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Official White House China
The Monroe service, made by P.L. Dagoty, Paris, France, c. 1817.
The Wilson service, made by Lenox, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey, 1918.
The Franklin D. Roosevelt service, made by Lenox, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey, 1934.
The Truman service, made by Lenox, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey, 1951.
The Lyndon B. Johnson service, made by Castleton China, Inc., New Castle, Pennsylvania, 1968.
The Reagan service, was made by Lenox, Inc., Trenton, New Jersey, 1982.
Classical figures adorn a rococo-revival punch bowl from the Franklin Pierce service, 1853. Mrs. Benjamin Harrison found the bowl in the White House attic and had it mended and put on display as an historical piece of White House china.
A serving platter from the flamboyant Hayes china, made in France by Haviland & Co., 1880.
A Sevres tureen, made in 1782, owned by John and Abigail Adams.
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