Tag Archives: Flow Blue

“Ways With Antiques”: Displaying Your Collections

To end our series of Ways with Antiques, I would like to talk about displaying your collections.  As an avid collector, I am frequently ask by design clients …first of all what should I collect, and secondly, what is the … Continue reading

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“Antique of the Week”: Let’s Talk Turkey!

Thanksgiving at Chestnut Cottage would not be complete without our antique flow blue turkey platters! This was my first of the two antique platters and was a gift from Wells.  He purchased it as a surprise from Bergdorf Goodman’s antique … Continue reading

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A “Happily Ever After” Home + Guest Post at SavorNC!

Can you hear the bells? It’s wedding season once again! This year I have the great pleasure of helping Kristen Anderson create a “happily ever after” newlywed home. Kristen is the daughter of one of my dearest friends, and I … 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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Blue and White Part 4

  “There’s a joy without Canker or cork There’s a pleasure eternally new Tis to gloat on the glaze And the mark Of china that’s acient and blue.” Andrew Lang, from the Ballad of Blue China  This ballad well describes … Continue reading

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