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    Senior Member JaneV2.0's Avatar
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    If you like blue and white china, you'll love Calamityware. I do.
    Not for the faint of heart, or the frugal, either one.
    https://calamityware.com/collections/plates

    Closeups here: https://www.pinterest.com/calamitywa...yware/?lp=true

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    Quote Originally Posted by JaneV2.0 View Post
    If you like blue and white china, you'll love Calamityware. I do.
    Not for the faint of heart, or the frugal, either one.
    https://calamityware.com/collections/plates

    Closeups here: https://www.pinterest.com/calamitywa...yware/?lp=true
    Omg, that is funny! I may just have to buy a serving piece.
    edited to add: apparently no serving pieces. Just as well, a platter would be $175 ish

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    Oh no Jane, why did you show me those? I'm in lust!
    At first I just thought, ho hum, nice, looks kind of like blue willow, but then the word "pirates" caught my eye for some reason and I took a closer look. That stuff is just absolutely wonderful!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rosarugosa View Post
    Oh no Jane, why did you show me those? I'm in lust!
    At first I just thought, ho hum, nice, looks kind of like blue willow, but then the word "pirates" caught my eye for some reason and I took a closer look. That stuff is just absolutely wonderful!
    I love clever people...

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    Especially the delightfully quirky ones!

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    Rosa: that china is beautiful. I love Polish pottery but it is too expensive here. It is cheap in Poland but then super expensive to ship. I bought a few accent pieces but that is it. I have good dishes that I like and got on sale super cheap a number of years ago. I also was able to pick up additional plates and bowls at goodwill really cheap.

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    I used to love, love, love Wedgwood in my 20s & 30s, but could not justify the cost. Now it is cheap and plentiful and I can have all the Wedgwood I want, but I no longer want it. I am selling the last piece I have (I picked up a few piece on ebay many years ago).

    I feel like camping is a metaphor for my life now. I want to travel light and without breakables.

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