Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Timeless Treasures

I have a fondness for English Staffordshire Ware.
One look at those pastoral village scenes, and I'm transported back to my grandmother's kitchen, where her cupboard displayed shelf upon shelf of these timeless treasures.
I can see the kitchen table covered in a freshly-starched embroidered tablecloth, the milk-jug sitting atop, awaiting the first of many pots of tea served throughout the day.
Treasured memories of gentler times........
One of my favorite collections are from the Alfred Meakin "Tintern" series.
I'm drawn to their bucolic scenes from years gone by.


"Come along inside ~ We'll see if tea and buns will make the world a better place."

~ Wind in the Willows


Ruth said...

I wish I could drop by!!! I crochet beaded milk jug covers and would be thrilled to send you one - or two. I don't know how to contact you.

Your blog is a breath of fresh air anytime I need one!

Louca por porcelana said...

Absolutely gorgeous...Made me swoon!Hugs!

Lowcarb team member said...

I enjoyed your photographs, such lovely pieces.

All the best Jan

Constance said...

I just love your collection of pitchers. I enjoy reading your blog and look forward to every post.

Take care,

cloches and lavender said...

I'm right along with you on this love. I collect red mostly but have a few brown as well. I also enjoy advertising pieces too.



Wild Oak Designs said...

I have a weakness for the china too....I seem to have collected several pieces...but those pitchers!! Oh my! They are wonderful !

Edna B said...

Your pitchers are beautiful. I remember my Mother had a lot of "BLue Willow" pieces when I was growing up. I love the scenes on the different pieces. You have a wonderful day, hugs, Edna B.

L. D. said...

This is such a great collection. If I start going to antique stores again, I bet something like this would purchased. All of them are wonderful pitchers.