Monthly Archives: June 2011

Coalport China Museum

From reading my blog you have probably realized that I am a fan of Coalport China.  For those in love with the collecting and history of antique china, I’ve found a wonderful vacation destination when you’re overseas.  The Coalport China … Continue reading

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Pattern Spotlight: Winchester Pink

  One of the patterns that made it to my Top 10 list was Winchester in Pink by Johnson Brothers.  This rope edged china was produced from 1950 until 1986. I love the soft feminine detailing in this pattern.  The … Continue reading

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Market Find: Theresienthal Barware

  On a recent trip to the New York Tabletop Show, I discovered the wonderful barware of Theresienthal, a wonderful German company in business since 1836.  Here are a few of my favorites: FEUILLES “The appeal of the double layered … Continue reading

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Top 10 Flow Blue China Patterns

  Following up on my post yesterday about my Top 10 Vintage China Patterns, today I’m focusing on flow blue.  If you’re unfamilar with “flow blue,” here’s a quick summary from Wikipedia: “Flow blue is a style of white earthenware, sometimes … Continue reading

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Top 10 Vintage China Patterns

  I’m happy to be sharing with you today my Top 10 Vintage China Patterns.  I’ve been collecting for years and out of the many thousands of patterns out there, these are truly my favorites! 1. Leighton Spray by Coalport … Continue reading

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