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Hand-painted designs, gold decoration and traditional floral patterns are driving the sales of dinnerware globally

TORONTO Minimalism reigns in this Canadian city, where Wedgwood's Jasper Conran teapot ($116) sells well

WASHINGTON In Georgetown, customers find Kate Spade's Laurel Canyon bowl ($110) cheerful

BOSTON The unique shape and gold detailing of J. Seignolles' porcelain bowl ($116) have made it a must in Beantown

LOS ANGELES Hermès' Jardin des Orchidées presentation plate ($375) flies out of the North Rodeo Drive flagship

DALLAS L'Objet's Blossom bowl ($340) is a favorite at Neiman Marcus, where it is available exclusively

NEW YORK CITY Shoppers consider Tiffany & Co.'s hand-painted Birds of the Nile plate ($825) an heirloom in the making


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