Corelle Profile: Victorian Lace (1988)
Victorian Lace, introduced early 1988, was part of the Natural Images product line. It is an all-white design on beige, and although white had been used before as an accent on many beige-bodied patterns, this was the first one to use no other colour but white. In Corning's words, this decoration "provides a touch of muted elegance to an everyday dinnerware that may be dressed up for more formal entertaining." An exact ending date is not known for this pattern, but it seems to be a short-lived one.
Victorian Lace side plates.
Bowls & saucers are decorated with a single white band on the rim. In 20-piece sets, it came with cups & saucers rather than mugs, and the cups are made of stoneware. It is uncertain whether luncheon plates, dessert bowls, serving bowls or platters were offered in Victorian Lace.
Pattern detail, centre of plate.
Dinner Plate (10¼")
Side Plate (7¼")
Stoneware Images Cup (8 oz)
Soup/Cereal Bowl (18 oz, 6¼")
Pattern on rim.
Cup Styles: Images Cup
Plate Styles: Standard Rimmed
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Pattern List: Beige-Tinted Plates
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