Question by  Eric15 (20)

What are some blue and white china patterns?

I am getting married and I know I want blue and white china.


Answer by  eatwrite (1559)

A simple china with one solid ring or trim around like the Sharon or Brent-wood it is a nice pattern to chose. You can choose some floral pattern such as Old Colonial of Bridge-water but it may be a little too busy. I like simple patterns that are easy to use.


Answer by  Junebug (158)

Blue willow is a classic blue and white pattern. Spode's Camilla, Doulton's Cambridge, and Noritake's Elegance in Blue are all lovely. Wedgewood had several beautiful patterns.


Answer by  Rowena (6)

There are many wonderful blue and white china patterns. Spode and Wedgwood both make beautiful examples; Spode Italian is an exotic favorite. On the less expensive side, try Target.


Answer by  river (1226)

Probably the most popular is Willow, Old Britain Castles, by Johnson Brothers, others are Spode Blue Italian, Blue Room and Woodland, Churchill Blue Willow, Burleigh Dark Blue, Portmeirion Botanic Blue. Flow Blue, Wedgewood of course in Blue Claude and Blue Rose Border, Chinese, Fallow Deer, Ferrara. Royal Doulton very popular in Watteau and Norfolk and Cranbourne.


Answer by  jules45 (168)

Sakura makes a lovely blue and white holiday collection called Winter Frost. Also, Delft dinnerware from Holland is always blue and white.


Answer by  joehinton (10)

I spent one year in Asia and a huge design influence there are the cherry blossoms, I would recommend something along those lines.


Answer by  Blossom9283 (358)

Some patterns on blue and white China include towns and people on it. I have seen many blue and white China sets at yard sales and they all look great.

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