On St. Patrick's Day
we all have a little Irish in us.
(and I do have just a little from my Mom's side)
When I saw that there was a St. Patrick's Celebration
I wanted to join in the fun!
So for the Wearin' O the Green Celebration
And Kathleen at Cuisine Kathleen
is having a Blog Crawl...
And also, Kathleen of Faded Charm with
I thought I'd share some "green" of the china kind,
with a few pieces of my green transferware
in several different patterns.
This is "Kent" by Wedgewood.
I'm putting together a picnic tin
full of some Irish luck and blessings.
Irish Biscuit tin.
Vintage St. Patty's Postcard
This platter is John Maddock and Sons from England
The gravy boat is King's Border from England
This little sugar and creamer, well used but not too old,
is Romantic England, Herefordshire, by Meakin.
And this plate is part of a set of
Romantic England, Haddon Hall by Meakin.
My dining room is moss green,
so I love displaying my collection
of green transferware from England.
And to share some White from Ireland,
I found these images of beautiful Irish Pottery.
These are Belleek.
Hope you all have a good St. Patrick's Day!
Watch out for the Blarney
and don't get pinched!