Posted January 24, 2011 by Christina
Details make all the difference. Love the images!
Fri Oct 17 14:26:40 2014
Most definitely…and these are beautiful examples!!
So true, so beautiful, so peaceful!What a wonderful way to start the week,Northern Light
You are so right! It’s in the details. I love the coral.
very gentle …
I love the touch of Astier plates – my absolute favorite. I’ve been collecting them for 17 years.
Fri Oct 17 14:26:39 2014
I love a touch of the sea! xo Samantha
I really like the pie-crust? edges on the plates and bowl……k
OMG!, what lovely china!, where is it from?; I am keeping my eyes open for china that is elegant yet not so perfect it feels intimidating, and this has a lovely feel of unfinished luxury with a barn-esque touch which is so appealing! If you can spare any hints of where to get it I’ll appreciate it! thanks!!Melihttp://domestiquette.blogspot.com/
so true! this image actually made me SIGH out loud.just beautiful.
Fri Oct 17 14:26:38 2014
Hi Christina LOVE astier de villatte, I have a big collection and every meal keeps me in the 18th century Fay xx
Couldn’t agree more Christina! BTW, u never disappoint! Thanks for the inspiration :))
Loving your blog! I just started my own blog with my fantastic crystal and shell bottle art. I’d love it if you could stop by, and if you like them, follow! :) Off to read more! xoxo, The Crystal Crate.
As always your details are perfection!
Fri Oct 17 14:26:37 2014
Hello Christina and sorry for my absent comments. I read more than I comment these days.Am LOVING the china on the right. Do you know who they are by?xx Charlotta
Waow ! Just WAOW ! Stunning !Fidji from irresistibleparis. blogspot.com
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