Does anyone have these dishes and do you like the color? I'm afraid to buy without looking and they aren't available in stores. Hope this is the right forum.
Are you talking about antique Wedgwood cream ware?....Or one of Martha's repros made with her name on them?
I'm looking for very plain creamware----Martha's seem to be the plainest and the "creamiest" in color, but can you direct me to either?
Here's what she's talking about; it's exclusive to Martha's mail-order catalog, at least in the U.S.
I know their stuff is BEAUTIFUL. I understand your nervousness, but I'm not sure how you'd tell.
You could try calling Customer Service and asking if there's a similar Wedgwood in terms of color that you could see in a retail store.
Now, Martha Stewart's catalog has a satisfaction guarantee, and they're pretty no-nonsense, so you could just order a single place-setting and see ifyou like it. If you don't, they'll take it back, and you only have a single place-setting to mail. If you do like it, then you're one up on your order!
Here is a link that might be useful: Martha's Wedgwood Creamware
Please don't use the "M" word here! This is a family-oriented forum! $^)
Can anyone tell me where to find Martha's Wedgewood Creamware now that she no longer carries it? I've done a search online and can't find any results.
How about this?
Here is a link that might be useful: creamware
However, that is not the pattern that Martha's catalog sold. Hers was a plainer edge with no ruffle. I've emailed Wedgewood, and am waiting for a reply. I wonder if they're embarassed by their line in a felon's catalog.
did you receive any news from wedgewood? im curious as im also looking for the same creamware.
Here is a link that might be useful: Marth Stewart
I still have not been able to find this pattern any where. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated .