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.Continue Reading
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 2016, some stores that sell Theodore Haviland patterns include Replacements.com and RubyLane.com. Both of these websites sell discontinued items and not sets of china so that the available line is always changing.Full Answer >
Online retailers of china, silverware and crystal, such as Replacements, Ltd. and Robbins Nest, offer a wide range of replacement pieces for discontinued patterns. Both sites also provide a pattern identifier, helping online consumers find a piece with a specific pattern.Full Answer >
Johann Haviland Bavaria china can be found for sale on various websites including eBay, Amazon, Ruby Lane and Replacements, Ltd. Ruby Lane charges $550 for a set of 53 pieces of the china, including plates, cups and serving items.Full Answer >
Retailers such as Replacements, Ltd. and Missing Pieces as well as sites like eBay can help find pieces for discontinued Mikasa sets. You can also call Mikasa directly or use the search tool on Mikasa.com for help with locating the discontinued items.Full Answer >