Monthly Archives: May 2011

One Plate – Many Looks: Part IV

Today I continue my series looking at the many looks achieved with antique ironstone Strathmore Blue by Mason’s.   Charger: Anna Weatherley Mug: Gien Fillet Blue A closer look:  Blue Charger by Anna Weatherley     Filets Bleus Pattern by … Continue reading

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One Plate – Many Looks: Part III

 Today I continue my series looking at the many looks achieved with antique ironstone Strathmore Blue by Mason’s.    Placemat: Fiesta! by Deborah Rhodes Charger: Mottahedeh Apple Lace Here’s a closer look:   Apple Lace Pattern from Mottahedeh   Placemat: … Continue reading

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One Plate – Many Looks: Part II

 Today I continue my series looking at the many looks achieved with antique ironstone Strathmore Blue by Mason’s.   Placemat: Kim Seybert Green Capiz Charger: Vietri Jute Napkin: Bodrum Linens Napkin Ring: Sabre Old Fashion Here’s a closer look:   … Continue reading

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One Plate – Many Looks: Part I

Today is the first installment of my series “One Plate – Many Looks.”  Enjoy!   Here we start out with a Mason’s Strathmore Blue Ironstone dinner plate. Salad Plate: Mottahedeh Blue Lace Boullion Bowl: Gien Pont Choux in Cream Cutlery: Ercuis … Continue reading

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Strathmore Ironstone

As I mentioned yesterday, I’m bringing an entire series of posts to the blog centered around the Strathmore Blue pattern from Mason’s Ironstone China.  I love this early twentieth century English pattern.  If you’re interested in collecting Stratmore Blue, here … Continue reading

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