Tuesday, October 2, 2012

Brown & White Transferware Cupboard



                                                                 Hello everyone!

            Today I am opening my cupboard doors to give you a better look inside to see some of my brown and white transferware. After taking these shots I did some tweaking on the cupboard but by then it was too dark to take better pics.
                           The plate on the top row is new to my collection and it is a Vista plate by Mason from Coulson's in Summerside.
The rest of my collection has been picked up here and there over time-yardsles,thrift shops etc.

                                            I love this platter and soup tureen .

                       This little covered dish also came from Coulsons.


This cupboard is on the other side of the room from the first.

                                                    I love my teapot!

                                This dish came from Winner's a few years ago.

                          This vase also came from Coulson's one of my favorite haunts.


Well, that is a pretty good sample of my brown & white transferware- I think I have a few more pieces around the house but I will show them some other day.

Today,I am joining Rose Chintz Cottage for her Tea Time Tuesday Cupboard party.

Thank you for visiting ,
Carolyn

30 comments:

FABBY'S LIVING said...

Stunning brown and white transferware!! The tureen the teapot, the teacups, the pitcher, etc..are to die for!! Your back capboard is gorgeous in itself! Enjoy the rest of your week.
FABBY

Bella said...

Hi Carolyn,
What a gorgeous collection! I like the old so easily mixes with the new, and that teapots handle is so fancy! Your back cupboard is stunning!
Hugs,
Bella

Shelia said...

Just so pretty, Carolyn! You have so many beautiful pieces and probably the biggest collection I've seen in blogland.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia ;)

Deb said...

I'm looked at this three times. There's almost too much 'pretty' in one post. The cupboard is beautiful and the second cupboard looks like it might hang on the wall. I'd love to see more of it. Oh Carolyn..you seem to always be able to top yourself every post. This one has to be my favorite. Please show us more of those cupboards. Hugs, Deb.

Lady of the Woods said...

Now that I see the transferware in its proper context I can appreciate it....when I saw a huge set in a huge box at the thrift store I could not be sure if it was beautiful or not...silly. Glad you enjoy it! I will love the day I will have space for displays :D

Melanie said...

You have an awesome collection of transferware!! Everything is so very pretty!!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Carolyn, I love your brown and white transferware. You have some very nice pieces. I like your teapot too. Is that the one you found in Kensington at the flower shop? I do love that cabinet on the wall. That was a real find! Thanks for sharing this with my Cabinet party. It has been a real treat to see it.

Blessings,
Sandi

Lavender Cottage said...

A unique collection Carolyn, one doesn't often see that many pieces of the brown in one place.
I love the teapot too, what a find it was.
Judith

jeanetteann said...

oh my,how beautiful your collection is. This party is certainly opening up some interesting and beautiful collections,thanks to Sandi. I'm so in love with your brown transfer ware now,but alas I collect blue and pink and cannot start another:: Well maybe. :)

Sarah said...

Carolyn, I've a few pieces of the brown transfer ware so seeing your gorgeous collection is very inspiring. You've displayed it beautifully. Thank you for sharing.

Deanna said...

So very lovely!!!
Brown is growing on me,
d

Susan said...

Hi Carolyn! Love your brown transferware. It's very reminiscent of fall. Thanks for sharing. Susan

joanne said...

I've always loved the brown but rarely see it. In the last few years of looking I only have found two plates and two saucers...that hasn't slowed down my persistence in finding more though! Your collection is absolutely lovely and you display it so beautifully...;j

sissie said...

Hi Carolyn,
I am in love with your transferware. I've started a small collection and I would die4 your pretty pieces.

hugs
Sissie

Katy Noelle said...

Mmmmmm! Simply, I love brown transferware! It seems to feel cozy or vintage, somehow. It's fun taking a peek in your cupboard! =]

xxo

Ruthie Miller said...

Dear Carollyn,
Oh my goodness, what beautiful china and what gorgeous pictures you take. Always. The one that took my breath away...the cupboard with that gingerbread~
absolutely "speaks" to me. You must be so happy every day to live amongst your the beauty you have created around you-from the gardens to the interiors. Good for you!
All the best, Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com

Pamela Gordon said...

I love your transfer ware china and your cabinets are really beautiful. Coulson's sounds like an awesome place to shop for china and other treasures.

Loraine Living said...

Teapot comes on different sizes and colors, i love this one! A lovely brown collection you have... And the collage .. So nice! Greetings Diana

Chenille Cottage said...

Good Morning, Carolyn,
I have enjoyed your warm Autumn post so very much.
Warmest wishes,
Carolynn

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Carolyn, Your style and photography is like a break in my day... a fairy tale! So beautiful and dreamy. You paired the brown transferware up so stunningly with flowers and lace!!!
Lots of inspiration. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Cindy said...

Beautiful transfer-ware, Carolyn, it's gorgeous! I love the brown and white, it's my favourite, I think, after red.
Hugs, Cindy

Veronica said...

Lovely! So very Lovely

Zaa said...

What a divine collection of brown transfer ware... and they're so beautifully displayed in your lovely antique cabinets... I have a few pieces which I posted last week...with rectangular plates...Please do come for a visit and a peek sometime soon...Your blog is always a delight >>>HUGS

Egretta Wells blog said...

Thanks for sharing your beautiful transfer ware...what a lovely post!

WendyBee said...

I have just the tiniest bit of brown transferware. 2 pieces to be exact. But I have a partial set of what is called Brown/Multi transferware. It has some red and green on it: Johnson Bros. Harvest Time. I have it out for the fall. I would love to get a teapot. Lately, I 've been finding (and collecting) so many teapots that are a deep brown. (I think in England, they were called "Brown Betty"?) They complement the brown transferware but don't have the beauty.
I love that you have so much matching lace to edge your shelves with.
Just beautiful.

The Tablescaper said...

What a stunning collection! I never realized you had so much brown transferware. I'd love to have you link this post to Seasonal Sundays.

- The Tablescaper

Beth said...

Carolyn, Your brown transferware is just stunning! I love the soup tureen on the platter. You have displayed your collection beautifully. Happy Thanksgiving!

Sarah said...

Carolyn, I saw this when you first posted, but had to follow your link today for another visit. Your collection is exquisite and beautifully displayed.

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