What I love about blue and white is that it looks just as pretty with yellow in the spring/summer as it does with red accents in the fall/winter. A couple months back I posted my tablescape with red accents. You can see it here. Which do you prefer?
This tablesetting is also done with the Spode Blue Room Collection Plates, like the one I did in red, but I'm using different plates.
This is called "Castle" and introduced in 1806..
"Byron Groups" is the name of this design, introduced in 1835.
This plate is called, "Caramanian", introduced in 1809.
Close up of Caramanian.
This design was introduced in 1844 and is called, "Continental Views".
This little guy is waiting patiently for Spring............
You know I "heart" my roosters........
See this little gravy boat? I bought it from Leeza Gibbon's father. He owns an antique store in S.C.
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