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Posted 4 years ago


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These belonged to my mother and my grandmother before her. I really treasure them and use them whenever possible. Between the three of us we have now collected a seating for 12 with all the various vegetable bowls, candy dishes, S&P, butter dish, teapot, I could go on and on.
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  1. cindyjune cindyjune, 4 years ago
    I know what you mean Steeltoad63. Funny, there was a time in my youth that I wouldn't take a second look at that pattern and now I just love it.
    How nice to grow up in Vermont. My daughter and family live in NH now (where I always wished I lived!) and I hope to move to the area soon. Thanks for the comment
  2. cindyjune cindyjune, 4 years ago
    LOL is right! Although I do like being up north to a point. I spent many weeks with an aunt and uncle in Bellows Falls, way back when.
    And by the way, thank you so much for your service in the military.
  3. LadyJane, 3 years ago
    My husband and I bought a service for 8 of Spode's Pink Tower while on our honeymoon in 1968 near Lake Louise, Canada. We use our dishes every day, and still love them!
  4. cindyjune cindyjune, 3 years ago
    I agree LadyJane. We might as well use them and enjoy them. One piece I have yet to get is the turkey platter. Even though I have several serving pieces I am sure there are more out there waiting for me to buy them!
  5. Stephanie, 3 years ago
    I have the cheese plate and cover for this design, its currently up in the loft but i could get it out and send you a photo if you want?
    It does look lovely on display like that.
  6. cindyjune cindyjune, 3 years ago
    I'd love to see it. It seems in that time period there was a separate dish for every thing on the table.

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