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Sample Pattern Pieces 

(These are approximate and are shown in the Silver Anniversary pattern and may be different in your pattern, as each blank is different. This is just a rough guide for the basic pieces to aid in identification.)

A Normal set around the turn of the century would be twelve each of tea cups and saucers, bread and butter plates, dinner plates, soups, butter pats, sauce/fruit bowls and twelve serving pieces ( for 100 pieces).

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PLATES:  Plates included the following (approximates sizes given):
Plates-Dinner,Luncheon,Salad,Bread- Click for Larger Image
Dinner plates 9 1/2 inches

(Rimmed plate is shown)

Dinner-Click for larger image
Luncheon plates 8 1/2 inches

(Rimmed plate is shown)

Luncheon-Click for larger image
Salad plates 7 1/2 inches 

(Rimmed plate is shown)

Salad-Click for larger image
Bread and Butter Plates 6 1/2 inches

(Rimmed plate is shown)

Bread-Click for larger image
Bun/Roll/Biscuit Plate (Individual) 5 inches Click for Larger Image
Butter pats (also known as 
Butter Chips)
3 inches (Coupe shape is  shown, also available is Deep - 2 7/8")
(shown with quarter to get perspective)
Butter Pat- Click for Larger Image
CUPS:
Cups can be many different sizes, even in the same pattern (i.e. tea size, coffee size, etc.). Measure before you buy! (I am using the Ranson Project from HCIF as a guide )
Turkish Cup 1 7/8" D, 2 " tall  
2nd After Dinner (called 2nd A.D)
(could also be called demitasse)
2 3/16"D, 2 7/8" tall  2nd AD-Click for larger image
1st After Dinner or Short Chocolate (called 1st A.D.) 2 3/8"D, 2 1/2" tall    
Tea Cup (in Silver Anniversary) 3 3/8 inches D, 2" tall, saucer 5 1/2 inch
(not all saucers for cups have a cup rim in the center 1)
Cup-Click for larger image
Extra Tea of Coffee Cup  3 3/4"D, 2 1/2" tall  
Breakfast or Master Coffee (also called Mustache)  4 1/8"D, 2 3/8" tall  
BOWLS:
Bowls-Veg,Soup, Fruit-Click for larger image
Vegetable ___ Round __ Oval or

                   __ Footed Round

Round shown here 
( 9  1/4 inches)
Vegatable-Click for larger image
Soup Bowls __ Coupe or __ Rimmed about 7 1/2 inches (Coupe shown)

Rim has a definitive bowl with a flatter rim top. Coupe shape has no specific "Rim" on the top.

Soup-Click for larger image

Coupe shape

Sauce/Fruit Bowls about 5 inches Fruit-Click for larger image
OTHER SERVING PIECES:
Platter, large 16 inches -shown Platters-16,12,Celery-Click to enlarge16,12,8
Platter, medium 14 inches (not shown)
Platter, small 12 inches- shown
Relish plate 8-9 inches-shown Click for larger Image

14 inch, 11 3/4 inch and 8 inch relish

Beverage server with cover Usually very tall, sometimes without cover not shown
Butter dish with cover

(three pieces-for butter to drip)

Butter-Inside-Click for larger image Butter-Click for larger image
Cake Plate, with handle 10 7/8 inches (10 inches without handles) Click for larger Image
Covered Vegetable, Oval not shown
Covered Vegetable, Round  8 3/4 inches Covered Round-Click for larger image
Creamer varies by pattern Creamer-Click for larger image
Gravy Boat With or without a tray (scalloped or smooth) Gravy-Click for larger image
Sugar with Lid varies by pattern Sugar-Click for larger image
Bouillon cups  Has two handles, and saucer (not pictured) Bouilion-Click for larger image
Celery Tray 12" by 5 1/2", 1 3/4" tall not shown
Ramekin & saucer about 3 1/2 inches-Small round, squat open sauce dishes with their own plate (for Custard). Underside is unglazed (to be used in the oven)

Note that the saucer has a large rim to hold the ramekin.

Ramekin - Click for Larger ImageRamekin and Saucer- click for Larger Image
Bone dish 6 1/2 inches by 3 1/2 inches (approx.) Click for Larger Image
Teapot Usually short and squat  not shown
Coffee Pot Usually has a very long spout   not shown
Chocolate Pot Usually only has a very short beak  at the top-Shown in 42E Chocolate in 42E-Click for larger image
Relish, pickle 8 1/2" by 5"- not shown
Waste bowls 6 inches diameter by 2-3 inches with a narrower base Click for Larger Image
Chop Plates Round and 12 1/2" inches  in diameter Click for Larger Image
Ice Relish  or Nappy Bowl A  basically round shaped bowl.  It has one "handle"   Just a little serving bowl.

Can be 6 3/4" or 8 3/4"

 Ice Relish- Click for a Larger Image

 Grandmother's Haviland by Harriet Young, Wallace-Homestead Book Co., Des Moines, Iowa,1970.

 2   The Ranson Blank of Haviland Co. France, An Identification Guide  published by the Haviland Collectors Internationale Education Foundation, June, 2000

 3   Thanks to Arthur Levin for Chop and Cake plate pics.

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