They Don’t Make’em like They Used to

China may easily be the hottest thing to come out of Jingdezen in the province of Jiangxi. When China hit the European markets, it was game over. The potters of Jingdezen had only just realized the technology needed to produce such fine artistry. Europeans could only merely imitate such fine illustrious porcelain, but could never capture the translucent qualities of Chinese china. Today however, we can but really don’t usually do much better than this- Chinette. Note the floral patterns that dance around the rim of the plate. The vibrant hues ranging from blues to greens meeting somewhere in the middle at a turquoise. These fine chinette table sets are a far cry from that of their ancestors, but Chinette has made its mark at the American dinner table.