As of 2014, Hutschenreuther china patterns can be found on eBay as well as through online stores such as Chinacraft or Replacements, Ltd. Items offered include plates, various serving pieces, candle holders, music boxes and oil lanterns.Know More
Carolus Magnus Hutschenreuther started the Hutschenreuther Porcelain Factory in Bavaria, Germany in 1814. The factory manufactured high-quality porcelain items including dinnerware and figurines. After the death of Magnus in 1845, his two sons and his widow ran the factory.
Many skilled artists and designers create patterns for the company, which is now part of the Rosenthal group. One pattern may contain as many as 25 shades of hand-printed color.Learn more about Tableware
As of 2015, Noritake offers some of its most recently discontinued patterns on its website and recommends four vendors for vintage discontinued Noritake china patterns: China & Gift Mart, J.P. Faddoul Company, Inc., Hoffman Jewelers/Patterns of the Past and Replacements, LTD. Noritake notes that it does not handle valuation of pricing for vintage patterns, but that each individual vendor sets its own pricing. The four recommended vendors locate, buy and sell vintage and retired Noritake and other brands of china.Full Answer >
The Churchill China company offers three different collections with hundreds of patterns. They also partner with wine glass and silver companies, so fine restaurants can obtain everything they need directly from Churchill China.Full Answer >
There are 21 Edwin M. Knowles china patterns, including Yorktown, Potomac, Solar and Street Song. The company also produced a number of collectible plate series.Full Answer >
New, vintage and discontinued Noritake-pattern tableware is available at noritakechina.com and on Amazon. Replacements.com offers some Noritake dishes, but it depends on the desired pattern.Full Answer >