining English porcelain brand still in existence today.
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  • Sèvres Service Egyptien, frise nº6, Alexandre Théodore Brongniart, 1802-1808.
  • SÈVRES - "Since 1740, the Manufacture de Sévres has demonstrated its dedication to both heritage preservation and artistic experimentation."
  • Sieger Ca’ d’Oro porcelain set.
  • SIEGER - since 2005. "Wafer-thin porcelain meets sophisticated forms and decors."
  • Spode Blue Italian 200th Anniversary Bowl: £75.
  • SPODE - founded in 1770. Famous for its Blue Italian collection launched in 1816.
  • Stefano Ricci Coffee Cups Gift Box Imperial Botticelli: US$2,760.
  • Stefano Ricci - since 1972. Tea & Coffee Sets.
  • Stefano Ricci Porcelain Line dinner sets.
  • STEFANO RICCI - since 1972. "Porcelain Line."
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  • The Royal Collection Limited Edition & Prestige Collections.
  • The Royal Collection - "Designed in house and crafted using traditional methods in Stoke on Trent, our china collections are inspired by original pieces belonging to the Royal Collection. Made in the UK, these individual pieces are delicately decorated and beautifully presented in handmade gift boxes."
  • Royal Crown Derby the Titanic Range.
  • THE TITANIC RANGE - by Royal Crown Derby. "A re-launched pattern to mark the 100th anniversary of the infamous ship’s launch, the Titanic pattern, in the style of Louis XVI this design features a delicate gold layered border with painted ornaments of chaplet and festoons finished in tints of green. Each piece is finished in burnished gold. A sophisticated design suitable for fine dining, afternoon tea or light lunch."
  • Thomas Goode Boulle Tableware - Thomas Goode, 9 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2BN, England, U.K.
  • Thomas Goode - since 1827. "Purveyors of Luxury." Home of the world’s finest china, silverware & glassware.
  • Tiffany & Co. Wheat Leaf Dinner Plate: US$95.
  • Tiffany & Co. - since 1837. "Our favorite memories are often made sharing delicious meals with special company. Set a beautiful scene for family and friends with elegant dinnerware." All collections.
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  • Versace Medusa Marine Service Plate 30 cm: US$410.
  • VERSACE - since 1978. "Create a sophisticated dining experience with luxury dinner plates, embellished in bold and rich designs. Find dishes, square bowls and platters crafted from exceptional quality porcelain in various dimensions."
  • Villeroy & Boch Switch 3 Pasta Plate 9.5 oz: US$38.99.
  • VILLEROY & BOCH - founded in 1748. "Dinnerware from Villeroy & Boch - set unique variety on the table."
  • Vista Alegre Anna. Pieces decorated with gold, with a touch of class and refinement.
  • Vista Alegre - since 1824. "Wide range of products and dining sets made Vista Alegre porcelain." All collections.
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  • Waterford Lismore Diamond Lapis 5-Piece Place Setting: US$140.
  • WATERFORD - originally founded in 1783. "Make any occasion come to life with our elegant selection of fine bone china dinnerware sets. These 5-piece settings boast a range of different styles, from intricate pieces like the gold lace setting, to the simple bold colors of the Lismore Diamond Lapis set. No matter what the occasion, our sets are the perfect compliment to dinner. Be sure to impress your guests with this stunning range."
  • Wedgwood Anthemion Ruby Plate 23 cm: £120.
  • WEDGWOOD - since 1759. "Wedgwood China Patterns & Collections."
  • Wedgwood Prestige collection Dinner Plates.
  • WEDGWOOD & Bentley - since 1762. "Wedgwood has graced the homes and palaces of the world’s most prestigious people for over 250 years. Wedgwood & Bentley Tableware offers the most unique and luxurious fine bone china patterns that make a statement of fine dining on any table." The Wedgwood Prestige collection is the pinnacle of Wedgwood, representing over 250 years of the finest English craftmanship.
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The International Man will in the near future be launching its own PRIVILEGE & BENEFIT VIP MEMBERSHIP CARD - named simply 'The Card'. Members will receive special privileges, benefits and preferential rates with selected partner hotels, restaurants, our LUXURY WEBSHOP, and more. Enter your name and e-mail address to receive FREE INFO about 'The Card' HERE.

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