Hello everyone! I hope you are having a good November! Lots of my friends out in blog land collect transfer ware and after seeing yours I fell in love with the comfy and homey feel transfer ware gives me. I have been buying bits and pieces at thrift stores, but never a whole set of brown transfer ware at one time. A few weeks ago we went to my grandson's hockey game about two hours north of us. We were early and found a thrift store with this beautiful set of dishes!
I decided to do a autumn tablescape at our log cottage using this china and some of my other transfer ware pieces. So pretty for fall!
I have a set of five plus of this pattern. It is made my Johnson Bro's and the pattern name is Windsor Ware, made in England. I think I was lucky to get the set for sixty dollars!
I'm going to love drinking tea from this cup!
I would love to find a teapot to match, but for now I'm using my thrift store Chantilly teapot by T. Furnival & Sons.
I also found the large soup tureen at a thrift shop for only twenty dollars, including a couple of smaller tureens without lids with small hair line cracks. They are marked Yosemite by T & R Boote, England.
I love the ladle!
The large pitcher is marked Noir E + Blanc, from TJ Maxx.
Thank you so much for visiting and I hope you all have a wonderful week! We are expecting ten to twelve inches of snow tomorrow! I am not ready for that!
I will be joining the following lovely parties: Tea Time Tuesday, Friends Sharing Tea, A Return to Loveliness, Tuesday Cuppa Tea, Teacup Tuesday, and Share Your Cup Thursday.