To dream of having an abundance of nice, clean crockery, denotes that you will be a tidy and economical housekeeper. To be in a crockery store, indicates, if you are a merchant or business man, that you will look well to the details of your business and thereby experience profit. To a young woman, this […]
To dream of owning much crockery prophesies gradually increasing financial stability. In whatever form, unless it is broken, and of whatever description, crockery is a fortunate thing to dream about.
To dream of seeing your business partner with a basket of crockery on his back, and, letting it fall, gets it mixed with other crockery, denotes your business will sustain a loss through the indiscriminate dealings of your partner. If you reprimand him for it, you will, to some extent, recover the loss.
(See Dishes). To young lovers this is a favorable dream. By it is predicted an early marriage with a desirable partner. If the crockery is soiled, it is probable that some objection will have to be swept away before the marriage can take place.
Seeing bars of gold or crockery made from gold means losing some of a person’s wealth or the king or governor becoming unhappy or disillusioned with him.
(See Crockery, Dishes). Plates seen in a dream are indications to the unmarried that the dreamer will have a happy and inspiring love affair and a harbinger of happiness to married people.
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Vision: Seeing porcelain: an exaggerated wish for wealth and luxury! Porcelain shards: it is not only in folklore that broken crockery brings good luck; it does it in dreams, too. Breaking china or porcelain: you have made a mistake that you can’t undo. It is time to learn from your mistakes. See China, Fragments.
To dream of handling dishes, denotes good fortune; but if from any cause they should be broken, this signifies that fortune will be short-lived for you. To see shelves of polished dishes, denotes success in marriage. To dream of dishes, is prognostic of coming success and gain, and you will be able to fully appreciate […]
(See Crockery). Clean dishes, neatly arranged on sbeives or tables, are lucky to dream about, especially for a maiden in love. Soiled or broken dishes predict misfortune in affairs of the heart.