Saturday, 14 April 2012

Utility china

Just pricing up some lovely pastel coloured utility china ready for Bridport Vintage Fair next Saturday. I'm loving all those colours on display together.
Woods Ware Beryl, Iris and Jasmine, Meakin Jade Glamour, Johnson Bros Greydawn, Goldendawn and Rosedawn. I will also be taking some crates containing tea and coffee sets.
Let me know if you're after anything in particular, I keep uncovering more of it!
There are some great photos of others collections on this Flickr page


  1. The colours do look perfect together.
    Liz @ Shortbread & Ginger

  2. I was in my local lovely market and saw some lovely china just like yours all pastels and really pretty- i love the colours all mixed together really sweet. I know this is very late me saying this but i was catching up on some of your posts and needed to say how beautiful your easter displays were in your home- the branches and eggs and around your home! soooo lovely!!!!! x

  3. It does all looks really pretty together. I wish I made tea in a pot like a proper grown up! Really looking forward to the Vintage fair next Saturday. I've added the poster to my side bar.

    Safia x

  4. I love your blog!!
    The beautiful colours of These china pieces look wonderful together!!
    Your blog is so inspiring for my miniature work.
    Vicky xxx

  5. The china is all so gorgeous!

    Bee happy x
    Have a delicious day!

  6. Just look at all these amazing dishes...I love all the color!

  7. Hi Ellie, thanks for your lovely comment on my first fair! I shall come and seek you out on Saturday, love the china, my Auntie used to have a pink set and i loved it so much, I thought she was very trendy because it was pink!

  8. My favourite thing - utility china!!
    Gorgeous all together I agree, fab display- though I have only Woods Ware Beryl and Jasmine mostly. The Rosedawn is lovely - only wish your fair was nearer! have a good time x

  9. Hi Ellie,

    Just came back to say,

    I nominated your blog for a Liebster award.

    Details found on my post about soup of all things.



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