Friday, September 16, 2011

Pink Dish Love!

Happy Pink Saturday to you all!
   Today,I am sharing a few of my pretty pink china piecs and I hope you will enjoy them.





New pink goblets from Homesense. When the girls and I were coming home from Maine, it seems we didn't do enough shopping and stopped at Moncton, to check out a couple of stores and I was happy to find these as I had been looking for some for awhile.

All of these dishes came from yardsales or thrift shops.







Do you find a love for old pink china softly sneaking up on you?
My friend Linda did a special feature on her visit to our home a few weeks ago and also she made a lovely slideshow of all the pics she took while she was here-if would like to see it grab a cup of tea and go visit her here.

Today it is Pink Saturday over at How Sweet the Sound so lets all join in the pink prettiness!

I hope you all have a lovely weekend.

Take care,

Carolyn

33 comments:

Tina said...

Carolyn
All very beautiful! wonderful!
That you have a happy and blessed weekend
kisses
Tina (SONHAR E REALIZAR)

Fröken Tindra said...

So lovely pink china!! And I like the goblets very much too. Wonderful things you got!
Hugs!

Pamela Gordon said...

Yes, I do love pink china. You have such pretty dishes. I can't believe you found those pink goblets at Homesense! They look vintage. Amazing. Enjoy the weekend. Pam

Gilda - Sweet sweet home said...

Congratulations on your purchase! I see from your trip to the Mine you brought home a beautiful treasure. Happy W.E Gilda

Carrie said...

This post is lovely.

Yes, my last two posts featured pink placemats and pink floral tea dishes!

Barbara said...

Absolutely love the pink goblets. I will have to check out our Homesense here in Windsor. My mom had a love for pink china and I share it. I'm not so big on shabby chic but I love vintage.

Sandy said...

I just want to tell you I think you have one of the loveliest blogs there is. Your photos and everything in them are so pretty to look at--it is a relaxing moment in the day to come to your blog...

La Table De Nana said...

I think I have one:)

Lovely..

Have a soft pink weekend~

Antiques And Teacups said...

Absolutely beautiful! There is always something so peaceful and endearing about pale pink. A lovely collection!
Happy PS! Cheers,
Ruth

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Love all your soft pink china, Carolyn. I adore those pink glasses! I have been looking for some of those for ages! You lucky ducky! I wish we had a HomeSense here. Happy Pinks.

Blessings,
Sandi

June said...

Hi Carolyn,
I love those pinks today! Such lovely collages of pink dishes and goblets. It looks like a garden planted on your table.

I also loved your post with your pretty guest room and the darling grandchildren. They are so blessed to have a picture taking gram. Your photos are always so beautiful.
hugs from here...

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

Oh my what beautiful pink dishes! I love everything you have shown us today. Gorgeous goblets and plates as well as the tea cups.

Jocelyn @
http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com/

Cottage and Broome said...

That table setting and your pictures are gorgeous! Pink china is an all time favorite. Will be your newest follower, thanks for sharing, Laura Cottage and Broome

Lavender Cottage said...

Hi Carolyn
Very pretty pastel pinks. Nice goblets from HomeSense, there are good buys if you're at the store at the right time. I picked up my pink wine glasses from Rob Macintosh years ago but sadly the store is gone from the mall now.
judith

Linda said...

Carolyn, m'dear friend!

Your post looks good enough to eat - like the sweetest pink marshmallow!

I would live in your barn not only to see what's blossoming in your garden each day, but to also see what's blooming on your table. I am IN LOOOVE...

I am thrilled that you like my posts about your home and gardens. It was such a privilege to visit you and a true pleasure to write about it afterwards. Thanks for the mention!

Thanks, too, for your prayers - Hurricane Maria decided to quickly pass over us with little damage in our area, and we are blessed this day!

Hugs,
Linda at Beautiful Ideas

Jo-Anne Rambling said...

What beautiful china I love it, it looks so sofa and inviting........

Trish - Sweetology101 said...

so dreamy...I could stare at this for hours and hours!

chubskulit said...

Very pretty!

My Share of Pink, have a fabulous weekend!

melontha said...

Hi Carolyn,
You have the best dishes I've ever seen, simply amazing. On the most beautiful roses with the cup. You have also made beautiful pictures of it, always a pleasure to look at you on the blog.

Best regards Melontha

The Rosegarden in Malevik said...

Hi Carolyn
Lovely Post,,,,and so far,,,,you are still the BEST :)
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Juule said...

This is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing. And..enjoy your high tea with it... have e nice weekend.

Karan said...

Oh the table looks lovely. The pinks just are so beautiful.

I love my pink tea cups and saucers.

And when my mom passed away last year dad gave me moms pink depression glass . I only use them for special occasions but sometimes wish I had more use of them. She had service for 8 with all the extras.

Karan

Susan said...

Since pink is my favorite color, Carolyn, I am definitely drawn to pink china.

That cup with the rose at the bottom is a beauty. Love your pink tablesetting. Ahhhhhh. Susan from writingstraightfromtheheart.blogspot.com

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

I adore pink dishes esp limoge. Yours are gorgeous with your flowers as always!

Nellie's Cozy place said...

Hi Carolyn,
Oh my, all this beautiful pink china makes my heart skip a beat..........
Gorgeous photos and vignettes.
Love the cup with the rose in the bottom, so delightful.
Thank you for coming by and for your sweet comments.
Blessings, Nellie

Camille said...

Love all the pink especially the pink goblets. Would love to find some like these.

Shabby Chic Sandy said...

Everything is so pretty and your photography is amazing! I so enjoy your blog. Thanks for sharing.

Yasmin Smith said...

Loved your post today with all the soft, delicate pinks! Your goblets are wonderful....I have been looking for some, too!...and that cup/saucer set with the lovely flowers on it is just beautiful...as well as the rest of what you shared with us....pink is my color, it has a soothing effect, don't you think??
Enjoy the weekend....Yasmin

Atelier de Charo said...

A pleasure to have tea in that beautiful china!

Happy Pink Saturday!
Hugs
Charo

Patry said...

Che gusto raffinato nel tuo blog!!!!Ho visto immagini veramente molto belle...Se ti va passa anche ...dal mio piccolo blog e lasciami un commento! Mi faresti tanto felice!
Un salutone "a..tutto cuore" dall'Italia e da me .A presto Patry

Patry said...

Che gusto raffinato nel tuo blog!!!!Ho visto immagini veramente molto belle...Se ti va passa anche ...dal mio piccolo blog e lasciami un commento! Mi faresti tanto felice!
Un salutone "a..tutto cuore" dall'Italia e da me .A presto Patry

Karena said...

Carolyn I love the pink goblets with your china, perfect!!

So feminine and delicate!

xoxo
Karena
Art by Karena

I hop you will come and join my Giveaway from Interieurs!

Madelief said...

Dear Carolyn,

This all looks so lovely! I am amazed what people bring to charirty shops or sell in yards sales. There are some beautiful pieces of china between them!

Hope you had a lovely weekend. It was terribly wet in Holland!

Have a lovely new week,

Madelief x