April 15, 2010

Beautiful Heirloom Plate

Popping in, again, ( Renee, that's three times today!) to show you a pretty plate that my husband had from his grandmother. It is a lone little bread plate, part of a much larger set (no idea who ended up with it). It is Haviland china. I thought it deserved to be noticed and I placed it on a small painted candlestick with museum putty. I did not want to permanently mount it. We used it in our Easter table decoration with a small nest on it. Is it delightful!


  1. What a great idea, and I like that's it's not permanent.

    That is one pretty plate!

  2. Hi Roseanna! Oh, this is so beautiful! I've never seen this pattern before.
    Thank you for popping in to see me and I hope you'll join my fun party coming up on May 7.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

  3. Happy to see you over at Farmhouse....and you have the vincent price cookbook...i have about a zillion cookbooks and i still think that one is my favorite..

    love the onion soup, the chicken in parchment paper, the canneloni,and i always do his prime rib and yorkshire pudding..and the thanksgiving from the wayside inn is wonerful..oh, i just love it all..and that little plate on your post is adorable...

    have a wonderful weekend, my friend


  4. Hi Roseanna,
    Happy you found me...
    It is always great! to connect with other artist,feeding off of each others passion for all things beautiful :)

    I will be following you too!!


  5. What a beautiful plate stand. : ) Thank you so much for your sweet words to me on Heather Bullard's blog! I just can't believe that I won!!! Wow! I will definitely be putting those treasures to good use!

    Have a lovely week!

    : )

    Julie M.


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