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Where do you purchase your dishware?

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I have been doing popups for the past few years that started out as 6-10 people randomly at my home and others houses.  By doing this I was able to use my own dishware, glasses and flatware, now that it has grown and I am at a point where I am consistently cooking for groups of 15-20 I have had to rent everything. 
Where do you guys buy your nicer my off the wall items?  All of the dinners are between 5-7 courses and I would like to different plates/serving vessels for each course.

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Good question - I need to replace the home stuff and would like to get decent quality without being hosed.

 

Case lots sizes aren't a problem.

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