Wednesday, November 19, 2008

White Ironstone and Blue Swirl Graniteware

Partial collection of white ironstone and bluegraniteware.
White ironstone pitchers plates and platters.

Dining room cherry press with ironstone.

Red transferware Crown Ducal (my grandmothers)

Kitchen wall with plate rack, Gray graniteware and sifter collection.

Old screened small piesafe with graniteware and metal picnic baskets.

Blue swirl coffee pots in kitchen.

and more coffee pots

Ironstone and transferware in old pewter cupboard. Tennessee sugar chest.

Red and white transfer Crown Ducal from my grandmother.

Kitchen cupboard with blue saltglaze ware


  1. Good Morning Carrell! Thanks you so much for finding me and leaving such a lovely comment! Welcome to blogland:) what a blessing it has been for me, meeting such great people. Love, love, love that cupboard full of ironstone...thanks for sharing!Debra

  2. I really love your site! I also am a horse lover, (although don't own any now) and enjoy all your photos especially the cabin and nature photos--I am such a country girl, but stuck in the city for now. Thanks for sharing, and visiting my blog! Nancy

  3. Hi Carrell, the most recent riding I have done is mainly practicing barrels and poles, and a little trail riding. It has been awhile, 'cuz I have been into riding dirt bikes on the trails of Georgia, which I really love-it is such a great work out. Do you know where you will be located at the Tailgate show?

  4. Hi Carrell, I thought of you this morning when I was at the flea market scouring for white ironstone. I only found one little bowl, but it's so cute it all worn and crazed!! Hope you having a great day~*~blessings, Debra

  5. Thanks for sharing pics of your home, I enjoyed seeing them. Martha says we may come and visit you some day! I can't wait!

  6. Hi Carrell! Thanks, after raising boys, I am really enjoying my granddaughter Kayla!! We just have so much fun together-it's like one big craft/cooking/giggle fest. (we always go outside and find something in the garden that is interesting-she's such a nature girl) I don't feel like a grandma, but thankfully she calls me "MiMi". I see you have a new grandaughter-how exciting! She loks so sweet.
    I haven't been to Tailgate or Heart, but I really hope to get someone to cover my booth and make it-weather permitting (I don't drive in snow, I'm a Florida girl) It would be great to meet you and see your booth. Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

  7. What a wonderful collection. You are very fortunate to have the collection from your Grandmother.
    I cherish what I have from mine as well.
    Hope you are having a wonderful Thanksgiving. You definately have the collection to have a beautiful table.

  8. It's not over, thanks so much for entering and good luck, Theresa

  9. Oh, my!! I love ironstone, and red transferware is my favorite!! Thank you for sharing your lovely pictures!


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