When Theodore Roosevelt took office, it soon became apparent to the First Lady that a new State service had to be ordered. Mrs. Roosevelt went through a New York firm to help her find the perfect set. After considering multiple options, Wedgewood of England was selected to manufacture the china. The service incorporates a detailed white and gold border design made of lines and small patterns. Pieces also bear the U.S. seal. The pattern is based on “Ulanda”, which was a publicly available Wedgwood pattern, but the service was specially customized by the First Lady for White House use.
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