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Savvy collectors can decorate a holiday table by hunting for dishes like this Primrose dinner plate, which sold for $10 in an online shop. It was made by Copeland Spode. The pattern was introduced in 1881 and was available in different colors and on different shapes until 1968. It's an old stand-by pattern that Grandma could have had. Fill in your set with bargains from online shops, or pay a bit more and use a matching service.


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