Well, for those of you who were extra observant this morning, you might have seen a quick panicked post about my camera not working. I couldn’t get the shutter to work and as this has been a bit problematic lately, I thought I no longer had a working camera. Dollar signs flashed in front of my eyes.
I figured out what the problem was and all is well, for the time being. Sigh of relief.
Now for the next installment of “What the heck is in that china cabinet?”
Here you see the kitchen china cabinet in all it’s jumbled glory. Starting with the top shelf, on the left:
1. Some Emma Bridgewater pottery: A saucer and pitcher. I have another pitcher holding our toothbrushes in the bathroom. 2. A child’s plate, also Bridgewater 3. Baked egg cup, Bridgewater (All the Bridgewater pottery was bought when I was in England.) 4. Small cream pitcher, Bridgewater 5. Fiesta teapot that I saved for myself when I sold my collection. I love it.
Top shelf, on the right:
1. McCoy vase 2. Platter, Johnson Bros. Rose Chintz (I have the dishes, as well) 3. Lovely shaker given to me by Donna 4. McCoy pot 5. McCoy pot 6. Depression glass salt and pepper shakers
Middle shelf, left:
1. Roseville pottery 2. Harlequin pitcher with my Bakelite flatware 3. Brown transferware sugar and creamer 4. pine cone candle from Poland, given to us by the same friends who gave me 5. tiny teapot 6. plate from Anthropologie with the initial H
Middle Shelf, right:
1. Teacups from my collection of Edwin Knowles china 2. Large plate that I bought in California because I loved it 3. McCoy vase 4. McCoy planting dish 5. Very old Brush McCoy pitcher 6. China salad plate made in France
Bottom shelf, left:
1. McCoy pottery planter 2. Red Wing Pottery vase (the inside is a soft green 3. Fiesta teapot 4. McCoy planting dish with a nest I found on the property inside)
Bottom shelf, right:
Lots of Edwin Knowles China.
There are a few vases missing from the cabinet. They are currently holding all the flowers I had to cut when the frost hit on Friday night.
There you go. Always dicey trying to photograph the inside of a cabinet. On a cloudy day.
These scarves are currently in the Etsy shop: