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We faced the same issue after my mother died, and ended up donating the whole thing to Goodwill. Big, fancy china service for 12 people as I remember, with serving bowls and platters and all that stuff. We learned that our grown daughters had no interest in china of any kind, nor in any silver, and after a little looking around we decided that it made more sense to just to give it away rather than to put in the work trying to find a buyer.
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