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How to Tell If Spode Christmas Tree China Is Made in China?
by CurrentlyPissed in Holidays & Celebrations
The Spode Christmas Tree collection evokes images of a holiday table set for dinner, and for many people it is the epitome of a traditional Christmas. The porcelain dinnerware and serving pieces depict a lavish tree adorned with decorations and laden with Christmas presents. The Victorian-style tree was designed by English company Spode in 1938, specifically for the American market. Until about 20

The Difference Between Wallace China & True West China
by orange-man in Arts & Entertainment
The now-defunct Wallace China Company created its collection of "Westward Ho Barbecue Ware" in the 1940s, featuring artwork by American artist Till Goodan. True West is a Texas-based china company that began reproducing this vintage Old West-themed china in 1990. Wallace China's Original IssueThe California-based Wallace issued its first piece of Western-themed china in 1945 and its last in 196

Difference Between Bone China and Fine China
by unfool in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Beautiful art and place settings are made out of both bone china and fine china, but there are differences between the two. Manufacturers define the differences by ingredients, but the differences extend beyond that. OriginsThis is an example of Chinese fine china.Chinese tea pot with a spout of a head phoenix image by Veniamin Kraskov from Fotolia.comFine china was first made about the 16th to

How to Arrange China in a China Cabinet
by PatrickSimonHenk in Home & Garden
Fine china is often given as traditional wedding gifts, either bought new especially for newlyweds or passed down as family heirlooms. Whatever the case, these are pieces you'll want to show off and display in your china cabinet when you're not using them. Luckily, there is no formal way to arrange china in cabinets. It's all up to your personal taste and design sensibility. However, there are des

How to Display China With No China Cabinet
by ezzze in Home & Garden
Your china is too beautiful to be stacked on a shelf where no one sees it. Bring it out and show it off. Don't worry if you don't have (or don't want) a china cabinet. There are many innovative ways to display china and make it part of your decor. China patterns are truly an art form, so put yours on display.Difficulty:EasyInstructions Things You'll Need
Open shelving
Wall racks
Plate

China Vs. Bone China
by visual-c++ in Home & Garden
"China" is a generic term used to describe quality, clay dinnerware. The term "bone china" is used to denote a form of porcelain first formulated and manufactured on a commercial scale in the United Kingdom, France and Germany. IngredientsTraditionally, produced bone china is made from porcelain clay mixed with ground bone, usually cattle bones, and fired at extremely high temperatures. The bon
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How to Buy a Car in China
by TC. in Cars
If you are living in China for an extended period of time, you may consider buying a car in China for your personal use. Both domestic and imported, as well as used and old, exist in the Chinese car market. The bureaucratic procedures involved with buying a car in China, however, may be complicated to someone buying a car for the first time. By following a few steps, those unaccustomed to buying a
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How to Fly to China
by sourceninja in Travel
China has become an increasingly popular travel destination in recent years, and thus more and more people are flying to China for business or sight-seeing reasons. Although the procedures involved in flying to China are similar to those for flying to other destinations, there are a set of visa and customs requirements that you must meet. By following a few simple steps, however, you can be assure
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How to Set Up an LLC in China
by Mario Tristan in Business
Foreign entrepreneurs are increasingly setting up new businesses in China to take advantage of China's booming and rapidly expanding economy. The legal entity of a Limited Liability Company (LLC) in China may be either registered as a Joint Venture (JV) or a Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprise (WFOE). The type of legal entity depends on the size and structure of the company you wish to set up. The pro
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What Is Ironstone China?
by Mandaris in Hobbies, Games & Toys
Ironstone is a type of china popular with antique collectors. The china has a distinctive look and is usually easy to identify. HistoryIronstone china was first produced by Charles James Mason in Staffordshire, England in 1813. The china began to be widely exported during the 1840s.
ColorsIronstone china is usually predominantly white and sometimes features decorative floral, fruit and scrol

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