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  1. #1
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    Default Hunt scene dishes and flatware - on sale

    This just came through my inbox, and since I've seen threads with people looking for horsey decor, I thought I would pass this on.

    Keep scrolling down to find them - they are scattered through the offerings.

    http://www.replacements.com/mfghist/...htm?s1=let&500&



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    Interesting site! I just bookmarked it. Thanks!
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    It's a reputable company too! I've bought sterling flatware from them.
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    I've also bought missing pieces of sets from them. They're pretty darned awesome to work with. I was looking for a couple missing pieces of stoneware for my mom, found one and then sent a thank you email after it arrived for the prompt service.

    They then contacted me a few months later through email to tell me they had 3 more pieces. One was the last missing piece.

    And I see they still have Devonshire from Wedgewood. I adore that set.
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    I've been dealing with Replacements, Ltd. for years, and can't recommend them highly enough. Never thought to look for horse-themed dinnerware from them. My dumb! You can bet that will be remedied soon. Right after I find some nice Christmas china.
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    ENABLER!!!!!!

    I do not need to buy horsey stuff I do not need to buy horsey stuff I do not need to buy horsey stuff

    LBR

    I will be bookmarking for later tho
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    love those kentucky derby/preakness themed glasses...are they too tacky/taking the horsey theme too far??

    PS: you are supposed to say yes. I do not need kentucky derby glasses!!! aghhh.
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    Ermmm...yes?
    (there, feel better? )

    But then again...wouldn't those be lovely to serve juleps from on Derby Day parties?

    I finally gave up on the Christmas chine thing. Years of looking for a pattern I *really* like...nothing really hit me. So I gave up and did just glass everything. Sooo much easier to match with serveware and/or completer sets, goes with everything and I can use it for any reason since it's not holiday specific.

    Plus I just don't have the storage space in our current house to store massive amounts of extras. And my kitchen gear and entertaining gear, though pared way down, is still way too much.

    But that cream Devonshire stoneware really is lovely. Hmmmm.....
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    I have the Spode hunt scene plates on a wall mixed in with framed pictures.
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    Love that website especially the Vera Wang Equestrian silverware.... hmmmm birthday present material



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    Quote Originally Posted by altercation11 View Post
    Love that website especially the Vera Wang Equestrian silverware.... hmmmm birthday present material
    WHOA.

    Did you say Vera Wang Equestrian silverware??

    Three wonderful things in one sentence!
    I love cooking with wine. Sometimes I even put it in the food.



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    You can also buy all of this stuff on Ebay most anytime. You can get some real deals there on Spode and other china patterns with equestrian motifs.


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    And it's lovely flatware too:
    http://www.onlinestainless.com/prodi...equestrian.jpg

    I love the simple design. It's not ridiculously expensive, but not inexpensive either. Runs about $60-$80 per place setting. 5 piece setting.

    If I ever lose my mind and get the Wedgewood Devonshire set, I'd complete it with that flatware set.

    I'd have to lose my mind though, because purchasing yet another minimum 12 place settings of not-inexpensive dinner/flatware is...well....not inexpensive.

    But how dreamy would that look on a rustic wood slab topped table with ladderbacked farmhouse chairs with caned seats with a centerpiece of field flowers and oat grass displayed in a tin grain bucket? *swoon*

    But that would mean I'd need the slab topped farmhouse table...which would mean I'd need to gut and redo my entire kitchen in antique glazed beadboard cabinets with oyster slate floors and....ah hell, I need a new hobby that doesn't include mentally spending a bloody fortune on redecorating.

    ETA:
    Umm Monalisa...just checked out your blog. I'm loving the architecture in your parents' neighborhood!!!! (and the rest of the blog too)
    You jump in the saddle,
    Hold onto the bridle!
    Jump in the line!
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