Laura Ashley makes these photo frames in three sizes and three colors. Continue reading
Wade, who makes the little Whimsies in Red Rose Tea, makes these birds that remind me of the birds on Blue Willow. There are a lot of variations in different sizes.
They are all on eBay and the price is all over the place. Continue reading
Danbury Mint made the Spices of the World little spice containers in the 1990s. There are three that are shaped like little pagodas. Continue reading
Italian tole looks nothing like Pennsylvania Dutch tole. They are both painted metal, but that’s about where it ends.
Italian tole chandeliers usually have painted fruit and flowers, but Chinoiserie chandeliers with bamboo and pagodas are a theme, too. Continue reading
This chandelier over a kitchen island caught my eye as I was page turning the latest Southern Living magazine. It’s not in one of the articles. It is in a list of Southern Living Custom Builder Program Members.
What is that light over the island made out of? Continue reading
Have you seen these? These are Wedgwood Wonderlust. Continue reading
Amazon just showed me the Charter Club Damask Designs Paisley Denim Bedding Collection. I love the blue and white colors and they show it mixed with crisp whites and other shades. Continue reading
I was helping someone identify what they thought was Blue Willow china and found this beautiful collection, Blue Canton by Mottahedeh. Besides the dishes, serving pieces and bake ware in this pattern, they also make these pieces that are pretty much just for display.
|HC191||Small Platter (9 1/2″ x 12″)|
|S1629||Salt and Pepper Set (2 1/2″ h.)|
|HC86||Fu Dog Jar (6 1/2″ h.)|
Mottahedeh Small Blue Canton Fu Dog Jar
The small Fu Dog jar is a unique Mottahedeh piece. Blue Canton design elements decorate the item and a small Fu Dog serves as the finial. Licensed product of Historic Charleston.
Mottahedeh Blue Canton Oven Safe and Bakeware
Of everything Mottahedeh makes, my favorite are the beautiful and durable oven-to-tableware. They are absolutely beautiful. They look delicate, but are meant to be used.
The baking dishes are dishwasher and oven safe. The quiche pan has a lobed or fluted edge. The little ramekins are sold singly. They are affordable and durable and would make a lovely gift.
They are expensive, but not as expensive as things I have from Pampered Chef. Continue reading
I was helping someone identify what they thought was Blue Willow china and found this beautiful collection, Blue Canton by Mottahedeh.