Friday, February 20, 2009

Show and Tell Friday, February 20, 2009

Today for Show and Tell Friday, I want to share one pattern of several china collections I own. This Rosemont by Thomas Ivory was made in Germany. It originally was owned by our uncle's aunt. They were her good dishes used for Sunday dinners and holidays. When she passed, our aunt and uncle inherited them. They then passed them on to me. She was an elementary school teacher just like me. The service for 16 is antique. From my research, it seems that the markings on this china set mean that the dishes were manufactured in the early 1900's.
The above photo shows the tea pot, tea cup and saucer and one of the serving plates.


This picture shows the tea pot, creamer and sugar bowl. I love to use it for tea parties.




The tea cup and saucer and trimmed in gold with a pink floral pattern. So dainty!

Thank you for checking out my show and tell! Visit Kelli's House for some more wonderful treasures.

Blessings,

Lisa

15 comments:

Heidi Pocketbook said...

Very pretty. How fortunate to inherit such treasures.

Have a good weekend☺

Cass said...

I love that china. There is something about pink, and flowers, and china that just means to be together. Lovely post, lovely share!
Cass

Love to decorate said...

Your china is very pretty. I loved reading your post.

marge

Lady Farmer said...

Hi Lisa ~
Thanks for dropping by today and for your comment about my collie dog collection.
Your china is just beautiful. What a lovely inheiritance to treasure!
I think I would have a lot of tea parties just to use them! :~}

Jules said...

What a lovely set! I love things that are passed down from one generation to another. Such wonderful little treasures you have. Thanks for sharing. :o)

Belinda said...

How lucky you are to have inherited a set of service for 16 of this BEAUTIFUL china! I absolutely love it, and can just imagine how stunning a table set with it would be. :-)

Kathy said...

Your tea pot and serving pieces are so beautiful! I love the pattern.
Kathy

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

how lucky you are to inherit such beautiful china.. and for 16!!! wow!! have a great weekend..

playsdolls said...

What a beautiful set of China ,it is nice to have a 16 piece set .A great treasure you have.

Raising Olives said...

Lovely china. I enjoy dishes immensly.

If you end up making any of those bobby pins, let me know. I would love to post some links to pictures of what others had done. The possibilities seem endless.

Your blog is beautiful. How do you customize the background and such?

Blessings,
Kimberly

Linda C said...

So pretty! I love the florals:) And such a large set- you have quite a treasure there!

Thanks for sharing this beautiful heirloom with us:)

Linda C

ceekay said...

Beautiful pattern and I love the shape of the pieces. Have a lovely weekend.

Leann said...

How lovely. The pieces are wonderful and the pattern is soo romatic!

Susie Homemaker said...

What a unique shape the tea set has...I love it...you truly have a beautiful set.

Blessings,
Susie

Dragon Petals said...

I'm a little late in joining in, but that is a LOVELY pattern!!