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Monday, October 17, 2011

Transferware in Black & White


 

I'm liking black and white as a fall theme this year. I've had a trio of Grindley English plates tucked away that will probably debut at a small occasion this season.



I also recently came across a few stems of vintage glassware that will get a mix in somewhere too. All the textures and neutrals combined together provide a lot of flexibility with my other cream and white dishes. For now they all make an interesting fall still life.


































Happy Monday! I hope you all have a great week!
Ciao! for now!

Jacqueline 




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26 comments:

  1. What a beautiful setting. I love the transferware plates and the little white pumpkins.

    Very pretty.

    hugs,
    Sissie

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  2. Love the plates and that wonderful bird towel or napkin. Gorgeous.

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  3. As always ~ so pretty and serene. I never tire of seeing your pretty vignettes.
    Cindy

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  4. Beautiful - I love the plates and the pretty tablecloth.

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  5. Beautiful Jacqueline, I love it. I am also loving black and white fall vignettes...with lots of little white pumpkins!
    Blessings,
    Debbie

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  6. Gorgeous. I love your tablecloth, it is absolutely stunning. All the beautiful white pumpkins are perfect with your setting. The transferware is so pretty and I havn't ever seen that pattern before. Love it. Thanks so much for joining TTT Hugs, Marty

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  7. I just love those plates...ok is it a toile? Are they brown and white or cream and black? Love the white pumpkins.

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  8. How can you loose with black & white or transferware???Always gorgeous and elegant!
    Ruth

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  9. oh so elegant,I love it all,the lace cloth is oh so pretty with the china and those gorgeous glasses xx

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  10. I was in an antiques shop some time ago and he had a whole hutch filled with the most gorgeous black and white I had ever seen. I wanted to buy every single piece. I am still thinking about it but it was pricey but I think well worth it. All your photos and scapes are so pretty. xo

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  11. Black & White - classic , timeless , elegant ...These plates are stunning ! One of my favorite posts of yours .

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  12. Oh, my goodness, I do love those black and white transferware dishes! I love the colors black and white...beautiful tablecloth too!

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  13. This post has inspired me more than you can know...soooo pretty!!!x0x0

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  14. Very nice pictures. I think the glasses are very interesting with their unusual foots.

    Elna

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  15. I love the clse-up of the black and white plate. I love a gal that thinks of everything. The matching matchbox is charming.

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  16. Love the stemware, so pretty! The black and white is a nice change, a fresh look for fall. Laura Cottage and Broome

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  17. such fascinating ideas!! love everything about your blog! i am joining right now~
    blessings,
    rebecca

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  18. The drawn thread work on the tablecloth is amazing. I could just look at that piece forever.. Your plates are pretty. So much prettier than the newer Queen's! Love your flatware.. such a pretty composition. xo marlis

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  19. Beauty and elegance! Love those black and white plates. Thanks for sharing.
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  20. Lovely setting, so serene. I always look forward to drooling over your beautiful linens, Jacqueline. I just picked up two Royal Cauldon black/white transferware plates at the thrift store, this morning. I would love to find two more.

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  21. Neutrals for fall...so pretty. The tablecloth is heavenly, and I love the flatware. Looks a bit like some I have used on past posts

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  22. Hi, Jacqueline! Another beautifully serene and introspective table that is your hallmark!!! The transferware is particularly of interest. The scene is really beautiful, and I love the rim. GORGEOUS lace!

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  23. Such a peaceful setting...so very lovely!
    Blessings,
    Carolynn

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