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Sunday, November 21, 2010

Blue Moon Roses




It seems likely that I won't be alone in mentioning the blue moon this Blue Monday. I wish I could say I know exactly why this full moon was a blue one, but I can't-- even though I read the explanation. Since it matters to me in no way at all, I just didn't keep it straight!



And since I did practically turn blue standing outside staring at the moon, it only seems fitting to feature my Moonlight Roses teacup by Royal Albert. I am making up for not having a matching saucer by pairing it with my Dainty Blue pattern dinner plate, also by Royal Albert.

 

I have mentioned before that I used to set the Thanksgiving table with all different place settings, and this is one of them.



I suppose you could even say I only use this setting now once in a blue moon! Har, har!



Thanks for stopping by, and for forgiving me all this.
 It was just too irresistible.
Ciao! for now!

Jacqueline

I'm linking up with Smiling Sally for Blue Monday
A Stroll Thru Life for Table Top Tuesday  

35 comments:

  1. Hey JQ, Lovely dishes that plate is a beauty! The photo of the plate upright with the full reflection is DREAMY! You Har Har made me laugh out loud and wake the sleepy pups:-)
    Enjoy the moon....
    Bella

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  2. Hello there... I am humming along "blue Moon" and loving your beautiful post!
    Have a wonderful week!
    Cricket

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  3. ♪♪♫Blue Moon of Kentucky, keep on shinning....shine on the one that's gone and left me blue..♪♪♪♫♫♪

    I love that beautiful cup..and plate.
    I would dearly love to see your shop.
    If ever we get back to A., I'll sure look you up. :)

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  4. Isn't it when there's two full moons within a month? I thought I knew, but I am crazy enough to check it out after posting this message -
    Oh my! Just love the beautiful blues in the teacup and the plate - heavenly! You have the most gorgeous things! You display them so well too!
    BTW - I was gazing at the moon last night - I will never cease to be in awe,
    Kathy

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  5. WHERE o' WHERE have you BEEN all my life????

    OMGOSH! Gorgeous site! LOVE IT!

    xoRebecca

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  6. I do soooo like that blue cup with the roses....Blue moon is a great favorite of many so wht not mention it. Think of all the guys that sang blue moon and made the women swoon

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  7. once in a blue moon, how cute! love your collection of blues, there, it IS my favorite color.

    thanks so much for stopping by the cape on the corner, and so glad you saw some menorahs you liked there. i can definitely see why you liked the blue!

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  8. Beautiful, as usual. Thank you for taking time to stage and photograph and post so we can enjoy all you lovelies. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  9. How very lovely, so daintily painted and serene.

    Just beautiful.

    rachel

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  10. Great shot and same here though I read over and over the explanation about blue moon I can't make it straight too hehehe.
    Blue Moon

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  11. What beautiful tea cups. A full moon is when the moon is full twice in one month. It happens very infrequently and that is why people say Once in a blue moon. My oldest daughter was born on a blue moon.

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  12. Beautiful photos! The blue is lovely; especially the blue cup! Wishing you a lovely Thanksgiving.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  13. Oh, just gorgous! Love every piece you showed here!

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  14. Happy Blue Monday! I like your blues. There used to be a wonderful shop here in town featuring Royal Albert. I didn't get into it nearly as often as I would have liked, always had my small kids with me, and now it is gone. Really a shame. They have such lovely patterns!

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  15. I love Royal Albert teacups. This blue one is gorgeous! Love the plate too.
    Sherry

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  16. Wow, this is absolutely beautiful! Gorgeous images!

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  17. I saw those blue dishes in my google friend thing and had to come see them up close. How pretty! I would be afraid to use them too since it's my prettiest dishes I tend to chip.

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  18. Lovin' the photos with the reflections, just beautiful-enjoy:@)

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  19. Enjoyed your blue moon photos and humor!

    Carolyn

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  20. How very delicate and lovely! You always amaze me with your never ending source of beautiful items you so creatively mix and match. Love it!
    Cindy

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  21. Hi Jo,
    I have to tell you that I am not a blue person (I don't have to many things that are blue). But I think you might have changed that because I love that blue rose china cup! I might have to start looking for some like that. Your photos are great, as always. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  22. Very pretty blues! I love that Moonlight Roses pattern; a whole set of them would look stunning, I think!

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  23. What lovely blue treasures!! I love it all and your photos are gorgeous as usual!! Thinking I might have to have to start collecting blue transferware... :)

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  24. Hi it is me again...sorry about the name mix up! I hate that and I am so sorry! You do not have to post either of these comments. I just want you to know that I do love to visit your blog. Please forgive me! Thank you...

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  25. Dear Kay C. Of course I forgive you!! I'm sorry you gave it a thought--I'm sure I've done it myself. I'm just so happy to get your feedback! Thanks for coming by, AND for posting a comment. TWICE! Jacqueline

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  26. I'm crazy for your blue and white!!

    Love,
    Susan and Bentley
    xxoo

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  27. What a pretty teacup! Love the various blues in the roses.

    Nancy

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  28. I love that blue and white pattern. So pretty. Will look forward to seeing your table with all the different patterns. Jane F

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  29. The moon was lovely, wasn't it?!! Love your blue china; your table will be gorgeous, of course. Love your style.
    ~ Julie

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  30. Now I can't get blue moon out of head.. ;-)... Beautiful china, beautiful setting, so true blue!

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  31. How I wish to grab some of your beauties. Love the teacups, dearly.

    Ty for sharing...

    Greetings from the freezing Stockholm,
    /chie

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  32. You gave me a good chucke. Love your gorgeous cup and the plate is stunning also. Pretty blue roses as well. Have a Blessed Thanksgiving and thanks for linking to TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  33. Absolutely beautiful!

    Have a wonderful Thanksgiving! :-)

    XO,
    Jane

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  34. I love your blue moon roses, such a pretty set!Happy thanks giving.

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