Friday, April 26, 2013

Polish Pottery Vignette

Because of spring, I have been putting pastel colored linens and items on the table but I started missing my blues. So, I decided to create a vignette on the breakfast table using my Polish pottery.
I started with this (using various dessert/salad plates)
but ended up with this.
I substituted the salad plates with smaller blue, orange and white with a little green divided plates. I also have divided dinner plates (not shown here). I like using them for everyday.  I saw them at first in a Polish pottery store in the market place in Seattle. They are convenient especially if you like to eat with dipping sauces like me.
 I bought the runner from the Roatan Island in the Caribbean. I like the deep blues in it and the bright yellow and orange combo.

 I found this ceramic Polish pottery sign on Ebay and placed it under a little cloche.
Under the big cloche is a small sauce pot, an egg PP s & p shakers and a potted faux rosemary name place holder.

 The blue and green figural pottery in front are s & p shakers too.

Now I have my favorite Polish pottery on the table too, to look at everytime I go to the kitchen.
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Barbara F. said...

Beautiful vignette, Christine. Love your collection of this pottery. It works so well for so many seasons, holidays, gatherings, etc. xo

Kadee Willow said...

What a lovely display gracing your table!! I see you are a cloche girl, too! I can never pass one by without buying it as they really add such charm to any setting! I also loved seeing the hutch that is painted black, my fav, and the other little one in the corner housing your dishes. So sweet! Thanks for sharing!


You know I love pottery, cause we used to make them..and so you can imagine how I love your gorgeous Polish pottery Christine. Every whimsical piece and lovely designs. I also love it that it has so much blue in the pattern. Your vignette display of it is perfect! Big hugs,

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

So beautiful and of course I love the cloche. Hugs, Marty

Traci said...

So pretty! I love the colors of the pottery.

Marigene said...

Christine, you have the most wonderful collection of Polish pottery...the colors and patterns are so pretty. ♥ those divided plates.

Vel Criste said...

I'm super Jelly with your beautiful collection Christine!! Thanks for sharing it with us!

Unknown said...

Your vignette display is gorgeous Christine. Thank you for visiting
Unfortunately I don't know what the name of the tree that attracts the hummingbirds is called :).

hidden art of homemaking said...

Christine, your dishes are just lovely..I really like those divided plates...would be fun for fondue too..
Love, Mona

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Christine, I always love seeing your dishes, and the Polish Pottery ones are so pretty. I didn't think about the dipping sauces and the divided plates, but that is a great idea!



Susan said...

Oh, your Polish pottery is the pizazz! Just love it.Everything looks great! Susan

Debbie-Dabble Blog and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Thanks so much for your visit!!

Your collection and display of Polish pottery is unbeleiveable!! Stunning!!

I am of Polish descent and do not have any pieces of polish Pattery!! I have to get me some!! LOL!!


Kim, USA said...

I like blue plates and these plates are awesome! I see the photo above your grandkids are growing fast! They are all so cute! ^_^


Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

What a wonderful collection of Polish pottery you have, Christine! I love the S&P shakers!

SmilingSally said...

You have WAY too much fun, Christine! That is blue-tiful. Thanks for playing.

Happy Blue Monday.

Edna B said...

What a beautiful collection. The colors are wonderful.

Rhonda Halushka said...

Beautiful collection! Love the look of European ceramics! Happy Blue Monday!

Sarah ~ Magnolias Attic said...

Beautiful collection -- I love the divided plates! I must find a cloche; the way you have decorated with yours is very pretty!

Dolores said...

I hope you had a glorious birthday!!!!

I love the beautiful shades of blue. Beautiful pottery!!!

Fashion Momma said...

Love your blues Christine. I played too. Mine are here and here.

An Oasis in the Desert said...

Wow, this is gorgeous pottery!

Deborah Kay at The Paint Splash said...

My kitchen used to be in delft blue, I miss it too! Blessings, Debbie

Liz said...

These are all so lovely.

Liz (yacb)

Dani said...

What a beautiful collection of pottery. I love the colors. Blessings, Dani

Ann said...

Beautiful collection of pottery, love the blue and orange, the little salt and pepper shakers are cute.

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