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Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Posted by salbwil (My Page) on
Tue, May 27, 03 at 14:46

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.
salbwil


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Are you talking about antique Wedgwood cream ware?....Or one of Martha's repros made with her name on them?
Linda C


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Linda,
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?

thankyou, salbwil


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

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


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Please don't use the "M" word here! This is a family-oriented forum! $^)


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Hi,
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.
Thankyou, salbwil


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

How about this?

Here is a link that might be useful: creamware


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

Thankyou, Lindac,
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.


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

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


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RE: Martha Stewart wedgewood creamware

I still have not been able to find this pattern any where. Any help with this would be greatly appreciated .
salbwil


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