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China or stoneware - what is a good forever pattern?

mamabearette | Feb 17, 201511:05 AM     10

My everyday Johnson Bros Heritage White Ironstone was a wedding present. Over the years I've added several pieces to get up to service for 16, along with many trays, bowls, etc.

This pattern has long since been discontinued. I've continued to replace chipped and broken pieces on Replacements and ebay, which was fine at first because there was a lot of inventory -- this was a very popular style in england -- but as years have passed since the discontinuance, it has become too expensive.

I would like to begin gradually switching over to another style of dishes. Must be plain white and extremely unlikely to be discontinued.

What's your favorite china/stoneware/ironware?

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