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A reader is desperate to find the porcelain set used for this scene in Pride and Prejudice 2005. This was the best image she could pull from the film.

lizzy with teacup

The scene is where Jane and her family discuss whether or not she will be allowed to use the carriage for her travels to dine with Miss Bingley and Mrs. Bennet’s refusal to allow her to do so. Any help you might be able to offer in this matter is highly appreciated.

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Inquiring readers,

Last year a reader wrote in to say that the Cornelia Green pattern by Mottahedeh was used as the China for the dining room scenes at Longbourn.

Jane visits Netherfield Park and gets ill.

Jane visits Netherfield Park and gets ill.

Yesterday, Katrina reported that the Royal Doulton china pattern used for the scenes at Netherfield Park early in the film is called English Rennaisance. Thank you for the information!

English Renaissance by Royal Doulton

English Renaissance by Royal Doulton

Another reader asked this question: Does anyone know the pattern of the china that was used in the scene in which Lizzy speaks to Mr. Wickham after she’s read Mr. Darcy’s letter? Please leave a comment if you can identify the china in these images:

Lizzy drinks tea after talking to Wickham.

Lizzy drinks tea after talking to Wickham.

Close up of tea cup

Close up of tea cup

Close up of China in cabinet behind Lizzy

Close up of China in cabinet behind Lizzy

Here are two close up shots of the china in question. UPDATE!! Pattern found. Thank you, Margaret!

Royal crown derby tea cup, Royal Antoinette

Royal crown derby tea cup, Royal Antoinette

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Gentle readers,

Several people wanted to know about the china pattern used in the Longbourn diningroom scenes of P&P 95.  J.A.W. visitor Marcia Larson found the Cornelia Green pattern by Mottahedeh (See comment in this post). Examining the photos of the china in the dining scene with the pattern that Marcia found – look at the butterfly – I believe she is correct.

The Bennets dining at Longbourn.

The Bennets dining at Longbourn.

Cornelia-green, Mottahedeh

Cornelia-green, Mottahedeh

Cornelia-green china plate

Cornelia-green china plate

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