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  Looking for some vintage dinnerware pieces of the Yorktowne pattern
Looking for some vintage dinnerware pieces of the Yorktowne pattern Sign In/Join 
I have chosen the Yorktowne pattern for my renovated kitchen, but I would like to add some vintage dishes and crocks from the 1960s in the in pattern. Does anyone know where I can get it?
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It is available at most Flea Markets that I attend.
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eBay is a good source. Just type in vintage Yorktowne...
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I often see pieces at thrift stores. But, selection is hit or miss.
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I have the pattern that is pink flowers and love it. I have my corning ware bowls from fifty years ago. I have one now that is chipped and I can't find it anywhere to replace it. It is what was called the gravy quart corning ware container and it was the bigger size. I have been looking everywhere.

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I bought my first pieces of vintage Yorktowne in Myrtle Beach 1974. Travelling in Quebec, in 1984, I found a small shop that was selling everything they had left: place settings, serving pieces, candlesticks, every serving piece including clock for $125.00 for everything. Then, my husband found another Canadian shop clearing the vintage pieces -so I now own 20 place settings, cutlery, salt/peppers, everything you can imagine. Ironic, to find it in three different locations and at ridiculously low prices....actually, the Myrtle Beach place settings were $5.00 each!!!!
Craigs List, Ebay and local buy/sell sites should be a good place to start...better if you can find them close to where you live, because they are heavy and shipping costs would be high.
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