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  • Keeli Dollar Russell

    my grandmother had a whole set of dishes with this design when I was growing up.

  • Steve Pollock

    1970s Corelle dishes. My sisters got them as wedding shower presents. Nothing is more 70s than that.

  • MJ Naughton

    Grandma Joan's Teacup Pattern

  • Maria Fisher

    Remember this pattern? Mommy had blue and Auntie Joan had the gold.

  • Deanne Laura Pool

    Corelle. We had these when I was a kid (different pattern), & Corelle was my first set of day-to-day dinnerware as an adult. Mine had an outline of tiny green flowers -- ugly as sin but almost completely shatter proof! Although I've moved WAY past this, I do still have some of my ugly Corelle plates because (1) They have tons of memories attached from my childhood & my own children, who all ate off of them. (2) They're great for heating things up in the microwave (saves the good plates). ~DLP

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