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In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

Posted by ronniner (My Page) on
Mon, Jul 23, 12 at 20:03

Hello GW,

I've been searching (the past two years) for large plain white bone China dinner plates where the outside diameter is at least 12" with a wide rim 2" or more (I would also like to keep the centre 10" or more as well).
I would prefer the rim to be as flat as possible.

(A charger plate is very close to what I want, but certainly not plastic)

I'm after a plate where I can place buns/bread on the rim negating the use of a side plate.

I would prefer open stock, but will sure check out place settings if anyone finds something close.

TIA


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RE: In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

Have you tried replacements.com? They might be also to recommend manufacturers/patterns that fit your needs.

There is also eBay, but that might take some searching.

Here is a link that might be useful: Replacements.com


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RE: In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

No I didn't Diane, I've never heard of replacements.com.

Yes, I do agree that E Bay would take quite a bit of persistent searching.

Thanks for the link, I'm off to check it out.


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RE: In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

If Apilco in the link doesn't suit you, try googling chop plate or platter. That's the English term for a round platter that's about the size you're looking for.

Here is a link that might be useful: Apilco


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RE: In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

Thanks antiquesilver,

The Apilco seems to be made of porcelain, but the chop plate seems to be the size and shape that I am after.

Now I just have to find them made of bone China.


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RE: In search of Large Bone China Dinner Plates

The link is for an English pottery that advertises a bone china chop plate - I think it has a rim but it's hard to tell on my monitor. Also, google turns up a lot of rental places that use 12" platters in bone china by Mikasa so they are out there.

Here is a link that might be useful: from England


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