These dishes are some that I have had for over 20 years.
I started buying them one at a time at the grocery store until I had the set.
They are beautiful.
The original set was a set of eight, dinner plates, saucers, bowls, and glasses.
I found four extra plates at an antique store about ten years ago.
The extras with this set are a divided plate, pedestal cake plate, and a large bowl.
The design on these dishes is very pretty.
You will be seeing these again shortly because they are going to my daughter’s house this Sunday. She is making Sunday dinner for all of us. And I am taking these dishes to her and blogging about it (of course).
When I started collecting these dishes I did it so I could give them to my daughters when they had a home of their own.
My daughter, Kayli already has hers. They were a set that my Grandma Stroup gave to me and Kayli’s dad when we got married.
Kamille is ready for hers.
These are the dishes for February.
This is a mix of a lot of different dishes.
The red cup and plates are Fiesta.
The pink saucers are depression glass.
The heart cup is from when my son, Nic broke his elbow trying to ride a 10 speed bike at a birthday party of his friend.
His friend sent him the cup with candy in it and balloons attached to it.
That was at least 10 to 12 years ago, so it could be considered vintage, (if not antique)!