Blue and White Display in My Booth

It was time to reset my booth so I went in this week and started moving things around. I decided to put together a blue and white display so I gathered together what I already had in my booth and brought in some things that I had purchased over the last few months. I will probably continue to tweak it, but here is what I have come up with so far.

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I bought quite a few sets of salt and pepper shakers at the World’s Longest Yard Sale last year. These are part of that collection. The little boy and girl on a sled came from an estate sale a couple of years ago. It was made in Mexico.

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The blue and yellow flowers on this teapot are so pretty. It was made by the Edwin M. Knowles China Company and the pattern is Yorktown. If it doesn’t sell soon, I will probably bring it home and keep it.

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This is a pattern called Peony. It is very old with a lot of crazing. It is another pattern that I am thinking about bringing home. LOL.

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I also added several aluminum pieces.

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These are prints of pencil drawings from England.

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More blue and white and some silk flowers. And an antique mirror.

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Blue and white ribbon plates.

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And an Andrea by Sadek owl trinket box.

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Overall, I was happy with the way it turned out. I still have more to do on the rest of the booth. I hope to get that done this week.

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Comments

  1. The cabinet shelving you have the items on is wonderful to me, I am a blue and white collector so I love the look. The teapot is sweet and I love the blue and white lates also the round covered dish
    Perfect I would say

    • Thanks Janice. There are quite a few pieces in this collection that I am still thinking about keeping!
      Kathy

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