March 31, 2010 at 2:31 pm

Blue Pattern Dinnerware

Shop for dinnerware pattern sets and individual pieces. lt;p> Willow Blue, a classic Johnson Brothers casual dinnerware pattern, was introduced in 1930 and still fills homes worldwide with delightful Chinese landscapes. The onion pattern was designed as a white ware decorated with cobalt blue pattern. Some rare dishes have a green, red, pink, or black pattern instead of the cobalt blue. Sell/Auction Marketplace for Buying BLUE WILLOW, Selling BLUE WILLOW, New/Used, Old, BLUE WILLOW Dinnerware. All Blue Willow patterns will have similar features. Inspired by the classic blue and white patterns of the past, this Pfaltzgraff Blue Meadow dinnerware set features a delicate floral design with clean, crisp lines.

Blue Pattern Dinnerware

  • One of the most renowned dinnerware and giftware traditional blue print patterns in the World, the famous Willow pattern is steeped in history.
  • And before the Blue Danube pattern they used similiar Chinese dinnerware, especially in the Northern European countires of the Netherlands, France, England, and Germany.
  • Blue Rose Pottery features handmade Polish Pottery, Polish Ceramics, Polish Glassware and Polish stoneware in an assortment of traditional and contemporary patterns.
  • This item is a wonderful older piece of Meissen Porcelain.
  • It is a Blue Onion pattern Plate with lattice pierced scalloped border.
  • Comparison shop for rose pattern dinnerware Dinnerware Sets in Home & Garden.

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