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June 01, 2009


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What a lovely reminder of your grandmother. And she did have amazing taste. Love the china cabinet and the china so much. I appreciate the china that was handed down to me but oi vey, it's busy to put it mildly!

Thanks for all the suggestions. K was kind enough to send out a couple of emails to some the of the suggested websites. Hopefully we will solve the mystery.

Thanks again for the suggestions!

such a sweet story, a. i wear my grandmother's charm bracelet and feel the same way you do!


I just wanted to say that I love your blog and am inspired by your creativity. I usually read it during my lunch hour and my co-workers and I are in awe of your attention to details and ability to put on such great birthday parties. We joke that we want you to be our mom :) Anyway, keep up the great work! Best of luck.

i live down the street from replacements and i highly recommend them. you can send a photo and they can help you determine the origin of the china. good luck.

Those are really beautiful pieces.

I concur on Replacements Ltd. My mom has re-assembled much of her china collection with replacements of things that had broken over the years from their comprehensive collection.

You might try emailing Replacements Ltd, with a link to your photos. Their address is

[email protected]

They may recognize the pattern. The serving bowls have a distinctive shape.

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