Friday, April 15, 2016

Polish Pottery Collection Moved to Florida

As many of you know, I am a big collector of Polish Pottery. We retired and moved to FL and I still have a lot of boxes left unopened in the garage. But I got so excited when I saw a bin full of them that I felt like taking pictures and blog about them. I still have a lot in bins that are already organized in garage shelves and more in unopened boxes, but let me just show you what I have in the kitchen so far.

 The clock still has to be hung and most of these I have to put away in cabinets or shelves somewhere.

 Yes, that wire dome has Polish Pottery in it too.
and so does the terrarium. Do you see the cute mini teapot set?
Soup tureen collection on top of the kitchen cabinets.
 The divided plates are so thick that they fill and take too much room inside the cabinets so I decided to leave them out here on the kitchen counter in a rack, with the small saucers and coasters.
The condiment set  is on the kitchen bar, closer to the kitchen dinette so we can easily get to them when eating. Instead of oil and vinegar, I have fish sauce and Maggi in them. The grandkids love Maggi mixed with their rice.

 On a shelf under the butcher block island is where I stack round bakers including a bundt pan and a pizza pan
 I also keep an Ikebana vase here.
 Of course, inside the cabinets are Polish pottery too, mostly plates and bowls and smaller tureens and lidded servers.

 on top of the butcher block island.

 Yes, those square plates inside the cabinet are also Polish Pottery.
 I store the large mixing or salad bowls and a cake server on top of the frig. cause they take up too much room inside cabinets.
 On top of the coffee nook are the mugs, coffee cups and saucers.

 a cookie jar  and a trivet hanging by the coffee maker
 And now, I am drinking coffee while blogging about them.
I hope you enjoyed seeing a part of my collection. Thank you for stopping by and thanks to all the hostesses!

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Silvia said...

So many!omg


Oh Christine, I'm so glad you have your amazing and adorable Polish pottery with you; I would have had it long before. There are some things I need to look at, all the time!
Enjoy your weekend.

Barbara F. said...

Hi Christine, how exciting, a move to Florida! I have so many questions as I am thinking about a move myself. Happy you are close to those adorable babies.

Sarah said...

Beautiful collection, Christine. I know you are happy to have these unpacked again so you can use and enjoy.

Jemma@athomewithjemma said...

Every time I think of you moving and then moving all of your beautiful treasures I am in awe.
These moves are something else, but I know you are so happy to be near your family.
The unpacking is such a painstaking process, but I know the joy in seeing them again!
Precious Polish pottery indeed-my daughter has given me some darling pieces for Christmas.
Thank you so much for joining us at TOHOT!

Peggy Jones said...

Oh what a chore, to me, to move. You have much patience. Never got onto collecting the Polish Pottery. Yours is beautiful.

Debra Pashkowsky said...

This pottery is so beautiful. I just put some in my booth to sell and it generally does quite well. Welcome to Florida. It is a wonderful place to live.

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

Congrats on the retirement and move to Florida!! Youe Polish pottery collection is stunning!! Being of Polish descent, I really enjoyed seeing it! Thanks so much for sharing!! And thanks so much for stopping by!!

Pam Richardson said...

Christine, wow moving all of that beautiful pottery...what an accomplishment! The Polish pottery is gorgeous! Thanks for sharing its beauty with us! Wishing you a beautiful week!
Pam @ Everyday Living

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

My goodness you really do have quite a collection! So far I have three "bubble' cups and a honey and jam jar. They are made very well and I enjoy seeing all the different patterns. Are you all done with the moving?

The Vintage Chateau said...

Oh my, what an amazing collection! I have about 6 or 7 pieces and my daughter in law loves it too so I'm always on the lookout for it while thrift shopping. thanks for sharing your passion!

Rosie M. said...

Oh, Christine, what a fantastic collection! My everyday dishes are Polish Pottery and I have mugs and some baking dishes, but my collection is a small fraction of yours. What a stunning display you have! Don't you just love the quality, and how well all the different patterns go together? Thank you for sharing. And congratulations on your new home. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

Debby@Just Breathe said...

Wow, I just love your collection! It is absolutely gorgeous. Happy Retirement.....

Linda said...

It is an absolutely stunning collection! I hope everything goes well for you.

Laura said...

I too like polish pottery, Have you been to Poland?
I have some pottery noting like you.
I love cooking with it.Have a good week.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

That is a fabulous collection you have there, Christine! Bright and beautiful to use as well as look at. I'm so happy for you that you finally have them at your finger tips. So glad you've shared with us and thank you for linking up as well. Enjoy your week.


Bernideen said...

Dear Christine:
I am so glad your move is behind you as when you told me you were moving - I knew how much work that would be since I was doing the same. We will be at 5 weeks this Friday and we have worked every day. Today I was in the yard most of the day as it is lovely here and summer will be very hot so I don't want to miss this. I imagine that is true for Florida too. Your pottery is really beautiful and your kitchen looks amazing. Thanks for sharing and linking.

Pondside said...

My goodness but that is an amazing collection! I am such a fan of blue, and often admire the Polish pottery.

Margie said...

Thank you for sharing your wonderful Polish pottery collection. Did you buy them in Poland or locally in the States? My favourite pieces are the teapot and cute cow creamer.

Annesphamily said...

A very beautiful share Christine. Love pottery anyway so this was a delight to see. Have a good week and thank you for sharing.

Laura said...

Your collection is stunning!

I hope you will share this at Thoughts of Home on Thursday this week.
We would love to have you.
Just stop by my blog to join in.

Enjoyed visiting,

White Spray Paint

Linda @ Life and Linda said...

Oh Christine, such a beautiful collection. You have an awesome collection of dishes. I appreciate you sharing at DI&DI.

Jeanne said...

Oh my word, your collection of Polish Pottery is fabulous. You have displayed them in many lovely ways. I have the butter dish and a sugar bowl. I can't imagine how many more you have packed away. What could be better than this wonderful collection of Polish Pottery to share with Blue Monday,

I am sorry my comment is late. We were out of town and I ran out of time on Monday to visit everyone.
Happy Blue Monday,

Creations By Cindy said...

Love your polish pottery Christine! Girl...if I had as many dishes as you do I'd be playing dress up every day with them! LOL! Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Sandra Lee said...

This is quite a beautiful collection Christine and thanks for sharing it at Celebrate Your Story link party. Have a great week!

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Wow Christine, what a fabulous collection you have of Polish pottery! I'm sure you enjoy every single piece!

The Charm of Home said...

Love that collection of teacups and mugs Christine! Thanks for sharing at HSH!

Cindy @ Dwellings-The Heart of Your Home said...

Wow! Such a beautiful collection.
Thanks so much for sharing at AMAZE ME MONDAY!

Pinehurst Farm said...

I collect the same Polish pottery. I have collected it for years. I just recently was able to get 8 dinner plates. We use ours especially the large mugs. You have more than I do. I would love to display mine altogether, but I have too many other collections that I don't have room!
Nice to see your collection!

Envoy-ette said...

I can't believe I found someone who may have more Polish Pottery than me! I better get busy!

Jennifer Kavanagh said...

That is an amazing collection you have. -Jenny

Jeanne Grunert said...

That's some of the most beautiful pottery I think I've ever seen. Love it. Thanks so much for sharing this on the #HomeMattersParty

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