Tuesday, March 16, 2010

St. Patrick's Celebration of Green and White Wednesday

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
White Wednesday



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!

love,
Debra

50 comments:

  1. Debra...I just adore that little green picnic basket and the beautiful pieces you have tucked in. I also really like the Belleek china....very pretty :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  2. Oh Debra!
    This is gorgeous! For a minute there, I thought you were packing that beautiful basket up to send it to ME!
    ;)
    Happy St. Patrick's Day and may the luck of the Irish be with you!!!
    :)

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  3. Hi Debra,
    Thanks for finding me and bringing me over!!!
    I'm off for a walk but I will be back to discover all your beauty!!!
    ~xo

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  4. Hi Debra, I love your "Kent" china! Happy St. Patrick's Day!
    Hugs,
    Julia

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  5. Oh wow...I just love that transferware. The platter is just fabulous...it all is! Thank you so much for joining me today!

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  6. Hi Debra
    Just love that transferware! It is so pretty in green and so fitting for St Pats day. Lovely post.
    Blessings
    Rebecca

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  7. Well Debra, this post will put me in St. Patrick's day mood! Green everywhere! Love the basket full of goodies. Have a blessed day my friend!

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  8. Love the picnic basket display! So creative and BEAUTIFUL! I love transferware! Have a great St.Patrick's Day!

    Jody

    There is some Irish somewhere in my family~we keep it simple~green pancakes for breakfast! The kids just love it!

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  9. What gorgeous St. Patrick's displays, Debra--I love it alL! Hope you're having a beautiful day--thanks for sharing with us!

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  10. Debra,
    You are so talented. I am amazed how you keep churning out wonderful, beautiful and thoughtful posts.
    I look forward every time to seeing what you put together for our enjoyment.
    Lois

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  11. Debra~~

    Your china is just lovely. I like the patterns. My mother in law collected Belleek. It's beautiful...

    xoxo
    Jane

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  12. Dear Debra,
    happy St Patrick's day and thanks for stopping by! I love your images and I especially love the transfer ware! The displays you created are lovely!! I will definitely be back for more, I'm glad we found each other:)
    Have a wonderful green day!!
    XoXo
    Gail

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  13. Oh Debra ~ what a fantastic job putting it all together. Whens the next picnic? I love the creamer & sugar, just lovely ~ Happy St. Patricks Day ~ Slainte'

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  14. Hi Debra,
    What a beautiful display of your dishes. I am in love with the green transferware. I love it all.

    Happy St. Patrick's Day.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  15. Very beautiful! Definitely a lovely picnic!
    Happy St. Paddy's Day and WW as well.
    Monica.

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  16. LOVE the basket display...and I have no Irish in me!!!!! It's so cute!!!!

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  17. I love your Irish picnic tin! All your dishes are so beautiful!

    Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  18. Gorgeous Debra! Love the finishing touch with the teapots!!
    Warmest hugs,
    Sandi @ Bearly Sane

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  19. you always have the BEST collections! happy st. patty's day!

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  20. Hey Debra-
    Are you wrapped in chicken wire at your booth?
    Send out an all points bulletin if you need me.

    My payment?
    Those green and white dishes!

    Laura

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  21. I gasped at your beautiful picnic tin! Wow, I really need one of those myself. We have been busy getting ready for St. Patrick's Day around here also. The kids went leprechaun hunting tonight, it was fun watching them run around with their butterfly nets.

    Have a good St. Partick's Day!
    Kate AKA "One of the Crazy Girls Up North!" And yes, that is actually a fairly accurate description!

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  22. Nice post, I luv the teapot. A good Irish tea pot, Have a good day. Julian

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  23. OMG Debra! You have some absolutely gorgeous dishes! I am so in love with each of them!! Beautiful!

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  24. Oh, your transferware is awesome! I just love it. All of your pictures are so pretty. Come by my blog and enter for a chance to win Rachael Ray bake ware.
    Thanks!
    Sherry
    www.thecharmofhome.blogspot.com

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  25. I swear, you have *stuff* for every occasion and holiday! Your collections are absolutely amazing, I really only have a fraction of the nifty treasures you possess!

    How was dinner?

    Anne

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  26. Wonderful tin loaded with great green goodies. Love the plates and that gravy boat...divine!
    Nice collection of vintage postcards as well.
    Wednesday Blessings ;-)

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  27. The green transferware platter is so so pretty!
    And the picnic basket so cute...
    Rene'

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  28. Hi Debra, those wedgewood plates are to die for!! just beautiful! Happy Patrick's Day!

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  29. What a nice collection of green...I ♥♥♥ the John Maddock and Sons platter, just beautiful, but then I love anything green!

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  30. What a beautiful basket of "green" goodies. (I have that same tin basket :) Very pretty stuff.

    D

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  31. The transferware is so pretty, I like the name romantic england :-)
    The garden in your header is so sweet:-) Bella

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  32. Love the picnic tin with all the Irish Blessings and green. Very pretty things. Happy St. Patrick's Day.
    Lynn

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  33. I think I am just a little green with envy...that transferware is 2die4 as is your tablescaping talents!
    A blog crawl? That's about the only way I'm getting around now, I'm so tired!
    Debbie
    P.S. If I got pinched, I'd never feel it. I'm numb from the eyeballs down!

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  34. Your picnic basket looks ready to go. Love your china with the green on it...very lovely!
    Blessings!
    Gwen

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  35. Bee-You-Tee-Full Post! I adore all of your dishes, especially the plates! I invite you to drop in at my place one day this week as you get a chance. until later...

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  36. Gorgeous treasures! Happy St. Patrick's Day and WW! ~ Rebecca

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  37. What fun looking at all these treasures on St. Patty's Day! I'm not Irish, but I wish I was. Somehow it's just not as much fun being a barefoot Bohemian...

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  38. I would love to picnic with you - that basket is delectable!!

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  39. I love your green and whites today. Happy St. Patrick's & White Wednesday.

    Take care,

    Kathleen

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  40. I love your gorgeous plates and how you had everything displayed, so lovely!!! Happy St. Patrick's Day! Blessings... Daphne

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  41. What a fun St. Patty's Day post. The transferware dishes are great.
    Gretchen

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  42. Great post. Fun to have such pretty reminders of your legacy around you.
    God Bless,
    Julie

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  43. I love absolutely everything you have shown in this post! The green and white is gorgeous.

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  44. Debra your English china is absolutely gorgeous. I have got to go back through this post and look at it all again. What a beautiful collection! The gravy boat got a big sigh from me. Love it!
    hugs

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  45. I've always wanted a parterre like your header sketch. It is so lovely as is your darling vintage illustrations and transferware . I am glad you believe we all have a little Irish in us because the St. Patrick's Day festivities in blogland make me want to join up.

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  46. Oh your dishes are lovely and I just love Belleek. Thanks for joining in the Blog Crawl..I just loved your sweet post!

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  47. You WON Debra!! Thank you for playing along in my Celebration of Green! Let me be the first to congratulate you! I'll be in touch so I can get your shipping address for your prize.

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  48. Congratulations on winning Jamie's give away. You have some beautiful things. I wish I lived closer so I could visit your booth!
    Enjoy, Dana

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  49. I believe I may have some of those green dishes at home, just got them from the goodwill, let me know if you are interested in more, love how you displayed them XO MARY

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