Friday, October 9, 2009

Show & Tell Friday


I was visiting My Romantic Home and saw it was Show & Tell Friday. I love to see all the great post there and decided to join in.. I had some problems and sent an email to Cindy and she will help me out to get my link from here to her soon.. IF you dont get to see the show and tell friday this time , hope it will be fixed for next week...I have just recently moved and have only just begun to get some things out of the boxes.. What i am showing here is my Grandmothers China, brought to her,by her son,that was stationed in Japan in the 40's... When he came home from the war, he brought her this beautiful set of china.. Noritake, pattern Carmela.. I have always adored this china sitting in her china hutch.. When she passed away, all her daughters had their own china, and had no room for it. So i was able to take it, as i had no china. I am also showing my pink chickens that i just love, and my pink sea shell set with my cute little pink and black pigs...



11 comments:

abeachcottage.com said...

omg this is to die for! i love that pattern...though Noritake is one of my faves so I would!

enjoy show and tell

sarah

Cindy ~ My Romantic Home said...

I love Noritake China! That pattern is really beautiful! I'm glad you were able to figure out how to use MckLinky!

Susan B said...

Your china is gorgeous! I love your pink chickens! Thank you for sharing.

Brenda said...

I'd love to happen upon some Noritake china I could afford! Lucky girl.
Brenda

Sharlotte said...

Beautiful china. I love the colors...what a treasure!

ALWAYS THE ABRAMYANS said...

What gorgeous china! I love it and the story behind it makes it so very special! Thank you so much for sharing and I'll be looking for you next week!

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

The Noritake china is just beautiful and who wouldn't LOVE those pink chickens!!

Wanda said...

Hey here Sheila,how great to hear from you. Your bolg is so pretty. I haven't been bloging much lately but I am trying to get back to it. Thanks so much for the visit. TTFN

Sandra~Romantique Inspirations~ said...

Oh Sheila, I was so sure I had left a comment for this one.... what the heck am I losing my mind or what. Hey your china is beautiful and I am so glad you have it. Look at you go, I need to figured how to use MckLinky too someday. Well, keep up the posting- I want to see more!

Many hugs to you Girl-

Stella said...

What wonderful china. It is not only beautiful but has warm memories as well. Thank you for sharing.

Vicki said...

Hello, Sheila,
Your grandmother's china is gorgeous!! I am so glad you have it to enjoy and remember your grandmother. Thank you for stopping by Bunny Cottage for a cup of tea!! Blessings to you! Vicki