“Do not neglect to do good and to share what you have, for such sacrifices are pleasing to God.”
Happy Tuesday sweet friends! I am always so thrilled that you stop in to visit with me. We are anxiously awaiting the arrival of our second granddaughter, Ella Mae’s little sister. We are all so very excited and she can’t wait to be a big sister. Prepare yourselves for upcoming photos!
I have been looking for a vintage or antique floral patterned china for a couple of years. A friend of mine that frequents estate sales and auctions had also been looking for me. She messaged me several weeks ago with a photo of a lovely floral china that she had found at a very good price and I said consider it sold. Today, it is making its first appearance on Tablescape Tuesday! I know it is old and it could even be antique and I know it is pretty!
A simple centerpiece of three ice cream glasses that hold spider mums and snowball buds are placed on a gold tray!
According to what I have read on line, this marking was used from 1911-1940. The M in the wreath represents the family name “Morimura”. I have searched a little to try and identify the pattern name, so far no luck! If anyone just happens to know, please email me or comment on this post!
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