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10-10-2019, 09:44   #1
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Christmas Dinner sets?

Has anyone seen any really christmas themed dinner sets? The only nice ones I can find online are in Asda. Also the one in Asda is a 4 place setting so I would need to buy 2...Was hoping M&S would have some but they have let me down!
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10-10-2019, 09:47   #2
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https://www.oxendales.ie/shop/45-pie...n?pdBoUid=1034

Would this tartan one be any use? It is for 6 people.

https://www.oxendales.ie/shop/18-pie...n?pdBoUid=1034

Or this holly one? Oxendales has a lot of Christmas stuff, but some of it is pricey enough.
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Quite expensive I know, but Villeroy & Boch does lovely Christmas plates.
https://www.villeroy-boch.co.uk/prod...mas-ideas.html

Brown Thomas also used to have Christmas plates in their Household section.
Years and years ago ago I bought there a beautiful large serving plate, which we pair with white plates at Christmas.
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Oh the Villeroy & Boch are beautiful! Man, I need to win the lotto!
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ah I want it all!!
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From what I know they are generally expensive but I would recommend waiting for a few more weeks until more stuff pops up.
You'd generally end up having to buy two sets or all items separately.
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Oh the Villeroy & Boch are beautiful! Man, I need to win the lotto!
Villeroy and Boch have Christmas sets discounted in Kildare Village. Still pricey though
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I say these online.
https://www.artdecorlux.com/collecti...-m__OX8ufAPO6Q
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didn't have a Christmas mug yet, so invested in this one this week-end:

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Homestore and More have lots of sets on offer at the moment if you don't want to break the bank.
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Thanks - I actually ended up getting some stuff from Asda which I really like....although the HS&M christmas santa cake stand has my name all over it!

ETA: This is the one I got and I love it loads https://direct.asda.com/george/home/...d=D26M08G08C14

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From Littlewoods

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Was €54.99 Now €40.99
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Funnily enough we need to pick up some extra dinner sets. Have 15 for dinner this year and whilst recently reorganising our new kitchen realised we've had a few breakages this year that leaves us well short... suspect we'll go for all year round sets though, suspect the cost of matching dinner sets for 15 would be a tad pricey for us.

Havent bought plates in years, have no idea where to start TBH.
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Funnily enough we need to pick up some extra dinner sets. Have 15 for dinner this year and whilst recently reorganising our new kitchen realised we've had a few breakages this year that leaves us well short... suspect we'll go for all year round sets though, suspect the cost of matching dinner sets for 15 would be a tad pricey for us.

Havent bought plates in years, have no idea where to start TBH.
I wanted the whole lot, but the range have lovely plates and stuff. I guess its down to whether the dinner sets on offer suit your needs or not. The 4 place settings that comes with mugs wouldn't be for me.
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Funnily enough we need to pick up some extra dinner sets. Have 15 for dinner this year and whilst recently reorganising our new kitchen realised we've had a few breakages this year that leaves us well short... suspect we'll go for all year round sets though, suspect the cost of matching dinner sets for 15 would be a tad pricey for us.

Havent bought plates in years, have no idea where to start TBH.
If you find some, let me know. We are in our house over 4 years & every year, I look for a dinner set but still haven't bought one. I just want dinner plates, side plates & bowls. Not massive dinner plates either - what is it with dinner plates being absolutely huge these days?
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