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Replacements, Ltd., based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the world's largest retailer of china, crystal and silverware, including both patterns still available from manufactures and discontinued patterns.
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Is my old china worth anything?Age – Age plays a big part in how valuable china is to collectors. For example, an antique piece of Rose Medallion china may be worth thousands if it is several hundred years old, while newer pieces of Noritake china are not worth as much.

Is Replacements Ltd still in business?

Replacements, Ltd., based in Greensboro, North Carolina, is the world's largest retailer of china, crystal and silverware, including both patterns still available from manufactures and discontinued patterns.
Replacements, Ltd.

Type Limited company
Founder Bob Page
Key people Scott Fleming
Revenue $80 million
Owner Bob Page

Is Replacements Ltd Open?

We offer scheduled tours every hour Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and well-behaved pets are welcome! The Retail Store is located at 1089 Knox Rd, McLeansville, NC 27301 and is open from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm ET, Monday through Saturday (except holidays).

Do individuals buy replacements?

Yes, we buy items from thousands of individuals each year. Visit our "Sell to Us" page for detailed information about selling to us – we've created step-by-step instructions as well as helpful tips for an easy selling process.

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Is replacements open to public?

We offer scheduled tours every hour Monday through Saturday from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm and well-behaved pets are welcome! The Retail Store is located at 1089 Knox Rd, McLeansville, NC 27301 and is open from 9:00 am – 6:00 pm ET, Monday through Saturday (except holidays).

Does replacements have a showroom?

Visit our Showroom to experience the thrill of the hunt, get inspired by eye-catching designer tablescapes, and take a tour through tableware history in our museum of fascinating finds. We look forward to seeing you.

How do I find out how much my fine china is worth?

The first place to start when establishing a value for bone china is to look for the manufacturer's hallmark. Turn over a dinner plate, a saucer or the sculpted item and look at the bottom's center. You might find a country of origin, initials, an image or even a name.

What can I do with unwanted china?

Donate it.
You can donate your china to many of them, or, if you have a good bit, try your hand at renting out a booth and selling it yourself. Check out where you can donate unwanted goods in Birmingham or look into these 5 antique + consignment shops.

How do I contact replacements com?

For questions, please call us toll free at 1-800-REPLACE (1-800-737-5223) Monday–Saturday 9:00am–6:00pm and we will gladly assist. Or, you may email us via our Contact Us page.

Is replacements com a safe website?

Like many sites that offer to buy your second-hand goods for resale, Replacements.com gets good reviews from buyers and rotten reviews from sellers. They don't charge a commission to resell your stuff, but they also don't make any guarantees about how much they'll pay.

What fine china is worth the most?

What Is the Most Expensive Fine China?

  1. Qing Dynasty Porcelain. A wealthy Chinese entrepreneur paid $84 million for an intricately adorned 18th century Qing Dynasty Fine China vase.
  2. Blue and White Porcelain.
  3. Jihong Porcelain.
  4. Blood Red Porcelain.
  5. Joseon Porcelain.

How do I find my Chinese makers mark?

Hallmarks or Maker's Marks
Also called backstamps, these markings may be found on the bottom of a vase or figurine or on the bottoms of china plates, saucers or cups.

How do you know if china is valuable?

Tips for Determining Type

  1. Hold the china up to the light. According to Noritake, bone china will be significantly more translucent than other types of porcelain.
  2. Examine the color. Noritake also notes that the color of bone china tends to be more ivory than white.
  3. Listen to the piece.

What can I do with chipped china?

From Trash to Treasure: 8 DIY Craft Projects With Broken China

  1. Fridge Magnets. Make some pretty fridge magnets out of broken china. (
  2. Broken China Flower Pot.
  3. Broken China Mosaic Stepping Stone.
  4. DIY Outdoor Mosaic Table.
  5. DIY Broken China Mosaic Birdhouse.
  6. Earrings from Broken China.
  7. Broken China Keychain.
  8. Watering can.

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