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Monday, April 20, 2009

Blue Monday – Royal Grindley “Orchid”



Blue Monday is sponsored by our lovely hostess Sally at Smiling Sally.

As anyone who has read my blog for any time know, I love blue and white dishes, as well as fabrics and other decorative accessories.

Last month I shared a very pleasant blue and white pattern called “Out of the Blue” by Churchill. Today I’d like to share another contemporary pattern from Royal Tudor Grindley. It is an all-over design called “Orchid.”

I picked up my first piece in Marshalls several years ago, and have sought other pieces online. But it is very hard to come by, and I still have only four dinner plates, one dessert plate, four cereal bowls and four rimmed soup bowls.


If any one knows of a source for this pattern, do let me know. It would make me very happy!

I hope you enjoyed seeing this contemporary transferware china pattern. Enjoy more Blue Monday at Sally’s blog, Smiling Sally.

23 comments:

Barb said...

Beautiful dishware.
Thanks for sharing it with us.

Blessings,
Barbara Jean

CJ said...

I'm not particularly fond of orchids (live ones) but this is a lovely pattern on dinnerware.

Smilingsal said...

I love blue and white dinnerware. Thanks for sharing. Happy Blue Monday.

Becky K. said...

Sometimes I think I need a whole room just to hold all of the dishware that catches my eye. Good thing we don't have such a room or I would spend way too much!

Your dishes are lovely.

Knitty said...

Very pretty! I have never seen that pattern.

Sandi@ My Yellow Door said...

Lovely! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Blue Monday.

Blessings,
Sandi

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Carrie, just beautiful...lovely dishes!!

Happy Blue Monday.

Barb

ellen b said...

Hi Carrie! Love this blue pattern. I too have never seen it before!

kbbryant said...

You have some beautiful dishes these. I love the blue and the pattern. Food looks so tasty on blue dishes.

Joy said...

Love the decal! Chandeliers are a fav of mine.

Jeanne said...

Gorgeous plates, I adore the pattern. Have you checked Ebay? LTD unlimited is another place to check out. Good luck.

Hugs...Jeanne

Blondie's Journal said...

Beautiful dishes. I can't help you with finding more but I can tell you that just displaying them in any way you can will make you smile!

Happy Blue Monday!!

xoxo
Jane

Shirl said...

Hello I’m still making my Blue Monday visits. What a pretty post.
Bless you, Shirl
Shirls Rose Cottage

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Carrie said...

Anonymous left a link to two saucers in the Royal Tudor by Grindley :Orchid” pattern. Thanks for the link, in answer to my request for info.
As it happens, I had already viewed this Ebay listing and sent a message to the seller asking if more pieces might be available. But all that was in stock were the two saucers – no cups.
Thanks again for your help,
Carrie

melhivyleague said...

I'm not sure if you're interested, but I have 4 dinner plates and 5 salad plates that I'm finished with... You can either contact me directly via this post or if you would prefer I can list them on ebay. Thanks!

Carrie said...

melhivyleague --
Yes, I am interested. What is your offer?
Carrie

melhivyleague said...

Carrie,
I have no idea what to charge... Let me know what sounds fair to you and I'll send them your way. You can contact me directly at someonesmom@live.com. Thanks!
Melanie

Michael said...

Hi - we have cups, saucers and plates of Blue Orchid - do let us know if you are still intereste d
bw
Michael and Dorothy

Carrie said...

Yes. Why not use your email address?

Michael said...

I thought we had - its michaeldorf@hotmail.com
M&D

Brittany Carlson said...

I have one Chardonay dinner plate with this design as well, It has the stamp on the back that says "made in England by grindley" let me know if you are still in search of these. thank you :)

Carrie said...

Thanks, Britanny, but I have all the pieces I need.