Be sure to check out Woodmere's new website for military dinnerware and giftware - www.WoodmereMilitaryCollection.com
Dinnerware and giftware for all branches of the military! Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Air Force, Coast Guard.....dinnerware and giftware galore!
Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Please click on the link below to be taken to our new online magazine - An American Source:
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Sunday, October 17, 2010
The employees of Woodmere are pleased to bring you this newest addition to Woodmere's White House Collection to you and hope that you will consider adding it to your collection.
Posted by Us at 6:27 PM
Tuesday, May 18, 2010
I know it seems like all we ever talk about is Presidential china, but we do some pretty cool things for other high levels of our government, too. This is just one plate that we do for the Department of State. We actually have done a wide variety of items for the State Department over the years. Perhaps, we'll showcase more of them here from time to time.
After all....Thomas Jefferson was our very first Secretary of State.....right?
Posted by Us at 12:10 PM
Sunday, May 16, 2010
Then....there seems to be a few pieces of china from a certain President Lincoln fellow. VERY nice. And, the book shown just to the right of our Lincoln china is the Barry Landau book "The President's Table" which we have talked about in this column before. It's a great (and fun) read and if you haven't seen this book....why not go to http://www.smithsoniancatalog.com/ and order one now.
Might be a good time to pick up a Lincoln dessert plate - or twelve, as well!
Posted by Us at 4:22 PM
Saturday, May 15, 2010
Here's a 'work-in-progress' version of the new catalog we are working on. This will be our first catalog that will have all our collections in one place. We have wanted to do one of these for some time now, but, it is simply a huge undertaking. However, work is underway and - ideally - you will see this before too long or at least sometime during the summer.
We also are working on a few new products which you will hear about soon. Lots to do to keep us busy these days.
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