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    Tiggrr
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 7:09 pm
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    I don't have the Country Roses pattern but do have the Royal Albert Val'dor china which is the same style only plain white with a gold trim. My mother started collecting it for me when I was a young girl and when I was married I received 6 place settings to go along with all the extras. I remember my first "turn" to serve dinner to the inlaws. There were 8 couples in the family and with only 6 place settings I didn't know what to do, my Mom being practical told me to put my ordinary dishes where my ex and I would be sitting. But me, trying to impress, went out and bought the other 2 place settings lol. A year ago we inherited Paul's aunts dining room set, circa 1950s so we have brought them out from storage and I actually used them for our Christmas dinner last year.
    mums the word
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 7:30 pm
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    Great photo Annacia, it's sort or eerie looking with those clouds.

    I may have a formal dining room, but I don't have an eat-in kitchen and I wish I at least had a breakfast bar/nook. My kitchen is tiny and there are too many doors leading off it to change anything.

    Tiggrr - I only have settings for 8 so I have to mix in my plain white dishes which I give to the kids, DH and I. I am planning to buy extra dinner plates second hand. I have seen them at antique stores for about $20 per plate but I haven't checked to see what they are worth new. I am guessing probably $40/plate? I don't care if I have enough tea cups etc. as not everyone drinks tea or coffee in our family.
    Annacia
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 7:34 pm
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    mums here is a replacement price list. It might help you.:

    http://www.replacements.com/webquote/ROAOLCR.htm?rplSrc=KX&rplSubEvent=2345538&dvc=c&gclid=CI6vvbHT3bkCFcU7Mgod0lQAbg


    I had to shoot it. I haven't seen it's like either.
    K9 Owned
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:09 pm
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    Amazing Picture Annacia!

    Mums... I can give/sell you what you need to finish off your set. I have been thinking of selling it all but keep stalling. I have no problem offloading a few place settings.
    Tiggrr
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:22 pm
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    Great pic Annacia. Paul has family in & near Prince Albert, SK. We were out there for a visit 2 yrs ago and in fact I met up with some of the family today while we were at the St Jacobs market, they are on their way home to SK after an extended visit here in Ontario.
    mums the word
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:26 pm
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    K9 Owned wrote:
    Amazing Picture Annacia!

    Mums... I can give/sell you what you need to finish off your set. I have been thinking of selling it all but keep stalling. I have no problem offloading a few place settings.


    All that I really want is a few more dinner plates (maybe 4). The lady that I bought the dishes from had all kinds of pieces that I would never use so I didn't buy those, but she only had service for 8. She even had egg cups and the toast holder icon_eek.gif I guess her kids kept buying her stuff because they didn't know what else to buy for her.
    K9 Owned
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:33 pm
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    I've got them if you want them.
    eta. zmail me if you want them. icon_smile.gif
    Annacia
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:57 pm
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    Tiggrr wrote:
    Great pic Annacia. Paul has family in & near Prince Albert, SK. We were out there for a visit 2 yrs ago and in fact I met up with some of the family today while we were at the St Jacobs market, they are on their way home to SK after an extended visit here in Ontario.


    I'm way south of Prince Albert. About an hour north on the U.S. border. It's much prettier up north.

    Glad that you like the photo.
    Annacia
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 8:59 pm
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    mums the word wrote:
    K9 Owned wrote:
    Amazing Picture Annacia!

    Mums... I can give/sell you what you need to finish off your set. I have been thinking of selling it all but keep stalling. I have no problem offloading a few place settings.


    All that I really want is a few more dinner plates (maybe 4). The lady that I bought the dishes from had all kinds of pieces that I would never use so I didn't buy those, but she only had service for 8. She even had egg cups and the toast holder icon_eek.gif I guess her kids kept buying her stuff because they didn't know what else to buy for her.


    I think that K9 sounds like your best bet.

    I just thought that the price list would give an idea of what the used price would be.
    mums the word
    Sat Sep 21, 2013 9:26 pm
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    Thanks girls, I shall z-mail K9.
    Tiggrr
    Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:01 am
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    Annacia wrote:
    Tiggrr wrote:
    Great pic Annacia. Paul has family in & near Prince Albert, SK. We were out there for a visit 2 yrs ago and in fact I met up with some of the family today while we were at the St Jacobs market, they are on their way home to SK after an extended visit here in Ontario.


    I'm way south of Prince Albert. About an hour north on the U.S. border. It's much prettier up north.

    Glad that you like the photo.


    I remember on our drive home, going along the TransCanada highway that at one point in southern SK I looked in every direction and saw nothing. No trees, bushes, houses, just flat land as far as the eye could see. It was strange after seeing such great mountains in AB. It was a great trip to see all the different lands from Northern ON, MB, SK, AB and then back along the southern side of all the provinces.
    Annacia
    Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:09 am
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    I've only ever been in BC, Ab and SK. I'd love to be able to see the rest, especially the east coast islands. icon_biggrin.gif
    Tiggrr
    Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:15 am
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    I was 40 before I ever got to see the West of Canada, but missed BC. Went into Montreal,QB but have never been to the East Coast, hope to go there one day too
    K9 Owned
    Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:20 am
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    It's a beautiful country! I've been across Canada twice but never have been to PEI. That is next on the list. icon_cool.gif
    eta. Once by car - an extended camping trip and once by rail. I preferred rail as I am not a huge camping fan.
    Annacia
    Sun Sep 22, 2013 10:58 am
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    Oh, my hubby has talked for years about a train tour across the entire country. I wish we could.
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