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Blue Favorites

It is no secret that I have a  fascination with anything blue and white.  I collect transferware and Italian pottery.  My transferware collection started when I bought my first piece at age 17.  My love of Italian pottery began much later when hubby and I were married in Venice and spent our honeymoon traveling through out Italy.  The beautiful pottery is everywhere and I fell in love immediately with the blue and white pieces. Below are some of my favorite.

 

39 thoughts on “Blue Favorites”

  1. Hello Shelly, thank you for visiting my blog. I have just joined as one of your followers since I will def linger on your site!- re blue and white …I have completely fallen in love with Gien blue and white.. Colx

  2. What a GORGEOUS piece of furniture displaying your blue and white and other pieces. I want that demijohn up top! Love the huge bowl of lemons, too.

  3. Sherry,

    Your pieces of pottery are exquisite!!! What a wonderful collection and what fun and romantic memories attached! Those European potters are phenomenal!

    I however, don't "DO Blue." My mother "did" blue, and I guess that is why.

    Don't get me wrong, she was my BEST friend, best mom ever and I actually LOVE blue,,,I have just never used it in my home! (More Blue for YOU!) I love the Dutch Blues and white with hints of Copper(I'm a qtr. Dutch) and I absolutely LOVE the blues and yellows in French print and decors,,,,they are SO yummy!

    I guess my dear friend Kelly was the one who stated one day after looking at a livingroom "Redo" that "I was lucky, because I knew I loved Green"..no matter what I tied it together with- the other colors throughout my home,,,I had Green, somewhere. Hmmm…had never really seriously thought of that before she mentioned it!

    I think the main thing, is to just "love what you love and DO reflect that in your home." Interior Decorators can be great, but does the end product reflect YOU or them? If it truly reflects YOU then it's a job well done,,whether YOU did it or had a bit of help!

    Maybe someday you and I can do a Blue and Green Room! LOL,,,,the best of both worlds!

    Enjoy the rest of your weekend!

    Hugs,
    Shell

  4. Sherry,

    Your French armoire/bookcase is stunning with your blue and whites and white pieces! I love the top display to. So pretty! It was neat to read that you've been collecting the transferware since you were 17. What was the first piece you acquired?
    Have a great evening,

    Nancy

  5. OMG Sherry this is all just beautiful I love blue/white combo it's the best to me…I have my whole kitchen done it in right now to the Italian tiles on my counter tops and even my kitchen sink is French blue…I kid you not…come by sometime and look at it on my Home tag…May you have a great weekend…Hugs and smiles Gl♥ria

  6. Your hutch and all the amazing Italian beauty is just stunning!! I studied ancient pottery Spring term at the University and LOVED it. We especially touched on Italian works and even before it was known as Italy…So nice to see your love of it has grown with you. Can't wait to see more of your collection along the years. Thanks for sharing! Made me smile!

  7. Hi Sherry,

    If you love Country French you have to love blue and white. You have wonderful taste in the way the objets d'art are displayed on your bookshelf. Thank you for sharing. I'm a new follower!

    Anne-Marie

  8. Lovely blue and white collection, Sherry.I wonder what it says on the teapot and the other container? I see oregano and salt and coffee but those two beat me! The display in your hutch is really beautiful!

  9. Lucky you, Sherry, to have been married in Italy–Venice, even! Of course you collect blue and white; all discerning people do, and you have some amazing pieces! Happy Blue Monday.

  10. A girl after my own heart! I love blue and white, too. I have one pattern of china that is Mottahedeh's Canton, and I love it to pieces. I also have a collection of old souvenir plates that are Stafforshire transferware in blue and white and enjoy using them for casual meals.

    Love your Italian pieces, and I can definitely see how you fell in love with them. They are truly wonderful, and they are so unique.

    Happy Blue Monday to you…

    XO,

    Sheila 🙂

  11. Sherry, blue and white and Italian pottery – it doesn't get much better. Your pieces are wonderful. Married in Venice and honeymoon around Italy – that sounds pretty incredible. Thanks for sharing. ~ Sarah

  12. Wow Sherri – it's all so beautiful. I can see why you fell in love with it. But what really caught my eye was that gorgeous piece of furniture you use to display it!
    xoxo,
    Kim

  13. Hi Sherry,
    Your pottery is really beautiful! And a honeymoon in Venice! How romantic 🙂

    Thanks for stopping by today & weighing in on the painted floor issue. Geez it's a tough decision! Here is my question for you: Were your floors painted in an oil based high gloss? I've heard that makes all the difference in keeping it clean, as it allegedly has a harder, slick surface and dirt doesn't adhere to it like it would a more matte finish.

    Thanks so much for your help!

    xo,
    Shellagh

  14. Hi Sherry,
    Thanks so much for that link! I went & checked it out & love that look! I wonder how hard it would be to do that???? I'm going to research it right now 🙂

    You are awesome ~ thanks so much for taking the time to send me the link & stuff 🙂

    xo,
    Shellagh

  15. Hi Sherry! I love your blue and white pottery. Especially since it is Italian! How wonderful to be married in Venice. We were there 3 years ago.

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. I couldn't find your email so I'll answer your question here if that's okay. Yes, we are in the Destin area. We actually live in Niceville. Where were you a dealer? I'd love to find some good shops for some good deals!

  16. Thank You so much for visiting and leaving a comment, I followed you to your blog and thank goodness because I love it! I became a follower.. my blog is your blog so please stop by anytime!

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