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Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Desert Rose:

Okay.  Remember last week when I went into Bend and did a photo shoot of Trivia Antiques?  (If you missed that, there is a slide show of all the photos at the top of the page.  I'll post the the link of the three posts at the end of this one.)  Well, anyway, I spotted this china when I was there, and I bought a cup and saucer.  

It reminds me of my sister, because she has this pattern (except that I don't remember all the gold trim on hers).  She inherited it from our Uncle John and Aunt Signa.  




Here it is, my new treasure:





It is Franciscan Earthenware and was made in the USA.






I don't know much about china, so if you know anything about this pattern, please leave a comment and fill us in.  It is called Desert Rose.  I paid $12.00 for the set, and I love it!

Thank you to Marilou for filling us in:

luluslovlies said...
Hi.  I love that china, I have the newer version of it as it has been produced to a long time, the pattern is called Desert Rose. It is still produced but it doesn't have the look of the original, subtle changes were made. Hugs Marilou

I am entering this post into the following meme's.  Please check out the other beautiful china, tea cups and table top displays on their blogs when you get a chance.  Thank you, Lady Katherine and Marty for faithfully hosting for us each week.





God bless, and have a wonderful and beautiful Tuesday!


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For more pretties from Trivia Antiques, please check out these posts:
Trivia Antiques Part II - The Outside
Trivia Antiques Part III - The Inside

10 comments:

luluslovlies said...

Hi I love that china, I have the newer version of it as it has been produced to a long time, the pattern is called Desert Rose. It is still produced but it doesn't have the look of the original, subtle changes were made. Hugs Marilou

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Thank you, Marilou! I'll tweak my title a bit. Have a wonderful day.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Oh I love this china, the pattern is fabulous and such lovely colors. This is the pattern my sister use to have. Gorgeous. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Marty, thanks so much for stopping by! Happy TTT

Susan said...

Hello Kathy...Love that cup pattern. Very pretty.

Wanted to thank you so much for stopping by my blog and commenting. Loved having you. Come by any time. Susan

Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) said...

Love that the edges and handles are 'twigs'. Beautiful.

Gloria (The Little Red House with the White Porch) said...

A very pretty cup and saucer! I've seen this pattern before, but I don't personally know anything about it. Type the name of it, that's on the underside, into Google or Bing and a lot of info will probably come up for it. Good luck!
Best,
Gloria

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Hi Susan,
Thank you so much for coming by to see me! I am happy you enjoyed the tea cup setting.

Hi Jessa Irene,
I didn't even catch that part...I am glad that you pointed it out. Thank you for your visit and God bless!

Hi Gloria,
That is a great idea. Now that Marilou told me a bit about it, I have more to go on. Thanks so much for visiting today. Take care.

Kathy

Lady Katherine said...

Love your teacup and saucer! The pattern is so pretty! I seen it, but do not know the name! I wish! The doily is lovely under it! Thank you for joining me for Tea Time!

Oregon Gifts of Comfort and Joy said...

Thank you, Lady Katherine ... well, we found out that it is called Desert Rose. I hope you are doing well; thanks for stopping by to say hi!

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