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Brides.com Associate Editor, Cari Wolfert and I got a personal tour of the new Wedgwood and Waterford collections for Spring 2010 by the company's national spokesperson and registry/entertaining guru, Jorge Perez. Here are the four items we fell in love with: —Anne Chertoff


Courtesy of Wedgwood

1. The Vera Wang Collection by Wedgwood

I went nuts over the new casual luxury bone china dinnerware pattern, Ikat, with the pom-pom design. The complete set includes a four-piece place setting and accessories: a teacup and saucer, 10" large bowl, oval platter, creamer and sugar bowl. The set will retail for $89 and accessory pieces will range from $13 to $199.


Courtesy of Royal Doulton

2. Monique Lhuillier for Royal Doulton

The Couturier Dinnerware pattern was inspired by Monique's evening wear collection and features a black and white geometric pattern. The detailed stitch and tulle design is enhanced by a platinum band. The five-piece place setting will retail fro $110 and $50 for the accent plate.


Courtesy of Waterford

3. Robert Mondavi by Waterford

New to the collection is this Taster's Set, which includes two Fume Blanc glasses, two Bordeaux glasses and a stainless steel funnel. The set is ideal for oenophiles looking to start or expand their wine collection. The set will retail for $95.


Courtesy of Waterford

4. Waterford Fine Bone China

There are two new bone china patterns being introduced for Spring 2010. The Halo and Flight (shown here) designs are both microwave and dishwasher safe. The five-piece Flight setting will retail for $95, and the Halo five-piece setting will retail for $125.

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