Tales of a British expat transplanted into the lush Tennessee countryside.
Lover of old, time-worn, and antique.
Tea-drinker, flower-grower, animal-lover.
We have a couple of stoneware bowls that also have held a wide variety of things.
Hello Jo, oh yes...I love stoneware bowls too and they've held all sorts of different things both beautiful and strange. Your's are beautiful. I hope you have a wonderful day! All the best...Maura
I have quit a few of the stoneware bowls. I hope to someday have a cupboard or shelf to display them as they are very decorative.
I have a two yellow stoneware bowls that belonged to my maternal grandmother and wish I could hear the stories they could tell. Your bowls are wonderful and look so pretty with the flowers. The photo makes me consider putting flowers into a bowl here.
A kitchen would not be complete with out an old stoneware bowl or two.Patsy
Hi!I don't know how I found your blog...but I am very glad I did! I am a Brit in Va....have been for YEARS..Your photos and pictures are lovely. A friend gave me two white stoneware bowls, very old ones and I am afraid to use them,But I think I will move them out into the open and admire them once again. The blue ones are gorgeous.Marilyn in Va.
Those are lovely. I love bowls and bowls with lids. I seem to have a lot of those. It is fun to think of what they have held. Have a nice day, Deb
You're a woman after my own heart, Jo. I love stoneware, especially British stoneware. The first thing i look for in charity shops. :)
The middle one is special to me. My mum had one and my auntie had one and I used to look at them and think I would like one when I grew up. Then I could bake cakes and things like they did. It came to pass and now I have my own mixing bowl, which I love, just like you do.Blessings, Star
I have my Mother's stoneware bowls and they are of course among my favorites!!!
Love the Yellow ware bowl in the center. Count me in as a collector of stoneware.No country Kitchen is complete without at least a few stoneware bowls.... especially nice for rising bread dough.
Interestingly, today at the Farmers' Market I bought a beautiful stoneware bowl that I thought would be nice to have around. And these are just beautiful ones, too. They are so different than one of a kind, don't you think?
Yes, I'm all about the bowls too! My hubby says we have way to many! I have a thing for old pitchers too! Lovely photos! Eye candy!
Hi Jo, Neat post... I have a big green stoneware bowl which I have had for a LONG time. It even has a chip in it---but I still use it....Hope you have a great day.Hugs,Betsy
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