It is so wonderful to have my white dining room set - at last. I've wanted it for years, and now my dream has come true. I've had it for about a year and a half and love displaying some of my many dishes. Today it is blue - mostly.
Across the top of the hutch are serving pieces called Rose Parade - more about that in a bit.
Blue Willow transferware - always a favorite. And a teacup and cream and sugar with forget-me-nots, Alaska's State Flower and the flowers bring us special memories of Don's mother.
Such a pretty covered casserole.
Moss Rose child's tea set - just the perfect spot.
A sweet flower fairy with a candle.
Blueberry tea set for one. Goes perfectly with the Blue Willow.
Pretty vintage blue mixing/serving bowls, found in a cute little shop in British Columbia, and half price too.
Gravy boat on a small platter.
The name Rose Parade comes from the rose decal on the handles. Some of my favorite serving pieces.
My child's Blue Willow tea set, a gift for my seventh birthday just after we moved from California to Southeast Alaska, missing one saucer, as I leaned my elbow on the saucer while having a tea party one day when I was sick in bed.