Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
love all of that blue. Thank you so much for the comment on the loss of my son.Patsy
Hi Jo, Did you post about the Blue Willow collection before---or was that another of my blogger friends who has one too????? Anyhow---I love it!!!!It reminds me of a restaurant we used to go to in Florida --called the Platter. They had these blue plates hanging on the wall all over that restaurant. SO neat!!!!Hope you are staying cool. It got to 91 here on the plateau today. GADS!Hugs,Betsy
Bennie and Patsy: I am so truly sorry to have read of your son's passing, my sincere condolances to you and your family.Betsy: I think I may have posted about the little Blue Willow Buffalo creamer (100 yrs old).Yes, it's HOT here....I think 96degrees today.i'm ready for Fall ;)
It is not nice to make me drool on my computer! As a new collector to the blue and white dishes, these make me crazy! They are soooooo pretty.thanks for showing them (and thanks for the shout out in your blog!)
The Retired One: Lovely to hear you're a collector also, timeless dishes, and so beautiful the colors.I'll show some indivdual pieces in a later posting.Hope we get to see a few od yours !
I'm going to think that you like blue!
George I most certainly do ;)Royal blue is my school color, and I tend to wear it often....You are so observant !
Love these!!! We have Romantic England in blue by Wedgewood and also Winter's Eve by Spode. LOVE blue and white dishes, and I'm enjoying these bits of my home state and of England!!!
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