Presidential China Photos

The china, porcelain, glassware & silverware used by United States Presidents in the White House & their private lives are featured at many presidential sites & museums & are often revealing of the values of these national leaders.

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China used by George Washington in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Spode cup & saucer used by George Washington while President at Naval Academy Museum. Annapolis, MD.Porcelain bowl owned by Martha Washington in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Porcelain from Sèvres banquet service & glassware used by George & Martha Washington in New York & Philadelphia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
China used by George Washington in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Spode cup & saucer used by George Washington while President at Naval Academy Museum. Annapolis, MD.Niderviller porcelain bowl given to Martha Washington by Comte de Custine-Sarreck in 1782 in American History Museum. Custine-Sarreck was a French officer who fought in the American Revolution. Washington, DC.Porcelain from Sèvres banquet service & glassware used by George & Martha Washington in New York & Philadelphia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Ice cream cooler serving dish which belonged to George & Martha Washington on dining room table at Oatlands. Leesburg, VA.Dining table place setting with plate of George & Martha Washington at Oatlands. Leesburg, VA.Chinese export punch bowl from estate of George & Martha Washington at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Glass & plates used at Mt. Vernon obtained by Thomas Peter who handled estate of Martha Washington at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.
Ice cream cooler serving dish which belonged to George & Martha Washington on dining room table at Oatlands. Leesburg, VA.Dining table place setting with plate of George & Martha Washington at Oatlands. Leesburg, VA.Chinese export punch bowl from estate of George & Martha Washington at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Glass & plates used at Mt. Vernon obtained by Thomas Peter who handled estate of Martha Washington at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.
Cup & saucer from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Porringer from Mt. Vernon & silver cup which Peter family at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Cruet set from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Bottle carrier from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.
Cup & saucer from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Porringer from Mt. Vernon & silver cup which Peter family at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Cruet set from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.Bottle carrier from George Washington's Mt. Vernon at Tudor Place. Washington, DC.
States saucer made in China owned by Martha Washington & later Mary Custis Lee in Arlington at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Silver camp cup made for George Washington by Richard Humphreys of Philadelphia at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Sèvres china purchased by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Gravy boat owned by President John & Abigail Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.
States saucer (1796) made in China owned by Martha Washington & later Mary Custis Lee in Arlington at Museum of Virginia History. Richmond, VA.Silver camp cup made for George Washington (1780) by Richard Humphreys of Philadelphia at Yale University Art Gallery. New Haven, CT.Sèvres china purchased (1784) by John & Abigail Adams while U.S. minister to France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Sevres gravy boat owned by President John & Abigail Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.
Dinner service used in White House of President John Adams in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Cachepot used by John Adams in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.China used by Louisa Catherine Adams while first lady. Quincy, MA.French porcelain by Nast owned by Dolley & James Madison at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Formal dinner service used in White House of President John Adams made by La Courtille factory of Paris in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Cachepot used by John Adams in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.China used by Louisa Catherine Adams while first lady. Quincy, MA.French porcelain by Nast owned by Dolley & James Madison at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
French porcelain by Nast owned by Dolley & James Madison at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James Monroe coffee service at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass goblet of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass plate of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
French porcelain by Nast owned by Dolley & James Madison at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James Monroe coffee service at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass goblet of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Glass plate of James Monroe at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Blue Willow plate owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Porridge bowl once owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Fruit dish owned by Marie Antoinette & then Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Jardinière which may have been owned by Madisons at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
Blue Willow plate owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Porridge bowl once owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Fruit dish owned by Marie Antoinette & then Dolley Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Jardinière (c1800) which may have been owned by Madisons at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.
French porcelain owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Cut glass decanter owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.
French porcelain owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Cut glass decanter owned by James Madison at James Madison Museum. Orange, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes (c1817) probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.Paris Porcelain dishes (c1817) probably from James Monroe's Presidential dinner service at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.
Desert service by P.L. Dagoty from James Monroe's Presidential porcelain at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.James & Elizabeth Monroe porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James & Elizabeth Monroe porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Glass water decanters with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
Desert service (c1817) by P.L. Dagoty from James Monroe's Presidential porcelain at Ash Lawn-Highland. Charlotttesville, VA.James & Elizabeth Monroe porcelain (1817) by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James & Elizabeth Monroe porcelain (1817) by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Glass water decanters with American seals made for Pres. James Monroe (1818-9) by Bakewell, Page, & Bakewell of Pittsburgh, PA at Carnegie Museum of Art. Pittsburgh, PA.
John Quincy Adams porcelain from France via Russia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Teapot of Andrew Jackson in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Plate from Martin Van Buren in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.James Knox Polk presidential porcelain. Little Rock, AR.
John Quincy Adams porcelain (1809-14) from France via Russia at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Teapot of Andrew Jackson in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Plate from Martin Van Buren in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.James Knox Polk presidential porcelain (c1848). Little Rock, AR.
James & Sarah Polk porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James & Sarah Polk porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Punchbowl used by Millard Fillmore in the White House. East Aurora, NY.Sample of China pattern used in the Millard Fillmore White House. East Aurora, NY.
James & Sarah Polk porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.James & Sarah Polk porcelain by Dagoty-Honoré of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Punchbowl used by Millard Fillmore in the White House. East Aurora, NY.Sample of China pattern used in the Millard Fillmore White House. East Aurora, NY.
Porcelain fruit basket used by Franklin & Jane Pierce, purchased from Haughwout & Dailey of New York at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Table setting from Pierce china in Pierce Manse. Concord, NH.Collection of porcelain in Pierce Manse. Concord, NH.Abraham & Mary Lincoln china from E.V. Haughwout plus crystal by Dorflinger Glass Co. at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Porcelain fruit basket (1853) used by Franklin & Jane Pierce, purchased from Haughwout & Dailey of New York at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Table setting from Pierce china in Pierce Manse. Concord, NH.Collection of porcelain in Pierce Manse. Concord, NH.Abraham & Mary Lincoln china from E.V. Haughwout plus crystal by Dorflinger Glass Co. at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
French porcelain ordered by Mary Todd Lincoln in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Abraham Lincoln dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Pitcher from Abraham Lincoln Whitehouse. Washington, DC.Lincoln Presidential porcelain plate at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
French porcelain ordered by Mary Todd Lincoln in 1861 for White House in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Abraham Lincoln dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Pitcher from Abraham Lincoln Whitehouse in Ford's Theatre museum. Washington, DC.Lincoln Presidential porcelain plate at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
Lincoln Presidential porcelain covered bowl at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Ulysses S. Grant dinner setting in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Ulysses & Julia Grant china by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Lincoln Presidential porcelain covered bowl at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Ulysses S. Grant dinner setting in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Ulysses & Julia Grant china by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china (1880) by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.President Rutherford B. Hayes China plate with passenger pigeon painting by Haviland at Hayes Presidential Center. Fremont, OH.Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china (1880) by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china (1880) by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.President Rutherford B. Hayes China plate with passenger pigeon painting by Haviland at Hayes Presidential Center. Fremont, OH. Rutherford & Lucy Hayes china (1880) by Theodore Russell Davis & made by Haviland & Co. of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Serving plate from White House of Rutherford B. Hayes in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Rutherford B. Hayes oyster plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Serving plate with turkey from White House of Rutherford B. Hayes in American History Museum. Washington, DC.President Rutherford B. Hayes crystal service in Presidential Center. Fremont, OH.
Serving plate with snowshoe motif from White House of Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-81) in American History Museum. Washington, DC.Rutherford B. Hayes oyster plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Serving plate with painting of turkey from White House of Rutherford B. Hayes (1877-81) in American History Museum. Washington, DC.President Rutherford B. Hayes crystal service in Presidential Center. Fremont, OH.
President Rutherford B. Hayes silver serving pieces in Presidential Center. Fremont, OH.Rutherford B. Hayes plate with crayfish plus glass in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Grover Cleveland dinner place setting in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Benjamin & Caroline Harrison china by Tressemann & Vogt of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
President Rutherford B. Hayes silver serving pieces in Presidential Center. Fremont, OH.Rutherford B. Hayes plate with crayfish plus glass in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Grover Cleveland dinner place setting in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Benjamin & Caroline Harrison china by Tressemann & Vogt of France at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Dinner plates from Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison plate & cup with corn border in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Table setting at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
Dinner plates from Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison plate & cup with corn border in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Table setting at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain cup & saucer with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain used by Harrison family at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Benjamin Harrison's White House Haviland porcelain cup & saucer with corn stalk border at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain used by Harrison family at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.
Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of President Benjamin Harrison. Indianapolis, IN.William McKinley dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin at Benjamin Harrison Presidential Site. Indianapolis, IN.Porcelain hand-painted by Caroline Scott Harrison wife of Benjamin in Harrison house. Indianapolis, IN.William McKinley dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Theodore & Edith Roosevelt china with Great Seal of United States by Wedgwood of England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Theodore & Edith Roosevelt china with Great Seal of United States by Wedgwood of England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Porcelain cup with Roosevelt family crest from his parents at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace. New York, NY.Vegetable dish used by Teddy & Edith Roosevelt at their Virginia house Pine Knot at his Birthplace. New York, NY.
Theodore & Edith Roosevelt china with Great Seal of United States by Wedgwood of England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Theodore & Edith Roosevelt china with Great Seal of United States by Wedgwood of England at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Porcelain cup with Roosevelt family crest from his parents at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace. New York, NY.Vegetable dish used by Teddy & Edith Roosevelt at their Virginia house Pine Knot at his Birthplace. New York, NY.
Large coffee cup used by TR when he dined in New York at Langdon Hotel at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace. New York, NY.Woodrow & Edith Wilson china by Lenox of the USA at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue & gold dinner plate from White House china of Woodrow Wilson by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Presidential China used from Woodrow Wilson through Herbert Hoover by Lenox of Trenton, NJ at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.
Large coffee cup used by TR when he dined in New York at Langdon Hotel at Theodore Roosevelt Birthplace. New York, NY.Woodrow & Edith Wilson china by Lenox of the USA at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Blue & gold dinner plate from White House china of Woodrow Wilson by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Presidential China used from Woodrow Wilson through Herbert Hoover by Lenox of Trenton, NJ at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.
American eagle on Presidential china at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.Cup & saucer from White House china of Woodrow Wilson at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Yellow bordered Presidential china at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.Presidential china detail at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.
American eagle on Presidential china at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.Cup & saucer from White House china of Woodrow Wilson at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Yellow bordered Presidential china at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.Presidential china detail at Hoover Museum. West Branch, IA.
Warren G. Harding family porcelain in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.China bought by Harding on 1907 trip to Dresden, Germany & later used in the White House. Marion, OH.China belonging to the Hardings in Heritage Hall museum. Marion, OH.Haviland china used by Roosevelt's White House in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.
Warren G. Harding family porcelain in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.China bought by Harding on 1907 trip to Dresden, Germany & later used in the White House. Marion, OH.China belonging to the Hardings in Heritage Hall museum. Marion, OH.Haviland china used by Roosevelt's White House in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.
Haviland china with FDR monogram given in the cause of peace by French soldiers maimed in WWI in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt china by Lenox of the USA at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Lenox china with Roosevelt's family symbols mixed with Presidential crest used in White House in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.Border detail of Franklin Roosevelt presidential porcelain by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, with roses & feathers of Roosevelt family crest at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.
Haviland china (1938) with FDR monogram given in the cause of peace by French soldiers maimed in WWI in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt china by Lenox of the USA at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Lenox china (1934) with Roosevelt's family symbols mixed with Presidential crest used in White House in Presidential Museum. Hyde Park, NY.Border detail of Franklin Roosevelt presidential porcelain by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, with roses & feathers of Roosevelt family crest at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.
Roosevelt's White House crystal with the tall goblet at left designed by Libbey Glass of Toledo, OH for the 1939 World's Fair with other pieces from T.G. Hawkes of Corning, NY. Hyde Park, NY.Water goblet from White House service of Franklin D. Roosevelt by T.G. Hawkes & Co. at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Detail of Harry Truman presidential porcelain by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, who turned eagle to face olive branch at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Harry S. Truman Presidential porcelain in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Roosevelt's White House crystal with the tall goblet at left designed by Libbey Glass of Toledo, OH for the 1939 World's Fair with other pieces from T.G. Hawkes of Corning, NY. Hyde Park, NY.Water goblet (1938) from White House service of Franklin D. Roosevelt by T.G. Hawkes & Co. at Corning Museum of Glass. Corning, NY.Detail of Harry Truman presidential porcelain by Lenox China, Trenton, NJ, who turned eagle to face olive branch at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Harry S. Truman Presidential porcelain in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.
Dwight D. Eisenhower White House formal dinner plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Detail of presidential seal on Eisenhowers White House china service at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.Dwight D. Eisenhower flowered dinner plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.D.D.E. initials & flower of Columbine presidential aircraft china at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.
Dwight D. Eisenhower White House formal dinner plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Detail of presidential seal on Eisenhowers White House china service at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.Dwight D. Eisenhower flowered dinner plate in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.D.D.E. initials & flower of Columbine presidential aircraft china at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.
Columbine presidential aircraft china service at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.Eisenhower plate by Castleton China plus flatware by S. Kirk & Son at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Lyndon B. Johnson Library bowl from LBJ's White House china with wildflower motif. Austin, TX.Lyndon B. Johnson Library place setting from LBJ's White House china with wildflower motif. Austin, TX.
Columbine presidential aircraft china service at Eisenhower Museum. Abilene, KS.Eisenhower plate by Castleton China plus flatware by S. Kirk & Son at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Lyndon B. Johnson Library bowl from LBJ's White House china with wildflower motif. Austin, TX.Lyndon B. Johnson Library place setting from LBJ's White House china with wildflower motif. Austin, TX.
Dinner plate with California Golden Poppy from White House china of Lyndon Johnson at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Dinner plate from White House china of Lyndon Johnson which featured the official wildflowers of all states by Castleton China of New Castle, PA, at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Lyndon & Lady Bird Johnson china with American wildflowers made by Castleton at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Nixon's personal china used daily in White House from Syracuse China at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.
Dinner plate with California Golden Poppy from White House china of Lyndon Johnson at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Dinner plate from White House china of Lyndon Johnson which featured the official wildflowers of all states by Castleton China of New Castle, PA, at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Lyndon & Lady Bird Johnson china with American wildflowers made by Castleton at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Nixon's personal china (1940) used daily in White House from Syracuse China at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.
Coalport plate collected by Pat Nixon used in White House at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Jimmy Carter formal dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Jimmy Carter fishing fly pattern plates in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Coffee pot & creamer of China tea service used by Mrs. Reagan for White House entertaining at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.
Coalport plate collected by Pat Nixon used in White House at Nixon Library. Yorba Linda, CA.Jimmy Carter formal dinner service in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Jimmy Carter fishing fly pattern plates in Liberty Museum. Philadelphia, PA.Coffee pot & creamer of China tea service used by Mrs. Reagan for White House entertaining at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.
Ronald & Nancy Reagan china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Ronald & Nancy Reagan china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Gold & red-rimmed Presidential China used by the Reagans at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.Various setting protocols of the Reagan Presidential porcelain at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.
Ronald & Nancy Reagan china (1981) by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Ronald & Nancy Reagan china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.Gold & red-rimmed Presidential China used by the Reagans at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.Various setting protocols of the Reagan Presidential porcelain at Reagan Museum. Simi Valley, CA.
Clinton Presidential China. Little Rock, AR.Bill & Hillary Clinton china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.George W. & Laura Bush china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.
Clinton Presidential China. Little Rock, AR.Bill & Hillary Clinton china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.George W. & Laura Bush china by Lenox at National Museum of American History. Washington, DC.

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