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Where can you find old Lenox china patterns?

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Old Lenox China patterns are available at Replacements Limited and Lenox. Replacements Limited categorizes its patterns from “A Proper Tea to Aurora-Smooth” whereas Lenox groups its products in fewer classes.

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A few examples of patterns offered by Replacements Limited include A Proper Tea, Aegean Cobalt, Adrienne, Adorn and Antiquity. Some of the classes for Lenox products are Eternal, Vintage Jewel, Winter Greetings, Holiday, Chirp and Butler’s Pantry Buffet.

Old Lenox China patterns are a type of fine porcelain started in 1889 by Walter Scott Lenox and Jonathan Coxon Sr. Walter Scott Lenox renamed the company to Lenox, Inc. in 1894 after taking full ownership. One of his famous patterns was the Fountain. The pattern was used in the White House after first lady Edith Wilson chose it in 1918.

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