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Vintage dishware

Collection by Rema Mendoza

Rema Mendoza
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Shelf in kitchen

Finally got this shelf hung and started decorating...still a work in progress and will tweek some things but im liking the direction its going....

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Shabby Chic Pink Porcelain Plate with Rose Decoration & Gilt Rim . Rose Cottage, Shabby Chic Cottage, Shabby Chic Decor, Shabby Bedroom, Chabby Chic, Vintage Plates, Vintage Dishes, Antique China, Vintage China


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Vintage English Royal Albert Fine Bone China Tea Cup and Saucer Gainsborough… Tea Cup Set, My Cup Of Tea, Tea Cup Saucer, Tea Sets, China Cups And Saucers, Teapots And Cups, Teacups, Royal Albert, Bone China Tea Cups

Vintage English Royal Albert Fine Bone China Tea Cup and Saucer Gainsborough Shape Provincial Flowers Mayflower Pattern

Create a solitary sanctuary that provides an idyllic spot for dreaming away an afternoon with a cup of tea. In lovely condition. Since 1904, the quintessentially patterns of Royal Albert china have been a hallmark of fine tableware. Through the years, Royal Albert has been dedicated to creating fine china pieces that render grace, elegance, and romance. Measures approximately: Cup: 3" tall x 4 1/4" wide (includes handle); Saucer: 5 3/4" diameter Maria’s Farmhouse is committed to providing…

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"What would a room look like if your diamond ring inspired it?" ~Annette Tatum 'The Well Dressed Home' I saw a picture of a wall sconce with crystals once and the caption read "Dripping Wall Jewelry". Besides being a lovely photograph I found the comparison between the accessories we decorate our homes with and the baubles we adorn ourselves with to be charming! It's true that when we select objects to embellish a room the point is to draw the eye - to enhance or captivate. When I get up in…

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Dwight Eisenhower White House China

White house china ordered by and used by Dwight and Mamie Eisenhower.

The Clinton Administration to 2001 ) ordered new Official White House China from Lenox of Trenton, New Jersey, commissioned for the Anniversary of The White House (this Service Plate is the only piece in the set with the enormous gold band). White House Washington Dc, William Jefferson, Us White House, Bill And Hillary Clinton, American Presidents, American History, Lenox China, Royal Copenhagen, Presidential History

Bill Clinton White House China | Hilary Clinton White House China

White house china ordered by and used by Bill and Hilary Clinton.

In 1918 President Woodrow Wilson, President of the United States , and First Lady Edith Galt Wilson ordered new White House china. For the first time, the White House had its china manufactured in The United States (Lenox of Trenton, New Jersey). Us History, Women In History, American History, British History, Ancient History, Native American, American Presidents, Us Presidents, American Soldiers

Woodrow Wilson White House China | Edith Wilson White House China

White house china ordered by and used by Woodrow and Edith Wilson.

This bright red pattern from James Monroe I love because although it does have the traditional eagle motif, there's a Chinoiserie feel to it that's totally modern. White House Washington Dc, James Monroe, Presidential History, China Plates, American Presidents, China Patterns, China Porcelain, Fine China, Chinoiserie

The china of James Monroe was the first White House china created solely for presidential use, and created specifically for an American president. It was manufactured by Dagoty-Honoré in Paris, France in 1817. A dinner service of thirty place settings and a matching dessert service were purchased for US$1,167.23. A Napoleonic eagle was in the center of the plates, which was popular at the time in both France and America. The eagle carried a red, white, and blue banner reading "E Pluribus…

When President Pierce was elected, the U.S. Congress allocated $25,000 to him and his wife, Jane, for White House improvements. After purchasing a furnace and completing other building improvements, the Pierces selected a set of French Limoges china made by Haviland and Company. This sophisticated dinner service included a crest of blue and gold with a gold pointelle border. The Pierces selected five dozen dining plates and a host of elegant accoutrements for their service. Vintage Dishware, Vintage Dishes, Porcelain Dinnerware, China Porcelain, White House Usa, First Lady Of America, Franklin Pierce, Presidential History, Dining Plates

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