The sweetest old china platter
It's old, but new for me and this blue
and white says SPRING.
want their kids to eat everything...
because the plates are so beautiful!
Any food would look good on this platter.
W.H. Grindley made these dishes.
Do you see the cruise ship on top
of the globe?
It cost me only pennies and it dates
between 1891 and 1914.
This dish has been around!
I wish I knew alot more about
old pottery houses in England.
Some trade mark stamps
identified here at The Potteries
The Shabby Nest Frugal Friday