Passing down the china.
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|Sun, 12-02-2012 - 6:00am|
I am not talking about expensive china or something that has been passed down the family so has that historical significance.
I have two china sets I no longer use. One a Christmas set, I bought 10-12 year ago. The other a set that my parents bought me maybe 20 years ago. The reason I stopped using both sets is the are sets of 8 and now big family occasions are generally 9-10 so I replaced each with larger sets. So basically they have just been taking up space in my cupboards for the last 5-6 years.
2 sets of china, three DDs, so no fair way of giving them out.
I decided the next time they are all here, which should be Christmas I will see if any of any of them are even interested in either set , it is possible they are not. They all live in small places so it is possible they are interested but do not have the space. In that case I can continue to store them until they do have more room. But if they are not interested then I see no reason to continue taking up space with something I no longer need or use.
I guess if more than one is interested in either set they will have to flip a coin or rock, paper, scissors,