Wednesday, January 29, 2014

My Personal Favorites

 Last night I got lost for hours on Nancy's Daily Dish website.
I was like a kid in a candy store, overwhelmed by all the beauty.
I did however manage to pick a few favorites like this plate with the grapevine border and horse scene.

Another scene from this pattern.
I love the ladies chatting at the garden gate.
So adorable!

The more I see of this pattern, the more I love it!
It's Spode Copeland and this platter depicts a cow and the vet.

I'm tempted to start collecting solid brown transferware.
This is the same pattern as my purple and multi-color called Rural Scenes by A.J. Wilkinson.

A brown transferware pitcher and bowl set caught my eye.
It would be lovely in a bathroom or guest bedroom.

Who can resist a brown transferware platter?
You can never have too many platters, right?

This platter goes with my Mason's Fruit Basket pattern.

This is the Friendly Village pattern by Johnson Brothers.
Exquisite!

 Then I saw this pattern!
Oh my, I love it!

 The colors are so vivid and I can just imagine a tablescape with this pattern.

 The border.
It's by W.R. Midwinter
I'm in love!

If you're in love with transferware like I am, be sure to visit Nancy's Daily Dish.
I promise you will love seeing all the different patterns.
Nancy is offering a 15% discount--just use the code "vignettedesign" when checking out.

Be sure to enter the giveaway too for a $50 gift certificate.
Just leave a comment.
The winner will be announced Friday, January 31st.

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22 comments:

shiree segerstrom said...

Hello Delores, I've had Vignette Design on my blogroll for some time. Would love for you to drop by Joy of Nesting and say hello! I actually heard of you from Bonnie Broten, the stylist you worked with on your feature in Tuscan Home. Best, Shiree' www.joyofnesting.blogspot.com

gme said...

All these are beautiful. Hard to choose just one!

65c3e304-8930-11e3-945d-000bcdcb2996 said...

Hi, I love your blog and I LOVE all the transferware. Your table settings are always lovely. I would love to win anything from Nancy's shop.
Thanks,
Dawn R.

Emily Sanders said...

So pretty! Thanks for introducing me to her site!

Candy S said...

I think the brown transferware is the prettiest. It has a lovely old fashioned look and at the same time seems so timeless in it's appeal to the eye. I haven't been to Nancy's for a while, I think it's time to stop by and take a look again. A gift certificate would be really nice, there certainly is a lot of beautiful transferware to choose from.

Pinky at Designs by Pinky said...

I don't own any transferware but always admire it when I see it. These are all beautiful examples.!!!

Sarah said...

Delores, I spent some time on Nancy's site last night making a wish list. I'm a fan of the brown transfer ware. Nancy has helped me add some great pieces. I've got a few more in my sight.
Thanks for sharing more of Nancy's beautiful transfer ware. ~ Sarah

A Toile Tale said...

Delores -
You're singing my song here!!!! I've been in love with transferware for decades. I started collecting blue, then fell in love with brown, and have recently began hoarding purple. Declaring a favorite is like choosing a favorite child. I'll keep them all, thank you!
Linda @ A Toile Tale

Phyllis @Around the House said...

I too am a dish lover, just something about beautiful dishes that sets my heart a twitter, beautiful fabric does that for me as well..I remember selling a set of brown transferware that belonged to my mom...so many sets of dishes, I did not do tablescapes at the time, duh, sure wish I had them now to do a beautiful autumn setting...thanks for sharing the beautiful dishes...

Heather said...

I just love all transferware. I am just staring to collect a few pieces of the multi colored ones and those first few pieces you pictured are just lovely.

Rhonda said...

I love Nancy's site! I have a collection of the Copeland Spode Byron and also the red transferware, purchased through Nancy (who is one of the sweetest ladies ever!). I'd also like to start a brown collection and a purple collection. Does it have to stop somewhere???

Lynda Lamon said...

Hi Delores, I love brown transferware and the Friendly Village patterns. Thanks for the chance to win! Love your blog!!!

Teresea Hicks said...

I love all the transferware dishes you have shown. I'm going to Nancy's site now to check it out. Would love to win and add to my growing collection.

Terri~terrileeauthor said...

I've been there many times as I cannot pass by a transferware plate!! I have a pretty good collection of BROWN transferware and I love each and every scene, especially the pastoral scenes. Can't wait to see what great tablescapes you come up with. :)

Alison Perkins said...

Oh my, so many to choose from and so little time. I think I'm in heaven.

Kathryn Bechen Ink said...

What gorgeous dishes! Thanks for sharing this blog. I'm still enjoying your blog as well; so lovely.

Loi Thai, Tone on Tone said...

Stop it, Delores! You are killing me with these temptations. I have a small collection of brown-and-whites, and I desperately want more. But I gotta behalf and save up for the house in Maine. Thanks for the eye candy, though :) xoxo

Bernie said...

Your collection is beautiful! I remember my mom having pieces similar to yours and we used them for everyday. Yikes!

Unknown said...

Exploring the pages of Nancy's
Daily Dish is an adventure through the elegance of history. Delores thank you for the wonderful journey.
Sheryl

Alycia Nichols said...

Remember the name we gave ourselves in relation to dishes awhile back? Well......!!!!! :-)

I love transferware, too. It's so pretty, and Nancy has such a fabulous collection of it! I won some from her a couple of years ago and it is a treasure.

Have a terrific Super Bowl weekend!

The Tablescaper said...

So much beauty, hard to decide.

- Alma, The Tablescaper

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Thanks for the reminder to check out Nancy's beautiful transferware. I am in the market for some red and white transferware. I've started my 2014 wish list.

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