Friday, April 3, 2009

White Ironstone Pitchers...

Love white ironstone pitchers.......


There is something so pure and genuine about their look and feel.

8 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

They are beautiful, Jo...

Did you escape the horrible weather yesterday???? I hope so...We didn't have anything but some much, needed rain.

Have a wonderful weekend.
Hugs,
Betsy

donna baker said...

While scrolling down your beautiful blog I was wondering, would you ever lead a tour group around England. Maybe a riding tour. That would be grand. Of course, I would want to meet the Queen too, I'm her biggest fan.

Winifred said...

They do look lovely, especially against the dark wood.

bennie and patsy said...

I do love ironstone pitchers.I have some small ones.I like to use for cream when we have guest for breakfast. They just say cold milk.
Patsy

Rue said...

I just love it too! Sadly I only have one piece of it and it's the off-white wheat pattern, not the fabulous kind you pictured here.

Thank you for the sweet words about Alex and also about the old home. I don't know who owns it and there's no hope of anyone fixing it, as it is not for sale. I don't have the kind of money it would take to fix it myself, but I would love to.

Have a wonderful weekend!
rue

TheWritersPorch said...

All of your photos are beautiful Josephine, everything looks so Springy.I hear your expecting Snow Monday? Will Winter it ever end?

Carol

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Betsy...had horrible winds and rain Friday, but nice Saturday. Maybe snow Monday ?

Donna, now there's a thought !

Winifred, thank you I enjoy using them, especially with a bunch of freshly picked flowers.

Patsy, my main milk pitcher is also antique white ironstone, they do keep the milk cold !

Rue, thank you for stopping by, I just love your blog !
The new (old) home is coming along nicely, you have put your soul into that place already :)

Carol, I try to put a little visual into the post, I think it makes it far more interesting..
I've been following your ghost story...ooooohhhh

lscollison said...

I like all your old pots, crocks, baskets and stuff.