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This excellent china matching service should be in everybody's web address book.

This UK based company offers a discontinued china matching service. Tom Power, the company's Managing Director, has been selling china since the early 70s. The company started as part of a ceramics collectables business, The Collector, but it wasn't long before demand determined the creation of a company devoted to finding replacement discontinued china.


In order to begin your search, log in the details of what you are looking for and fill in all the criteria. Your requirements will be placed on the database. It is free to register and you are under no obligation to buy should Tablewhere find pieces for you.


The London warehouse holds over one million pieces of china from Royal Doulton, Hornsea, Wedgwood and many others, with some services going back to the early 1900s. The service offered is supported by a team of specialists, who are also available over the telephone. If you urgently require a piece, it is recommended you telephone as it takes a little longer to receive email responses to requests.


As well as buying pieces, you can also sell parts of services which are in pristeen condition. Again, fill in the proforma and Tablewhere will get back to you. An occasional series dwells upon particular and popular dinner services, such as the Willow pattern.