I cannot believe we
are once again sharing our
Favorites on the First.
Normally we share something
that we have that we love,
but this month it's a little different...
a little "wishful thinking"
is a part of your posts.
You can post
your favorite china patterns --
they can be ones you own
ones you wished you owned.
Here are the patterns
that I personally would love to own.
Maybe not all of them, but one or two?
|Barratt's Staffordshire hunt scene plates|
The sky's the limit!
Pretend there are no budget restrictions.
Just share your "ultimate" china patterns
with us. They can be an everyday pattern
or a formal one -- or both!
(And Fabby, I am guessing you probably
have several of these patterns in your
endless china collection!?)
These would be fun for everyday -- from Scully and Scully.
|Or these heavy white dinner plates with pewter crests and custom monograms|
embedded in the rim -- Regale from Arte Italica.
|Crown Staffordshire "Hunting Scene"|
Just link up your post below
and share with us what lovely
patterns are in your heart.
|Wedgewood china's tortoiseshell pattern -- lovely.|
Thanks for stopping by!
Invite your friends over to link up too.
And don't forget,
there are 3 days to do so.
|English Wedgewood china with cameos and gold trim -- pattern?|
|Even though it matches absolutly nothing in my home -- |
I still love the "Tobacco Leaf" pattern by Mottahedeh.
Maybe in my next life?!