Monday, October 25, 2010

REDNESDAY


Greetings friends! I have to write a little "disclaimer" here first. Mister and I don't celebrate Halloween, for personal religious reasons. I do enjoy all the orange and black Halloween graphics, though! The familiar cat-on-a-pumpkin above is from an antique Halloween card that I edited to make it more generic. I just love the expression! Here it is without the words (notice I took the point off the hat) ~

How's this for a nice Autumn graphic, too?

Here are some of my Memory Lane china, with a bunch of individual photos following:

Sugar & Creamer

Dinner Plate

Bread Plate
Soup Bowl
Vegetable Dish (no lid)Cake Plate


34 comments:

Carol said...

Love the kitten with the edited hat!
Your dishes are lovely. It's fascinating to study the scenes..

ourlifeinaclick.blogspot.com said...

Thanks for hosting. I absolutely love that Memory Lane china!!! What a great collection. I just bought my first piece of ironstone and I'm trying to learn about it.

Candy @ The Little Round Table said...

Love your little Halloween kitten with her RED bow!

Candy

~~Carol~~ said...

That pretty china is such a wonderful thing to collect, because the scenes are so charming! I can just imagine using these for Christmas dinner. Do you use them, or is this a "look, but don't touch" collection? I don't know how easy it is to find pieces, but I think I'd be afraid to use them!
Happy REDnesday!
Carol

Carolina Mountains said...

Love the plates!

Melody said...

Hi Susan! I love your redware.

Melody said...

Hi Susan! I love your redware.

LV said...

When I was growing up, we decorated for Halloween. Now I care less about decorating. It is just another day. I really like all the red china you shared for today.

Cherry Chick said...

Happy Rednesday Ms. Sue! I can appreciate your cute little cat with a flat hat and your fall pumpkin.
I love your Cherry Wallies in your kitchen and I see you have Cherry curtains, too. I would expect nothing else in your kitchen. ;-)
Thanks so much for sharing with us all.

bj said...

O, I love your red transferware. I would LOVE to have some, too.
Thanks for hosting this fun day.
xo bj

Cindy Adkins said...

Oh wow, Sue, this is all so gorgeous!!! And I love your Rednesday button too--adorable! How are you doing? Great, I hope!
XO

diann @ The Thrifty Groove said...

Beautiful dishes!

robyn said...

Nice to meet you Sue! I LOVE red too! Your plates are beautiful.

kayellen said...

What pretty plates~~I will add my blog in today!
So nice to meet you:))

Kay Ellen

Dandelion and Daisy said...

Love your dishes, what a lovely table you set with those! I'm "into" pottery and china but I have not seen that pattern before. Enjoyed the visit and thank you for hosting one of my favorite parties.

Dena E's Blog said...

Hello Sue,, thanks for being here and thanks for being YOU!!!
Blessings and Hugs Dena

May God's Awesome light continue to shine through you!!!

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Your Memory Lane china is so beautiful! I've always prefered red over blue transferware.

I also love the cute covered bridge figurine you showed in your prior post! It reminds me of the Wast Caldwell, CT, bridge we recently went back and forth on a few dozen times last week (I drove my husband crazy making him turn around so we could go over it again...lol)

NanE said...

Hi Sue, I love your china! I grew up in Ohio and remember seeing china like this when I was growing up. The scenes are just beautiful! Thanks for hosting REDnesday! Nan

The Paint Splash said...

Beautiful plates. My mom had some like it in brown. No telling what happened to them.. :-( Debbie

bunny said...

Although your china is gorgeous...I'm likin' that red clock above the stove...LOVIN' IT!!

tootles,
bunny

CACHANILLA73 said...

Love, love your china, and the graphics in the rice, just beautiful. Happy Rednesday...!!!

Meadowsweet Cottage said...

Your dishes are just wonderful--I love acorns!

Barbara Jean said...

thanks for hosting.
I'm always so glad when I can find some red so I can play.

blessings

barbara jean

concretenprimroses said...

I love your red and white dishes. Nice red vintage clock in the background too.
Kathy

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

The dishes are gorgeous! And in red! I've got my eyes peeled for a set like this every time I go thrifting. May the thrifting gods be merciful!

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Sue...that Memory Lane china is devine!! I have some pinkish-red transferware and I do enjoy it but a vintage set like yours is what I keep my eye peeled for :)

Blessings!
Gail

P.S. Thank you for hosting each week!

Shelley said...

I love your set of dishes....I had a few pieces once...you know how that goes...things come and go at my home..:)
The image is very cute...blessings on your day and everyday,Shelley

Sherrie said...

I really love the clock in your kitchen; however, I am really really really loving those ornaments that you got at the lawnsale. What a score. As always thank you for doing this party. It is fun.

Susan Ramey Cleveland said...

Your redware china is breathtaking.

One Heart said...

Absolutely love these dishes. As always, thank you for hosting. This meme brings me lots of smiles. Something so simple yet so uplifting to me. I am grateful. Happy REDnesday.

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

I am in love with those dishes. I have seen them in blue and I have a few pieces of green ones that i plan on using for the Holidays!!
I am so jealous of yours!! LOL!!

Debbie

Nancy said...

Love that rice bag! How cute! Thanks for hosting this fun meme every week. I love red!

Sara Chapman in Seattle, USA said...

My first visit to this blog. Red is such a good color! I've entered the linky, too. Thanks very much.

Angela said...

Ok, I'm in a state of shock here. I can't believe I missed this post..you have my plates..oh myyyyyyyyyyyyy...I posted some pics from CSN stores that share the same plates that I am drooling to buy.