Today the surviving pieces include two serving plates, five tureens, three saucers, five platters, sixteen soup plates, seventeen dinner plates, fifteen dessert plates, nineteen other plates, one pitcher, two vegetable dishes, five serving dishes, one gravy boat, eighteen small serving dishes, ten cups and ten saucers, two compotes, two chargers, five dessert bowls, and one other bowl. The dinner plate shown here was used for the game course. Each plate depicts a different game bird. RoselandCottage’s china is well-known. Occasionally someone will return a piece to the cottage that they found at auction or for sale.