1930's Carltonware England Apple Blossom by youruniquescrapbook,
Antique Majolica Tray.....Tin-glazed earthenware is centuries old, but what we call majolica was introduced by the venerable English company Minton’s in 1851. It was a runaway hit with its flower and vegetable shapes with raised and applied elements and features like twig handles. We’re as crazy about it as the Victorians were, and why not? It’s elegant, eccentric, and unique. But watch out! One piece always leads to another. And another. (From One King's Lane)
Green Majolica Leaf Shaped Strawberry Serving Dish...would look nice on an easel, displayed on a bookcase
ITALIAN MAJOLICA~ POTTERY OF BASSANO, ITALY~ GREEN GRAPE LEAVES SERVING PLATTER
Lime green hydrangea leaf bow made from rolled out slabs of clay impressed with actual leaves.