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This morning while browsing Pinterest, I realized that RED is a stand out color in porcelain china. While I absolutely love the color red, I do enjoy vintage porcelain china in just about any color. But, the reds captured me today so I thought it would be fun to see who collects this color or favors it?
Here's one photo that grabbed me.
Ellene - It must be all of this latest talk about Valentines Day which has got you seeing all things as 'Red,' :- ) Please enjoy also this Art Deco water pitcher jug by James Greene Ltd. London, England. c1930s. It is further example which is available from my collection, which at just $25 USD is surely an absolute bargain!
Maybe that is it, Valentines Day already on my mind! :)
Thanks for sharing your lovely RED Art Deco Pitcher. so...15GPB is equivalent to $25USD?
:-( I 'believe so' Ellene, but am hopeless with Math.
I use an online Currency Converter for an approximate rate between GBP & USD. It;s about the best that I can do. (smile)
When I used to travel in England, we would just double GBP for a "safe" estimate. Of course, that's been a few years now....:) But, I would trust an online Currency Converter...that's their job!
Love this RED set on Vintage Rose Garden...
Beautiful RED Transferware by Ana Rosa
Not porcelain but...it's a vintage tea set and its RED! :)
Vintage Porcelain Tea Set, Czechoslavakia in gorgeous RED and white with some gold
Aynsley. I love Aynsley Porcelain China. This pretty one qualifies for seeing RED! :)