Wednesday, December 19, 2012

Vintage Blue Ridge Pottery Poinsettia Pattern

For a number of years I've been picking up Blue Ridge pottery at Goodwill and other thrift stores.  I have a number of pieces displayed in my vintage kitchen.  Occasionally I put out a few seasonal pieces.  These are the Poinsettia pattern.  I only have four pieces (the dinner plate, large bowl, and creamer).  The creamer has a chip but still looks great displayed in my kitchen at Christmas.  The live poinsettia was purchased when we visited the Poinsettia Festival a few weeks ago.

Here is a closeup of the bowl.  The colors are rather muted.  Leaves are almost a gray color.  I'd love to find more but it is getting harded to find Blue Ridge pottery.  I saw a set of glasses on EBay for $110.00.  They were beautiful but ????? 

I found this Poinsettia creamer and sugar at Goodwill a few years ago.  It is vintage but I don't know the manufacturer.  The sugar is missing the lid.  I display them on the shelf above the sink with my vintage plaster Santa. 

I am joining Vintage Thingie Thursday.  To see more vintage items check the blog.


LV said...

You have done really well with your Goodwill shopping. I must go on the wrong day as I seldom find much. Merry Christmas.

PeggyR said...

You've done great with your shopping! I love the pattern.

Sally Annie Magundy said...

I love all of your poinsettia china and I adore your Santa, so darling!

Merry Christmas!

Tammy said...

Amazing what you can find at some Goodwill's. Lovely patterns. Happy holidays! Tammy

craftyles said...

The poinsettia dishes are charming. I've never seen any like them.Have a Merry Christmas!

Anne said...

If you are still collecting Blue Ridge Pottery, look up the Blue Ridge Pottery Fans page on Facebook. It's a bunch of us who love Blue Ridge! :)