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White House China of President John Adams. This pattern is my favorite of the state china services.

# 2 White House China of President John Adams. This pattern is my favorite of the state china services.

James K. Polk's admin may not be all that memorable, but the china rocked.  China Collection - White House Museum

James K Polk Dessert China - The Dessert Service displays green border with a Shield within gold borders, and botanically accurate flowers in the center of each piece. In March of the new Official Presidential Service arrived at The White House.

Who knew? The oldest artifact in the White House is a coffee urn dating back to John Adams! #KidsStateDinner

The oldest artifact in the White House is a coffee urn dating back to John and Abigail Adams.

President James Buchanan, our only bachelor President, Buchanan was unique. He and his niece, Harriet Lane who served as official "hostess"  Buchanan administration, held lavish levees and used their entertainment skills to cultivate international support during the leadup to the Civil War.He often paid for the parties out of his own pocket rather than use public funds.The beautiful Sevres china that served as Buchanan's official dinnerware was purchased from the French foreign minister

President James Buchanan, our only bachelor President, Buchanan was unique.

The Lyndon Johnson state china service features American wild flowers and was manufactured in the United States by Castleton China. It was selected by First Lady Lady Bird Johnson.

# 36 The Lyndon Johnson state china service features American wild flowers and was manufactured in the United States by Castleton China. It was selected by First Lady Lady Bird Johnson. The set included 90 wallflowers from all states.

The Bush Service:  The most recent acquisitions to the White House collection, made during President George W. Bush's term, were in the works for several years. These acquisitions included a Lenox china state service for 320 people.  First Lady Laura Bush chose Lenox, in part, because it is an American company. She consulted with the White House floral designer, Nancy Clarke, to determine a color style that would be different from the red Reagan Lenox china, from the yellow Clinton Lenox…

The Bush Service The most recent acquisitions to the White House collection Lenox china state service for 320 people.

Benjamin Harrison, 23rd President (1889-1893), and First Lady Caroline Scott Harrison chose this Limoges pattern as their official state dinner china for the White House.

Benjamin Harrison, President and First Lady Caroline Scott Harrison chose this Limoges pattern as their official state dinner china for the White House.

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