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Wednesday, August 7, 2013

Old Ivory China








Finding a pile of cast off ivory china in a thrift store is a good enough occasion for a white celebration! I've never seen this particular pattern before, and it isn't as sturdy or dear as my Wedgewood or even my Rose Point dishes by Steubenville. But all the better! I can use these more freely.





With the exception of a large platter, all the pieces in the set are smaller. Not a dinner plate in the bunch. But there are seven soup bowls, and eight of these alluring square salad plates to mix and match with the other patterns. Four berry bowls and a smattering of butter plates and a cereal bowl round it all out. I never gave it a second thought before grabbing it all up!











White roses and monogrammed linen dress it all up.


























I couldn't resist including my flea market ivory serving knife and fork to go with the theme!











An old wire dish drainer brings it all back down to earth. . . .






I even love the little maker's mark on the back.






Berry bowl, and bread and butter plate.
















































Wouldn't those plates look sweet with some pretty little sandwiches on them? Anyway, thanks for popping in for a look! So nice that you stopped by for a visit. I can't believe we're already looking to the weekend again! Hope it's good!

Jacqueline




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33 comments:

  1. What a lovely find! So beautiful and they work so well with your flea market ivory handled cutlery...
    You seem to be in the right place at the right time.

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  2. Hi J,
    I love your dish posts, they are always amazing! Great new find, the square ones offer limitless fun pairings and in the wire dishrack, perfection! Gorgeous shots... and I do love getting another look at the cutlery :-) You have been a lucky finder lately!!
    Hugs,
    B

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  3. They are very pretty! The large platter is wonderful, too - makes the set so versatile. Such a nice find and they do look lovely with your ivory serving set. Enjoy the weekend! xo

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  4. What a beautiful little set of Homer Laughlin dishes. I would say you made quite a find. I would definitely have scooped them up, too. xo Laura

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  5. The dishes are so pretty. We had some similar to those years ago and I miss them. I think everyone should have a set of white dishes and I need to put that on my to buy list.

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  6. hello
    c'est tout simplement beau et
    lumineux
    bisous
    edith (iris) France

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  7. Maryland China Company has huge plain white plates - the bowls would look lovely on them! Or who knows - maybe next you will find the plates!!

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  8. Ethereal....I think that's the word I'm looking for, fairytale or mythical...?? Love this post! You take such gorgeous photos...and those dishes are beautiful.

    So glad you shared it,
    XO,
    Christine

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  9. Another beautiful find all displayed so elegantly!

    Hope you have a good weekend too.

    Carolyn

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  10. All the white together is truly amazing and the flatware is the most stunning, especially with all that gorgeous white linen, the napkins are to die for and those plates...so beautiful...I know the photography skills are superior to mine, but I keep practicing...thanks for sharing these stunning pieces...

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  11. This is the perfect formula for a romantic summer luncheon with loved ones. Maybe surrounded by lilacs and wisteria. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

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  12. Such breath-taking photography. Your dishes were a beautiful find, and those roses and linens are gorgeous! laurie

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  13. These are so pretty, I wouldn't have been able to pass them by either. I love the way you photographed them with the ivory silverware and the pretty linens.

    Cynthia

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  14. Simply beautiful.

    Such a lovely collection.

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  15. I thought right off the top that they were the same ones I just purchased last week by Homer Laughlin. But mine have a floral arrangement in the middle.. I was also luck enough to get a full set of 8 and I saw plain ones as well on Ebay.. very nice and wonderful photos. Enjoy your Thursday Janice

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  16. Jacqueline, Homer Laughlin china is a great find. I love the shape of the salad plates. So beautiful with your monogramed napkins and perfectly set off by the old wire drainer..Happy Thursday..Judy

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  17. Hi Jacqueline, Your white finds are divine. Simply so cottage fresh and always gorgeous. Love the monogramed napkins.
    Hugs, Celestina Marie

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  18. Jacqueline, what a find! I wouldn't have given it a second thought either. Of course your presentation is over the top gorgeous. I love the way you styled each photo. Love, love, love the ivory serving set. You know I'm always in the market for these dear pieces. Yours are real beauties. The monogramed linens finish it all off with perfect style. Bravo! ~ Sarah

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  19. I love the ivory and silver set, it is just gorgeous! It looks fabulous with the beautiful white dishes and crisp white linens.
    Hugs,
    Patti

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  20. Oh how pretty they are,especially the square ones and you photograph them so beautifully. x

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  21. They are so pretty! And what fun that they are Home Laughlin. Great find.

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  22. Oh that layer of White dishes SWOONnnn!!!!!!!!!! What an amazing find, my friend, and paired with lovely silver and White roses it's awesome! Thank you for visitng me too! Have a wonderful weekend.
    FABBY

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  23. Such beautiful texture and I love the flatware too!

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  24. Of course the monogrammed linen caught my eye first and then when I caught my breath, the gorgeous dishes. What a true find. The relief on the edges is amazing. I know you will enjoy them many times!! xo marlis

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  25. Such beautiful white dishes lines and silver!
    so pretty! and nice to have something that is beautiful and not as expensive so that when one breaks it isn't as tragic!
    You are loving these!
    Hugs,
    Betsy

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  26. Love that it is Homer Laughlin. Lovely, lovely, lovely!

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  27. It's absolutely gorgeous china!

    The ivory/silver pieces are stunnning, too.

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  28. Beautiful! I love how you photograph things... so engaging!

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  29. Lucky you on finding those lovely plates, Jacqueline! I hope you enjoy them. Those square plates are perfect for tea sandwiches or cakes. (Thanks to you I'm now addicted to Little Debbie tea cakes and use my little visitors as an excuse to buy them!)

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  30. Browsing through older posts and found these beautiful white dishes... I love them and all your photos that show the details.

    Judith

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