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State dinner and dessert service for James K. Polk (President 1845-1849)--Dessert Plate/Made in Champroux, France, Europe c. 1850 or later--Made by Edouard D. Honoré, Champroux, France, 1824 - 1855. Imported by Alexander T. Stewart and Company, New York, 1823 - 1875. Porcelain with printed, enamel, and gilt decoration.

State dinner and dessert service for James K. Polk (President 1845-1849)--Dessert Plate/Made in Champroux, France, Europe c. 1850 or later--Made by Edouard D. Honoré, Champroux, France, 1824 - 1855. Imported by Alexander T. Stewart and Company, New York, 1823 - 1875. Porcelain with printed, enamel, and gilt decoration.

Presidential China...James K Polk

Presidential China...James K Polk

Presidents On Your Money

Presidents On Your Money

Qu'est ce que chaque état des USA fait-il le mieux ? On apprend ainsi que le Delaware compte le plus fort pourcentage de titulaires de doctorat et d'ingénieurs. Le Maine a le plus faible taux de détenus et le Nebraska est le plus important producteur de viande rouge.

Qu'est ce que chaque état des USA fait-il le mieux ? On apprend ainsi que le Delaware compte le plus fort pourcentage de titulaires de doctorat et d'ingénieurs. Le Maine a le plus faible taux de détenus et le Nebraska est le plus important producteur de viande rouge.

White House China of President Abraham Lincoln

White House China of President Abraham Lincoln

American White House china, with eagle symbol, and a corn in husk motif border. Used during the Presidency of, Benjamin Harrison, (1833-1901). Harrison served as one of the American Gilded Age era president's, in office  during the years, (c.1889 - c.1893). ~ {cwl}

American White House china, with eagle symbol, and a corn in husk motif border. Used during the Presidency of, Benjamin Harrison, (1833-1901). Harrison served as one of the American Gilded Age era president's, in office during the years, (c.1889 - c.1893). ~ {cwl}

John Tyler (March 29, 1790 – January 18, 1862) was the tenth President of the United States (1841–1845). A native of Virginia, Tyler served as a state legislator, governor, U.S. representative, and U.S. senator before being elected Vice President in 1840. He was the first to succeed to the office of President on the death of the incumbent, succeeding William Henry Harrison.

John Tyler (March 29, 1790 – January 18, 1862) was the tenth President of the United States (1841–1845). A native of Virginia, Tyler served as a state legislator, governor, U.S. representative, and U.S. senator before being elected Vice President in 1840. He was the first to succeed to the office of President on the death of the incumbent, succeeding William Henry Harrison.

James K. Polk's admin may not be all that memorable, but the china rocked.  China Collection - White House Museum

James K. Polk's admin may not be all that memorable, but the china rocked. China Collection - White House Museum

A shallow 9" dinner plate from the White House Service of President and Mrs. James K.Polk. On the reverse is an orange printed mark of Edward Honoré, meant to simulate an invoice from his Paris firm. Circa 1846. At the top is the first use on china of the Presidential seal and the motto, “E. Pluribus Unum” in a ribbon across a shield. It is also the first time the colors of red, white, and blue appeared in a motif on the President’s china.

A shallow 9" dinner plate from the White House Service of President and Mrs. James K.Polk. On the reverse is an orange printed mark of Edward Honoré, meant to simulate an invoice from his Paris firm. Circa 1846. At the top is the first use on china of the Presidential seal and the motto, “E. Pluribus Unum” in a ribbon across a shield. It is also the first time the colors of red, white, and blue appeared in a motif on the President’s china.

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