Noritake China!

October 7th, 2013

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As many of you guys know, I’ve been a longtime convert to Noritake’s beautiful china patterns — I’ve used their pieces for everything from our first dinner party in our new house to my birthday to the Fourth of July to breakfast on Thanksgiving morning.  Their pieces are casual but so elegant, and I’m constantly finding new ways to mix and match their different patterns.

So I’m super excited to announce that we’ve partnered up for a flash sale this week!  We’ve collected all of the patterns that you’ve seen on Sugarlaws over the years and Noritake is offering a 40% discount on all of them if you use the coupon code KATY40 (UPDATE: the flash sale is over but you can still use the coupon code SUGARLAWS for 15% off any pattern on the site!)!  It’s the biggest sale they’ve ever done and I am so honored to have gotten to pick the pieces!  These are the patterns that I pull out all the time, from parties to casual dinners at home, and I know you guys will love them as much as I do.

And I have to introduce you to a new favorite of mine: the Hampshire pattern!  I completely fell in love with this set the moment I saw it — it’s so simple and timeless and perfect for the upcoming holidays!  I couldn’t resist mixing the gold and platinum patterns for a slightly modern feel, but they’re equally gorgeous on their own!

The best thing about beautiful china is that it makes setting the table so easy — all I had to use to create this table setting was a small bouquet of fall flowers and a handful of mini pumpkins from the grocery store (the napkin rings are left over from hosting Thanksgiving last year).  But you’d never know how easy it was from the final product — fine china makes everything look so gorgeous! 

So check out the flash sale this week and use the coupon SUGARLAWS for 15% off any pattern on the site!.  Hopefully you guys can pick up a few of your favorites! 

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2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 I Showed Up In Boots // Oct 7, 2013 at 8:47 am

    Lovely fall place setting:) Love the deep purple color of the glasses.

  • 2 Marie Taylor // Oct 8, 2013 at 6:25 pm

    Wow!, that china looks delightful – I could just picture a set like that in my apartment…I love they would look lovely:).

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