When it comes to finding serving pieces for the table, there are many shapes and patterns that you can find—it could be plates, saucers bowls or vases that you can run across. Here are some of the others that you can run across:
After-dinner cup—this is also called a demitasse cup and it is smaller than a standard cup.
Console—this is also called a centerpiece. It is a low oval or round bowl (they are around 12 inches long) and they used on a table with matching candlesticks.
Ivy ball—this is a round glass vase. You will either find them with or without a stem and a foot.
Tilt jug—this is a pitcher with a ball-shaped body and angled neck. The angled neck is accomplished by having an offset base.
This is only a small amount of what you will find out on the market. What have you run across?