Aug 27, 2010

Almost...

A variety of new Rosy finds...

(click photos to enlarge)

at first glance they seem to match,
but...

(Crooksville China)

Only the creamer and plates are true matches...

The rest mix so effortlessly who would notice? 


The buds of the Gertrude Jekyll rose
mix effortlessly with anything :-)

(Knowles China)

This little saucier I showed a couple weeks ago,
so close,  but not a match...


(No Maker England)

This new petite jug
which is already a favorite,
still not a true match...


The jug reflecting in the swirls of the silvers design...


Raw beauty...


 Happy Pink Saturday...

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Jacqueline at Cabin and Cottage
and

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Thanks for visiting me today:-)

28 comments:

Victorian1885 said...

Wow Bella I would not have noticed they are not from the same maker..very pretty! Have a great weekend!

Wanda

Amy Kinser said...

Such beautiful china. You would never know it didn't come together. It's just perfect for Bella's Rose Cottage.

NanaDiana said...

Bella-Sweet Bella- Love the china-love the roses- love that you take the time to make all these "pretties" for us to enjoy! I could have a house full of roses and still not have enough. MyHero is NOT fond of floral patterns-*sigh* So...I can enjoy them here instead! xxooDiana

Melissa said...

No need for perfect matches when you've got beautiful roses.

Olga said...

Such a sweet pink post. The china is so beautiful, and I can almost smell the fragrance of the roses.

Cabin and Cottage said...

Love seeing your post on my link! And a beautiful post it is! I love that last perspective on the roses looking right into them. Such a pretty color. The mixing of rose patterns is a big selling point in the shop. It really is remarkable how they almost all work together and make it interesting AND beautiful. You must have a pretty big collection. I never seem to see the same thing twice. Thanks for linking! Happy Pink! Jacqueline

DesigningLadyJane said...

They certainly look like a perfect match. A glorious mix, at any rate. And a lovely way to showcase those heavenly blooms. Those last roses in the teacup looked so lush, I swear I smelled them.

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

Beautiful pieces and they look so great together! :)

Yvonne @ StoneGable said...

Bella, I posted a pink rose PS too! YOur roses lovely as are all the beautiful rose china. So very romantic... just like your blog!
So nice to visit!
Yvonne

Mariette said...

Dearest Bella,

You are so fortunate to find such a GEM of a pitcher with plate! That rose is so unbelievably pretty and so true, like your life Gertrude Jekyll rose atop.
Congratulations with such additions!

Sunny greetings from Georgia,

MariettesBacktoBasics

Hélène Glehen said...

I love to start my day by visiting your blog. Your pics would deserve to be published in a book.
Have a nice weekend.

Mariette said...

Dearest Bella,

Replacements Ltd. has it listed as Wild Rose by Cooksville http://bit.ly/982Kw2
Have a look...
So lovely!

Enjoy your weekend and your dreamy collections!

MariettesBacktoBasics

Kom Achterom said...

This is a nice Match Bella!!
so beautiful the pink roses! realy romantic!
have a verry nice weekend
Yolanda

Annelie said...

Great finds. I would not have noticed the difference.
They remind me of being a child and visiting grand parents.
Love your pictures below with the milk can and the lace cap hydrangea.

Annelie

Denise@alloverroses said...

No one would notice. They are beautiful and so are your roses! Have a wonderful weekend!
Denise

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Jacalyn @ rmebathproducts.com said...

Oh so beautiful! I love the rose in the pictures, very pretty.

Happy PS,
Jacalyn

Regina said...

hi bella,
loveley china and a perfect match.i love it.
loveley rose,too.
have a nice weekend,
hugs regina

Blondie's Journal said...

SO pretty! I think it's almost better to have mismatched pieces! I have a lot!

xoxo
Jane

Patyclau said...

So nice, no one would notice.

xxx

someplace in thyme said...

I would have never noticed that they did not belong together Bella. It's all just lovely. Happy Pink Saturday, Char

High Heeled Life said...

Bella ...they look so good together. I love how you mix and match these lovelies..Hugs ..HHL

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What gorgeous roses, Bella! Exquisite in their beauty and colour. They look so lovely with your pretty china. I like mixed pieces and yours are no exemption. Lovely pattern! Thanks for sharing your pretties and Happy Pink Saturday weekend.

Blessings,
Sandi

Jean said...

So lovely. Happy Pink Day!

Blooming Rose Musings said...

I prefer when things don't exactly match...I think it makes it more interesting and gives it great character. These are all beautiful pieces. I have such a weakness for pink roses.

NanaDiana said...

Bella-Bella-
I'll not tellya..
But you need to stop by
my blogererlla!>) Diana

Beverly said...

Happy Pink Saturday, Bella. Thank you for making Pink Saturday special.

Thank you for sharing these beautiful images with us.

I'm still hoping to reach my goal of 200 comments by midnight tonight.

Dawn said...

Oh you have reminded me of a purchase I had made with none matching Items I must remember to show them I love your pink roses and your real ones even more

Love Dawn xx