Friday, October 28, 2011

Pink Saturday Pink Transferware Platter And Fall Photos

It's time to join all the wonderful bloggers for Pink Saturday with How Sweet The Sound which is such fun!

With the holidays approaching, here is a pink transferware platter in with a great rural scene called Woodland, that was made by Enoch Wedgwood, England in the 1960s. Enoch is related to the great Josiah Wedgwood family, but a kissing cousin. But their ironstone tablewares are still very popular.





I love pink transferware, which is also called red. Perfect for the wonderful feasts we can look forward to in the coming months!. For more info on the platter at Time Was Antiques, just click on the photos.


Here are some photos of pumpkins for fall from the Cottage Journal from Hoffman Media Publishing who publish Victoria, Tea Time and Southern Living magazines and from Sunset magazine. Makes me smile!










Have a wonderful Pink Saturday. I intend to stay in and keep warm as we have a heavy storm coming through. Perfect for a cup of tea with the cat and a book...while my sweetie watches English football! Cheers!

3 comments:

Carolyn said...

I love your fall photos and of course I love the transferware as I collect it myself!

Carolyn

chubskulit said...

Simply beautiful!

Pink Fairy

Sarah said...

Hope you've had a relaxing day and stayed nice and warm! It's pretty chilly here in Eastern Oregon!

HaPpY pInK sAtUrDaY!
Sarah

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