Wednesday, March 25, 2009

A Few Tidbits On Mulberry Ware!

I started collecting Mulberry Ware back in 2002, when Cruella and I took our first trip to Brimfield, Massachusetts. Mulberry Ware was produced in Staffordshire, a district in England. It was produced for a very short period of time in the mid 1800’s. I love it because of the heaviness of the ironstone and its rich, deep color!

Recently, while out antiquing with Cruella, she spotted this Mulberry Ware pitcher for only forty-five dollars. Cruella, who knows how much I love Mulberry Ware, and who knows that it is worth much more then forty-five dollars, gave it up! Thanks Cruella! Can’t wait to try it with peonies, hydrangeas, tulips, etc…

Happy Spring!!!!!!!!

1 comment:

GrannySmithGreen said...

Lovely and timeless! Way to go--and thanks to Cruella!