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August 31, 2008

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I love to take vintage postcards and display them for the appropriate holiday in small frames on easels on the dining room sidboard and nestled in the bookshelves for little suprises as guest "snoop around".

congrats eddie! you look like a young michael kors by the phone booth!

Hi, Linda! The pattern is actually really close to Windsor, but this one's called Edme. I was going to wait until Object of the Day this week, but you're on Top (Design) of it! And now that I know you have the Windsor pattern, I'll definitely keep an eye out. What size dinner plates do you need? 9 or 11 inch?

So jealous about the Wedgwood! Is it the Windsor pattern with the ribbing and little beads around the rim? I have some dinner plates which I love. I've been keeping my eyes open for more. I had 8, but a friend broke 2 clearing my dishes after a dinner party. Arghh!

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