Johnson Brothers Willow Pagoda Night Light
Johnson Brothers makes a little night light in “Old Willow,” their iconic blue and white china pattern. It is white with the cobalt blue transfer. The pagoda is made of the same ceramics as the dishes. There is a candelabra base socket inside the pagoda. It has an on/off switch.
Johnson Brothers Pagoda Night Light
1.5″ x 2″ x 5.35″
Elegant and detailed, each piece from the Willow Blue collection features a beautiful oriental landscape motif on fine earthenware; with each richly detailed illustration suggesting its own unique and involving story. This Pagoda Night Light is decorated with the pattern’s signature blue and white design; bringing a touch of Far Eastern mystery to every home.
Blue Willow Teapot Switch Plate Covers and Night Light
I posted earlier about Blue Willow Light Switch and Outlet Cover Plates. I just found these. The pattern is not exactly Blue Willow, but it is Blue Willowish. I love the warm yellow with the shades of blue. Continue reading
Gotham Decor Blue Willow Plate Fan Pull Ornament
Gotham Décor makes this adorable Blue Willow Plate Fan or Light Pull. It is made of acrylic, so it won’t break. Then the little plate is heavily glazed to look just like a Churchill China Blue Willow plate. Continue reading
Real Old Willow Wall Clock by Royal Doulton
Royal Doulton has a wall clock in the Real Old Willow Blue Willow pattern. They are often rather expensive. I have only seen them inexpensive if they don’t work. You could repair it or just put in a different battery driven clock work.
Churchill Blue Willow Wall Clock
Churchill makes a Blue Willow Wall Clock. You can find these pretty easily on eBay.
They are 10″ wide and made of the same ceramics as the plates. The pattern and numbers are in cobalt with clear glaze over them. The hands are gold colored metal.
They have a German Quartz movement, made by Junghans.
Search for Churchill and Royal Doulton Blue Willow Clocks on eBay >
Blue Willow Wall Clocks
There are a lot of Blue Willow wall clocks on Amazon. None of them are very fancy and none of them cost that much. They all use a basic battery driven mechanism. So it’s just a matter of what you like the looks of best. Continue reading
More Blue Willow Facemasks from 3d Rose, Spoonflower and More
When I posted about Facemasks back in March, I was hoping we wouldn’t need them long. But it is August now. The masks I love from Marye-Kelley are on back order, but everyone else is making them now. Continue reading
Betsy Drake Canton Scene Guest Towel
The Betsy Drake Canton Scene Guest Towel came today.
You can see how adorable it is. The description wasn’t much.
Betsy Drake GT865 Canton Scene Guest Towel
- Machine Washable
- Wrinkle Free
- Made From Polyester
Lovely guest towels measure approximately 20×20.
Machine washable and wrinkle free.
Chinoiserie Embroidered Towels by Jessiemae
I found these wonderful embroidered towels on Amazon Handmade.
Jessiemae does personalized and customized machine embroidery in a lot of different patterns. I love these!
The towels are not hand made. They are 26″ square flour sack towels with hemmed edges and a corner loop. Jessiemae pre-washes them, so they won’t shrink and pucker if you use them. Continue reading
Marye-Kelley Tissue Box Cover, Scalloped Waste Paper Basket, Letter Box, Picture Frame and Paperweight in Blue Willow
I was surprised by how many people did not have a home office before they started to work from home during this Pandemic.
Most people (54%) didn’t have a remote work setup before the government moved to curb nonessential gatherings, according to a survey conducted by YouGov in partnership with USA TODAY and LinkedIn. Meanwhile, 74% of professionals age 18 to 74 said they’re now working from home.
Home offices are expensive: Study says most people didn’t have one before coronavirus
Did you start out on the dining room table while you tried to put something together?
But now that you have set up a space to work from while you stay at home, you want to start personalizing it. Continue reading
Spode Mandarin Blue Willow Plate
Spode was founded by Josiah Spode in 1770.
Around 1783, Josiah Spode’s company perfected a technique to apply a blue transfer ceramics underglaze.
At first this was applied to fine earthenware. Then, around 1790, he started producing bone china. Bone china is really made with bone ash mixed with clay. It is very white and translucent. Bone ash was used by porcelain factories before, but Spode added kaolin clay, making it even stronger. By 1815, nearly all the factories in England were using Spode’s formula. Continue reading
Blue and White Chinoiserie Tablecloth by Ralph Lauren
I used to have a beautiful blue and white table cloth. It had a chinoiserie print in shades of cobalt blue on a white background. I used navy or yellow place mats over it. It was perfect to really set off my blue willow dishes. I think it was Ralph Lauren, but it has been discontinued and I cannot find it. Continue reading