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  1. I have the same set of dishes and I love them. Hugs to you, my friend.

  2. I too discovered many years ago my old white every day stoneware got very hot with microwave use and chipped easily. I found a set of white porcelain I love that’s perfect for every day use. My husband dropped one of the soup bowls and it broke in half. I luckily found a replacement ar replacements.com. I also found a few serving pieces there I didn’t have and purchased those. You might check to see if they have your dinner bowls.

    1. I wish I had figured it out long ago too. And thanks for the tip on finding the big bowls on replacements.com. If I break any, I definitely will want another one we use them so much.

  3. I have these dishes., too. Timeless. Classic and so versatile. Hugs to you.

  4. I’m going to give these a try as soon as I can. I bought a set of beaded dishes a few years back and hated them so much I sent them back. They almost felt as if they were hollow and they cracked very easy and chipped very easy. These don’t look like the same ones so I will try them because I really like that beaded look. Thank you for investigating and I will let you know how it goes after I make that purchase! I too love having a white set of dishes and if these work out I will purchase a service for 20 as I like having them for the holidays!

  5. I’m enjoying exploring your blog; I jumped over from Rhoda’s Southern Hospitality blog today.. Such a gorgeous house but I don’t know if I could have seen past the ugly to the beautiful like you have. Well done you. I also like white dishes. I found Paltzgraff “Sylvia” to check all my boxes. Yes, stoneware, but doesn’t get too hot in the microwave. And, a couple of the small plates have a chip. But I love the pattern, just enough, and without that “rubbed off” shabby chic look I don’t care for. Thanks for sharing!

    1. I’m so glad you found me Jan! I’m planning on sharing more of the house soon and some of those awful before photos so I hope you’ll stick around. When you said Pfaltzgraff, it made me remember my white set of dishes I had years ago. I loved those too. Thanks for reading and visiting!!