Friday, February 15, 2008


Kelli of There Is No Place Like Home hosts Show & Tell on Friday.

Today I'd like to show you my Fitz and Floyd cups, saucers and dessert plates. I've had them a long time.

My mother bought me this wooden case to keep some of them in. The case hangs on the wall. The set consists of 4 coffee cups and saucers, 4 espresso cups and saucers, 4 cake plates. The date on the bottom of the set is MCMLXXVIII (1978).

Here's a close-up of the coffee cups and cake plates.

And a close-up of the espresso cups and saucers, the sugar and creamer.

Thank you for letting me share these with you.


theteach

12 comments:

Jean said...

Great dishes! I love the color and the graphics!

nannykim said...

I like those; they are similar in color to my mikassa (sp?) ones.

Misty Dawn said...

I collect teacups and pots and dishes and this is very beautiful!

Hootin' Anni said...

pretty, pretty, pretty. Love the colors, love the design...beautiful

My show n tell is shared, if you haven't stopped over yet, I hope you can drop by.

Carrie said...

Fitz and Floyd hae such nice patterns for dishes. These with the oriental motif are beautiful.

Penless Thoughts said...

Beautiful and what a nice display case for them.
Susan

ellen b said...

Maryt those are so unique and very cool. I love the deep colors. How fun that you can display them like that. Enjoy...

Jewelgirl said...

The oriental motif on these dishes
are beautiful. Did you pick these
dishes out? Or were they a gift
from your mom too? Lucky you!

Feathering My Nest said...

Those are very pretty. I like your display of them. I also like the pattern on them.

Kathi

Sarah said...

They're beautiful. Thank you for sharing.

Blessings.

Sarah x

PamperingBeki said...

Very cool Teach! Thanks for sharing them. :)

Kelli said...

Beautiful dishes, what a lovely design and you have them displayed beautifully!
Kelli