Monday, January 27, 2014

For The Love Of Transferware And A Giveaway!

 I love transferware!
It speaks to me with its wonderful, elaborate borders and endearing scenes, making transferware truly a work of art!
Above is one of my favorite plates from A. J. Wilkinson called Rural Scenes.
I use the purple for Easter, but this pattern comes in many different colors also.

 Rural Scenes was also produced in multi-color.
When I first laid eyes on this pattern, it made my heart skip a beat.

I have been collecting English Transferware for years.
My favorite pattern is this Johnson Brothers "Windsorware" plate.
I love the vibrant fruit center and brown rim.
I was lucky enough to find eight plates in an antique store years ago in Portland, Oregon and then ten more plates at an estate sale some years later.  
To replace a plate at today's price would cost $75.00!

Another estate sale find is this pattern called "Pomeroy" by Royal Doulton
It is so lovely with its multi-colored bouquet and red fruit rim.
I realize that I am drawn to multi-colored transferware even more than the single color.

Johnson Brothers "Friendly Village" is still being produced today.
I have many pieces of this pattern, some old and some new.  I love how the dinner plates all have a different scene from the village...

 ...which are all again repeated on the soup tureen.
Just lovely!

Masons "Fruit Basket" is a fun pattern to mix with red transferware and tartan at Christmas.

Masons "Vista" was one of my first collections.  It was when I was head over heals in love with red toile, so it made sense to have the dishes too!

 Transferware also pairs well with earthy majolica, which works for me since I love combining the two.

In fact, I find transferware not only compliments majolica well, it goes well with textural wicker and Provencal prints.

Really?  Is there anything transferware does not go with?

Over the years I've added to my collection from estate sales, eBay and for that hard to find piece that no one else has, I go to Nancy Roberts, The Transferware Queen!
I discovered her years ago on eBay and follow her blog, Nancy's Daily Dish.
You can find lovely and unique transferware for sale through her online store here.

Wait for it:
Nancy has generously offered a $50 gift card as a giveaway on my blog!
To enter, just leave a comment with contact information should you win.
Or better yet, visit Nancy's Daily Dish and come back to tell me what your favorite dish is.

A winner will be chosen at random on Friday, January 31st.

In addition, Nancy is offering a 15% discount to vignette design readers towards any merchandise in her online store.  Just use the code "vignettedesign" when checking out.


For more information about Nancy, watch this video where she explains her passion for transferware, its history and shows a glimpse into her home and "transferware-ville" garage!

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109 comments:

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

I too am a lover of transferware. My first pieces were bought at the flea markets in Germany. They were a lovely red. Since that time I have slowly been collecting the brown and polychrome. Thank you for the chance.

sugarcreek said...

Years ago I purchased a huge red platter at our church rummage sale ($80...a big spend for me then, now it's a steal) that started me on the transfer path. Both the transfer ware & jewelry are gorgeous. My faves were the blue egg cup and the cheese ball dome. I love finding dinnerware or utensils that represent ways of serving food no longer in common use.

Julianne McCahill said...

What a wonderful giveaway! My favorite plate is the Purple Valentine's Wedgwood Transfer Plate!! LOVE IT!!

Cathy said...

I'm in with you. I love the modern Liberty Blue d have a pretty complete set that I use often. I also collect pieces that were made for tourists for places. I've got a plate with my parents wedding site! Blue is my fav but I'm doing some brown now. cathrynlane@gmail.com

Pat said...

Beautiful transferware, Delores. I love it all!

Bonnie said...

I also love transferware. I gave my daughter numerous pieces of purple transferware I collected and she hug the plates in a lovely grouping. I have blue and white and red and white but really love your favorite pattern "Windsorware" by Johnson Brothers.

I would love a chance to win your giveaway.

Marian said...

Pick a favorite at her site- Hahahahaha. I'm late to the party but I also love my transferware. The colors are so pretty, the details so lush.

Alycia Nichols said...

Hi, Delores! I have been missing many of your posts because for some reason I was suddenly disconnected from getting the email alerts from most bloggers. This apparently happened during my hiatus from blogging, so I didn't notice until I returned. Weird! Anyway, I have re-subscribed now, so I hope that does the trick.

You have an amazing & enviable collection of transferware!!! I don't think I really fell in love with it until I got wind of stylist Joe Nye. He puts a beautiful hurtin' on transferware!!! I was hooked from that moment on! You put a hurtin' on it, too, young lady!!! :-)

I remember when my Dad was deep in the throes of his Alzheimer's how he would study the design on the transferware I had out on the table. He literally studied it for hours. That makes me a little sad, but it also makes me treasure that particular set that much more.

Have a great week!

Jo said...

I'm a hereditary dish lover. I've had to build extra storage just to hold my many collections. Can't wait to pass them to the next generation. Jo @ Let's Face the Music

Shannon said...

I already found so many great items! I'm trying to purchase something right now but the code is not working :(

Leslie said...

Hi Dolores, I'd love to be entered in your giveaway! Your collection is gorgeous! leslie

sydney85 said...

I love Nancy's blog. My favorite is anything green.

LauraC said...

Enter me in the giveaway. I love this item from the second page of her listings: Blue Transferware Kingsware Floral Medallion Enamel Chinoiserie Chintz Embossed / Relief Border Plate England Vintage Coalport RARE

LauraC cald56atfrontiernetdotnet

Jacki Salinas said...

Oh how I love transferware! AND Nancy's website!! My favorite is Rural Scenes; I found a platter (pricey but beautiful) at Warrenton last year. Love it!

Kristen Katz said...

Her instant wall displays are genius! Please enter me- my walls are begging for some transfer ware!

Patricia said...

What a beautiful collection of transferware you have. I also love it, but my collection is small and not as colorful as yours - I am envious !
Thanks for the chance to enter the giveaway - what a lovely and generous gift !

gme said...

I love the Rural Scenes! Would love to win! emerygm@yahoo.com

txcatlover said...

Love transferware. I have a few treasured pieces of Mason Vista Brown from my grandmother. If I had more storage, I'd buy way too much in all colors. Would love to win the gift certificate.

cheri said...

I love the rural scences, most notably in brown.

Lesa said...

I fell in love with transfer ware while shopping flea markets in and around London while visiting there several years ago. Lugged about 10 pieces around one day. Got back to the states without a piece being broken. Needless to say I am a huge fan!

AndeM1 said...

LOVE....this site. I can't pick a favorite....I love them all. I pick up pieces when I see them (and they fit my budget.....) you just can't have enough.

Daphne Davis said...

All Transferware is wonderful. Thank you for sharing this web site! I love the Brown- Black Transferware Platter Datchet Bridge - Bucks Thames River. I too, collect Majolica and love brown transferware with my Majolica pieces!

Susan Gillespie said...

Love your blog and always enjoy viewing your incredible designs and ideas. I love transferware - its many colors and themes.

The Victorian Girl said...

You are sooo lucky to have such a beautiful collection of transferware! I use Blue Willow for my everyday dishes and Spode Winter's Eve for Christmas so blue and white are my favorites. Those polychrome dishes are calling my name though! I may have to collect a few pieces. I have been following Nancy's Daily Dish for several years and would love to win the giveaway. kellam.susan@yahoo.com

swedecollection said...

Ridgways Oriental is just fabulous with the roses around the edge. My husband actually found Nancy's site when searching for transferware for me and started my following of her. Lots of unusual plates if you are looking for rare ones.

Your tablescapes with your transferware and majolica look fabulous togther.

Carolyn Bish said...

What a great giveaway! I would have a tough time choosing from Nancy's site, I love it all. The transferware I have is limited to garage sale and thrift store finds so I don't really have a complete set. That's the beauty of transferware it looks great to mix and match! I love to use plates as artwork and have several hanging on my walls as well. Nancy also has a fun selection of jewelry as well, and the prices are very reasonable.

Miss Jane said...

I didn't always love transferware but now... I can't get enough of it. Recently I found a few pieces of "Dorchester" by Johnson Brosat GW. The pink in it will be perfect for Valentine's Day. Thank you for Nancy's information, maybe I can find a couple more plates so at least I'll have four.

Heather said...

I too love transferware. I started with the red and now have black and green as well, these days I keep my eye open for patterns in teal. Thanks for the chance at your giveaway, I would love a chance to shop at Nancy's.

Shauna K said...

such beautiful pieces!! I love the red Mount Vernon View plate, especially since we were able to visit there a few years back! :) thank you & Nancy so much for the chance to enter and for hosting this giveaway!
shauna {at} skstudios {dot} us

Mardell Grayhek said...

I love Transferware. I started collecting pink with Charlotte from Mason's. I have found pieces in many unlikely places. My husband purchased a dark green set from Williams Sonoma about 11 years ago, Kent, made by Wedgewood. I have brown turkey plates for Thanksgiving pie and would love to have His Majesty's platter!

Unknown said...

I started with red and now have blue, brown and several with multi-color scenes. My favorite (today, at least) is Baker & Co. Persian Rose. I found a complete coffee pot, creamer and 4 dessert plates for $11 at an estate sale in PA 3 years ago and was hooked on brown.

Sarah said...

Delores, you have an amazing collection of beautiful transfer ware. I love the way you pair it with majolica and tartan. I've started doing the same because of your role model. This is a fabulous post. I will add some of these images to my pinterest boards. Thank you! Love Nancy's site and found some wonderful pieces from her. She is a sweetheart. '-)

Betty W said...

Love all your beautiful transfer dishes. I love the color purple so I have to say that one is my favorite.

Vicki Daugherty said...

Wow, you have some fabulous pieces! I only have a few but would love to be entered in the drawing. Now, I must go back and sigh over yours again. Vicki in Louisville KY

K Little @Cooking with K said...

Would love the win the giveaway…anything red!!

Donna D said...

Wow, I have a few but these are really gorgeous! There's a red polychrome that I'd love to go over a window.

Donna

BuffyPalomar said...

I just bought a set of red transfer ware and I love it! So, anything purple would be great to start my next color collection.

Thanks,
Cathy Chapman
Cathyology@aol.com

Isabel Dias said...

I love english transferware. I have already some pieces in red, blue and Brown but my favorite one is the rural/pastoral/bucolic scenes in policromatic.
I don't know if this giveway is extensive to Europe, if so, my email is: isabelmariapdias@gmail.com.
I do love your home and style: very romantic,cozy and personal.
Best wishes.
Isabel

Caroline Garland said...

Seriously, asking me to pick a favourite from Nancy's site is like asking me to pick a favourite book. There are SO many! I don't really collect the particular patterns; I just like the antique and obscure, or even the "just really pretty." With that in mind, I want the toast rack, the shaving scuttle mug, the purple "instant collection" set (purple's my favorite colour)... and so many more. PLEASE let me win so I can use the certificate as an excuse to go spend money on dishes! :) Thanks for the giveaway!

Scribbler said...

I really enjoyed seeing your transfer ware and the way you mix it up so masterfully. I periodically go over to Nancy's blog to drool. Think I will go back now. I really would like to have some purple pieces.

Carol Ann said...

Just gorgeous! I love the look when you layer different patterns. I'm partial to the browns when it comes to color, but honestly, I love it all!

Carol Ann
camorrison5@gmail.com

Sue Malizia said...

I love all of them...particularly Friendly Village. I have Johnson Brothers Rose Chintz (not exactly sure if that is considered transferware). I received it as my 16th birthday gift 44 years ago and still love it. Thank you for your generous giveaway.
Sue M.
calgalsue@gmail.com

Jaybird said...

This post is so wonderful!!!!
I have a large collection of red and white transferware, some brown and white, and I'm on the hunt for a couple of pieces of black and white, PLEASE enter me in the drawing.
Blessings to you,
J

Gail Olds said...

I have loved the Mason "vista" for many years but I'm also loving the Mason "Fruit Basket" as well. I may have to keep collecting. victorianatheart.blogspot.com@gmail.com

Victoria said...

Nancy's stock is impressive. I have bought from her before and her dishes are top quality. My favorite in her current stock is the Charlotte Brown cheese dome and platter. What a lovely giveaway.
Best...Victoria

acd053a4-87a0-11e3-9f6e-000bcdcb2996 said...

Lovely post. Tranferware is classic and versatile as you say. Thanks for the chance to win a giftcard! nadjasgutowski@aol.com

RoseMillsOhio said...

I like the English swags and ribbons blue transferware plate. (In the midst of changing everything to blue and white after years of decorating with fall colors!)

Sharlotte said...

I always think I have a favorite picked out until I see another pattern. I just can't decide!!! I love Nancy's Dish too, she's always displaying gorgeousness!!
Sharlotte
sspence2361@yahoo.com

Ming said...

Loving the ANTIQUE GREEN TRANSFERWARE CRESCENT BONE DISH MIKADO JOHNSON BROTHERS! Different shape and oh so quaint. mmh77@aol.com

Jennifer said...

I love the Charlotte pattern and that blue vegetable bowl in that pattern is wonderful. Thanks for the chance!
sdjh(at)pacbell(dot)net

Wendy Lee said...

I can not tell you how much I loved this post. I could set and look at these lovelies all day long. I don't have a favorite but anything with blue catches my eye and to have this opportunity to add to my collection would be wonderful. Thank you for the chance!

Elizabeth@ Pine Cones and Acorns said...

I love transferware, especially the brown.

You have a beautiful collection and I always enjoy seeing it and his tablescapes.

RoverGal said...

I love, love, love transferware! Most of collection is Johnson Brothers, and I share the same favorite as you - Harvest Fruit. I have several sets of fruit-themed pattern, plus a green collection and a purple collection. Thank you for the chance to win!

bella said...

I love transferware.I only have four dinner plates of Straffordshire Stratford Stage in blue and white that I found at a thrift store sale. I would like to add other pieces. My email is luv2read90045@yahoo.com. Please enter me in the drawing.

Sally said...

I love transferware. One of my fave's from the shop is from the blue section - Scenic Plate Church Children Horses Roses - love it! Thanks for the opportunity to win :)

sally.puckett@yahoo.com

carolyn bradford said...

What great friends we would be in person! A girl after my own heart! I wish you could visit Mulberry Heights…you would find your hearts delight in transferware! It is the whole reason I even opened my shop in the first place! Loved this post!

Carol@6WilsonBlog.com said...

How could a person possibly pick a favorite? ;-) I've been following Nancy for a long time, she's got the most gorgeous collection. The Scrolls & Vine brown platter is to die for. And your collection is beautiful, too. I especially love the Friendly Village tureen. You always show the loveliest table settings.

Kathy Bunge said...

After you had mentioned Nancy's shop in a prior blog, I have been a fan of her beautiful pieces. Since I love blue transferware & have been collecting it for years, I am in love with the blue Rural Scenes plate! Delores, I love your pieces too & always enjoy seeing the unique ways you blend pieces for your tablescapes! Love your blog! Love Nancy's shop!

Kathy

Sandy A said...

I love Red Transferware--it is so hard to choose from all the beautiful pieces. And the Brown is fast becoming a favorite also...

Linda said...

WOW love the blue or red but your multi are beautiful too always liked friendly village but really didnt know so much was out there thank you for the giveaway please enter me
linda m

Heartland born said...

I am new to transfer where but it is so charming and so diverse. I love your photographs they are truly inspiring.

Liz Baird said...

Oh, how I love transfer ware. I collect many different patterns and colors. My favorite changes with my mood and the seasons. I really enjoy displaying it in my house full of tartans and plaids.

Texas gal said...

My taste has changed over the years from contemporary to more vintage, comfortable surroundings. Would love to start a red set then on to blue. Have to start sometime.
Thank you.

Susie said...

I am partial to blue transferware, but love them all. Lharos@cox.net

L said...

I have a small set of Friendly Village-made in England, but just would LOVE the purple...I have loved it all before I even knew what it was-lol! I saw a Friendly village punch bowl set many years ago-seems like it was $35 in an antique store-sure do wish I had bought it-never seen another one!

Nita Stacy said...

Ok, now thanks to you and Nancy...I am obsessed with this pattern....Royal Doulton Catham!

This plate started it...

http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/rare-vintage-english-polychrome-red-transferware-scenic-plate-royal-doulton-chatham

I have collected lots of different china over the years and I thought my obsession with finding vintage china was over....I had all I could ever need or want.

I have more than place settings for 12 in Luray Pastels in a mix of colors

I have a set of 12 Johnson Brothers Richmond White

I have red depression glass

I have lots of mix and match rose patterned china

My MOm has tons of blue transferware passed down through her family

She also has setting of 12 Johnson Brothers Friendly Village (I love that too)

I also collect Majolica

And I now collect a mix of New white ironstone but it's intended for every day use.

I resisted transferware all these years because there was never one in my colors or one that i couldn't resist....and now!!!!

I was going along in perfect bliss...till reading this post and checking out Nancy's pages. I've looked on her pages before but I guess I never looked that deep.

If I win I'll definitely buy that pattern and it will be the centerpiece of my Valentine display!

Ann said...

I was lucky enough to inherit my mother-in-law's Friendly Village and have added it throughout the years. I use it all winter long

Terry Moore said...

I am in love with transferware and have been following Nancy for years. My favorite is the red...it just speaks to me but oddly enough, I have blue on my living room walls.

licha20 said...

I love transferware!! Crossing my fingers! :-))

Sheila Irwin said...

Well, I can't say for sure what I would pick in her lovely store. For instance, I'm dying to start collecting Windsorware and Friendly Village so it might be one of those... or I just might add to my collection of brown transferware pitchers. I just know that I would get something lovely!

Sheila Irwin
sheilairwin@sbcglobal.net

Thanks so much!!

Cynthia Christensen said...

My favorite Transferware pattern is Johnson's Friendly Village.
I have a very minor collection but would love to add to it with Nancy's Daily Dish.
Actually, I would love to be a mouse in Nancy's garage and just "touch and feel" her goodies. Heaven!
Your collection is beyond beautiful. Thanks for sharing your creative tablescapes. I look forward to more.♥

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Hi Delores, I'm so hooked on transferware--all the little details in the scenes and the borders and the use of color is intriguing. I love the way you mix it with majolica and tartan and more earthy elements too. My favorite pieces in Nancy's shop right now might be the Pomeroy pieces. I think I am in a red/pink mood as those colors seem so bright and cheerful in the middle of this cold winter. Thank you for the chance to win! Linda

PersonallyByPat said...

I, too, love English Transferware (AND Nancy's shop!) and have pieces in several of the patterns you like, also! I'd love to win the gift certificate to Nancy's shop!

Pat
PersonallyByPat.com

Peggy said...

I love transferware! It would be too hard to tell you which of Nancy's many beautiful pieces I like the most. My favorite color is the blue, though. I like mixing my pieces. My family is always getting a different scene, which makes dining at the table fun! peggycrawford@gmail.com

Connie Eyberg Originals said...

Lavender Purple Transferware Victorian Platter Basket of Roses Charlotte
Lavender Purple Transferware Victorian Platter Basket of Roses Charlotte
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$34.99

I love the purple transferware, Victorian and roses. This basket of roses is gorgeous!

bbard said...

I love transferware as well and have kind of a thing for the brown. But the JG Meakin yellow set of 4 English coffee mugs is such a happy little set! I love them! I am also falling in love with some of the teal pieces.

Donna G said...

I have just started in collecting transferware, mainly finding it at thrift stores. I have only a few pieces of red. I like them all! Thanks for the giveaway!

Olive said...

I currently have 8 sets of English transferware. Brown Old Castles of Britain from the 1920's is my favorite.

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

I love it all. One of my favorites that Nancy has on her site is the red transferware with cows, sheep in a pasture.

Rayray Cartucci said...

OH MY GOSH!!! Gorgeous!! I would love to be the winner....please count me in. THANK YOU!!!!
rachelcartucci(at)gmail(dot)com

Babs R said...

Transferware has been a love of mine for a long time. Your Harvest Fruit Windsorware is one I've often admired, but the price is so dear, I just look at pictures of it. :) Thanks for sharing your collection and the video of Nancy's transferware garage.
Please enter me for a chance to win the giveaway.

Katie said...

My best friend introduced me to transferware, and has bought me 4 tea cups/ saucers in the Friendly Village pattern, also a Christmas platter. I've grown fond of the lovely intricate designs and look for it at sales now. I'd adore the Tea Cup and Saucer Cattle Goat Bridge Royal Doulton Chatham at Nancy's store. Thanks for the opportunity! :)

SizzleandZoom said...

A really nice collection and beautifully photographed for us. This can make a collector of me.

Mary said...

I think I have died and gone to heaven. I have never been to Nancy's site and I will be spending lots of time there in the future! I really loved the http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/red-transferware/products/red-pink-vintage-english-transferware-square-plate-bucolic-mill-stream-roses Thanks so much for the chance!

Laura Dowden said...

I love the platter with the roses and tulips on Nancy's site!








Cynthia said...

What gorgeous settings! I actually came over from Nancy's blog. I love, love, love just about everything in her shop! Thank you for the opportunity to win!

Laurie Ritchey said...

Delores, it is dangerous for me to browse Nancy's website. My checkbook balance isn't big enough! I love every single piece you've shown in this post, as well as your most recent post. I also love seeing all of the wonderful ways you put them together with other patterns. This giveaway is so generous. Thanks for the chance. laurie

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

I'm sure I could find a place to squeeze in another plate or two or perhaps another platter. Hmmm..Can a girl ever have to much transferware? I think not. :)
terrileeauthor@yahoo.com

xinex said...

I love transferware too and you sure have a beautiful collection, Delores...Christine

Deborah said...

I have shopped with Nancy for awhile now. So glad she introduced me to you. Love transfer ware!

Sandy A said...

I left a comment on Nancy's post how beautiful all the table settings were--each is so pretty. I love Transferware in Red and now am loving Brown also. Lets face it--it all is gorgeous. As a favorite piece it would take me hours to whittle it down to just one...

PrairieBlossom said...

OMG.....I love all colors of transferware. However, right now I'm looking for blue to go in my living room. Thanks for this opportunity.

Susan T
prairie-blossom@att.net

Jane S. said...

My mother has always had transferware for her "fancy" dishes. It was so exciting to use those dishes every year on holidays (and even on birthdays). I still love her dishes although I don't know what the pattern is. It's a multi-color rural scene and it always feels like home when we use them. :)

lialexgma said...

My Grandmother had blue willow every day dishes and I fell in love as a child. I go back and forth between red and blue transferware as my favorite and love Nancy's where I have been fortunate to purchase some Clarice Cliff. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the contest. Your table scapes are inspiring!

hazel marec said...

I love the Johnson Brothers Red Chintz transferware and the Majolica chargers on Nancy's blog! Thank you for showing us all of the gorgeous table settings! I love looking at all of the great combinations! It is very hard making a decision on which setting I like the best because they are all beautiful!
Keep on having fun displaying all of your beautiful plates and accessories! I know I truly enjoy reading your blog and looking at all of the eye candy!
Love,
Laura

hazel marec said...

This is Laura Marec again. Sorry I forgot to leave my contact info on the comment I left. My email is: lmarec@roadrunner.com.
Thank you.

Pam said...

I have purchased several pieces from Nancy. She's a fabulous source for quality transferware plus her knowledge is extensive. I really like red transferware. This is such a nice opportunity to add to my collection. I look forward to looking back through your posts. You have a beautiful setting and wonderful tablescapes. Thank you, Pam Smith

keshakeke said...

Wow the transfer wear is all beautiful! I love the transferware Tea Pot Blue Teapot Tonquin English Waterfall Swans Sailboat
Wonderful giveaway!
keshakeke(at)gmail.com

FN said...

I love your beautiful table settings! The transferware is gorgeous and I'd love to enter your contest! I especially love the pattern with the turkeys. It would be lovely for Thanksgiving! I also love the majolica and it's so pretty when you mix it all together!
Thanks!
Frances
fnelson1@comcast.net

Theresa Ball said...

Coming from Nancy's blog to you - now you are bookmarked too! I have 29 brown various turkey patterns for Thanksgiving. We host a large dinner each year. Glad to have found you and your talent.
Theresa Ball, tball@shelton.org

andrea boyle said...

I love everything!!!

andee B said...

Every piece is Gorgeous!! I would love to have anything

Wendy @ Ravenwood Whimzies said...

I came over from Nancy's to enter your giveaway. I love so many of the patterns, it is hard to choose...and transferware is so gorgeous! I try to pick up a piece now and then when I go antiquing, and I'd love to be entered to win.

Nancy said...

I also love transferware, especially browns. I have a brown fern patterned pitcher (about 12 inches high) that I LOVE.

dgmills said...

I am so glad that Nancy introduced me to your blog. You have an amazing collection of transferware and majolica and they do look so lovely together. I would love to win the gift card to Nancy's shop.
dgmills@tampabay.rr.com

Chubby Chieque said...

Nancy will be happy to see us visits your absolutely beautiful and so much inspirational blog.

I am just wishing I live in the US for me to be eligible with the gift card.

Happy weekend.
/CC girl

Lauri Robinson-Hammer said...

Love your blog. Came from Nancy's to check it out and enter.

Geo C said...

I am a lover of transferware as well. I've collected mostly red and blue and am always wanting to add more to my collection. So many beautiful pieces at Nancy's! Would love to win.

Bridget from Refined Vintage said...

I love Transfer ware too I have inherited from my mother-in-law a complete set in red from Taylor Smith Taylor.We love and use it often.
I discovered your blog via's Nancy's blog while researching a Royal Staffordshire/ A.J. Wilkinson pattern,it seems quite rare,I haven't been able to find any others like it. It is called June and it has a border of plum cabbage roses on ivory. If you know anything I would love to learn more.

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