How do you tell the value in old china dishes?
I have an 80 year old set of Noritake china dishes that were my Mother's. We are downsizing so I am thinking of selling them but am not sure who to trust. I've looked on Replacements.com but I think I need an antique dealer? I would also love advice on how to store china to make sure they are kept safe.
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I have an 80 year old set of Noritake china dishes that were my Mother's. We are downsizing so I am thinking of selling them but am not sure who to trust. I've looked... See more