Friday, February 12, 2010

My Green and White China Display

Hello,

I am entering in Show and Tell today over at My Romantic Home. So ,I was playing with my dishes again and thought I would share the new display with you.

It is harder to find the green and white dishes so I don't have a lot of them.I am surprised that there isn't a new line of this color but if there is, I haven't seen it.

This little gravy boat was a gift from a friend.

This is not the same color but close enough until I find something else.

This is the little cupboard that I display them in. I bought it at a yard sale several years ago. it was stained dark so I gave it a couple of coats of paint.

Well, that is my show and tell for today but there is lots more to see at Cindy's Romantic Home.

I am still working on my projects-stripping wallpaper(ugh!)and painting etc. I will show you when it is done but there is 20 double rolls of wallpaper to take of so it may be awhile!

I hope you all have a good weekend-here on the Island it is a long weekend as Monday is Islander day.

I have signed up for Pink Saturday so I will post later tomorrow.

Thank you for visiting me,

Carolyn

25 comments:

Cass @ That Old House said...

Hi Carolyn! I love when you play with dishes.

Green and white is unusual -- I loved seeing yours. I had a teal green and white piece of ironstone, a compote, that was my mother's. It's moved on.

I don't know why someone isn't making green and white transferware; it looks so fresh and beautiful!

Cass

THE HOME THAT LOVE BUILT said...

The china looks so beautiful and your home always looks inviting. Thanks for sharing.

Blessings,
Brook

Lacy said...

That has to be the prettiest set of dishes, ever! I love love the green, especially right now when all I see is white!

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

What a beautiful collection! I love the green and they look perfect in that cabinet! It's a long weekend here in the states too! It's President's Day weekend! I took today off also so I could have a four-day weekend!

I deleted you extra link. Thanks for letting me know!

Laurie said...

I enjoyed seeing this unusual green color. You have a nice collection that goes so well in the white cupboard. I do not have many dishes and it is always fun to see your collections.
Thank you for sharing,
Laurie

The Tablescaper said...

Love that you play with the dishes!!!

I agree, the green is hard to find and awesome.

- The Tablescaper

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn,
Thanks for visiting my blog and your kind words. Your profile pic is exactly what I was thinking lovely dress & now just waiting for a lovely day!
Yes my header is my garen last year.
Your beautiful green and white dishes are so fresh they speak spring!!
Bella

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

Oh Carolyn.. another chinaware that I love! you got all my fave pretties it seems! this one looks fresh and sweet!

Shelia said...

Hi Carolyn! Oh, your green and white transferware is so lovely and you really know how to display it. That's a wonderful little cabinet.
Good luck with all of your stripping! I know when you finish everyting will be beautiful.
Stay warm and happy Valentine's Day.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Martha said...

lovely transferware. I do like the green and white (perfect for St. Patrick's Day) -- although my first love is blue!

Love all of your great pieces!

Melanie@The Old White Cottage said...

You have such beautiful things!

Susan Wicker said...

Oh Carolyn. That is lovely china. And your little display cabinet is darling. Loved it! Sincerely, Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Cindy said...

Carolyn, You display your lovely dishes so beautifully. You have the gift of creating beauty. Hugs, Cindy S.

Karen said...

I love your dishes. Green is my all-time favorite. Looks like you are almost ready for St. Patrick's Day.
Thinking ahead, right?
Love your posting.
Karen
Ladybug Creek

Susan said...

I am so in love with the little cabinet......and the dishes......I don't see many green dishes at yard sales or Goodwill...........or even Home Goods.........anyways yours are beautiful

Donatella said...

JUST LOVE YOR BLOG!!

Andi's English Attic said...

I love the china and I love the display case. My green tureen that I found in a charity shop would go well with your collection. Under other circumstances I would love to send it to you to add to your collection, but 1) it would be too heavy to post and 2) I want it for myself!!! Please know the thought was there, though! :) xx

Madelief said...

Hi Carolyn,

I always enjoy looking at your beautiful china. I like the white blue/green terrine!! It is a very special colour. In Holland it is still cold and snowing. Today my youngest daughter and I will make some cupcakes. I bought a lovely book about baking recently, which we are trying out. One of these days I will show it on my blog. Have a happy Valentin's Day & Island Day!

Lieve groet, Madelief

Jackie said...

Morning Carolyn

Green isn't a colour I would choose for my china but in your house and cabinet it looks lovely.

Have a good weekend, Jackie in UK.

Riet said...

Your china is gorgeous Carolyn. I love it.

essemia said...

So many beautiful things you have. I really envy you, lol. Both on this post and the last one you made. Those shoes are just lovely.
Hope you have a great weekend.
Love Elzie

Carrie said...

Beautiful display in a lovely
cabinet.

Wedgwood’s "Joie de Vivre" Collection has green and white plates, etc. in three designs. I only have a couple wooden chargers in the design shown in my post:

http://oakrisecottage.blogspot.com/2009/06/todays-thrifty-treasures-wedgwood.html

Happy Valentine's Day!
Carrie

verveine sauvage said...

What a beautiful blog, so romantic and so cosy ! Have a pretty and pink valentine's day... I do like old china and it's marvellous to see all your collections... I'll be back...

Sarah said...

Well, I love the green too! And the little cupboard is perfect as a home for these pieces. Thanks for sharing.

Mimi said...

How did I miss this post...I love the green and white...just beautiful. I sure wish there was more of it!