Thursday, January 26, 2012

Nautical Inspired

Those who have followed my blog for a while know about my obsession with the sea and all it's wondrous treasures...

Today I thought I'd share several cherished pieces of Limoges I've found over the years with a nautical inspired design.

I'm curious, have any of you ever come across these nautical inspired pieces?

I'm absolutely smitten with them and find them incredibly intriguing.

Do you think they were used aboard a yacht or shipping vessel?

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Alexandra Rae said...

No I have never seen any pieces like these. Forget smitten; I'm obsessed!! You know I love anything nautical (and anything chinoiserie). These pieces are my new quest! Thanks for sharing. (You're my girl for all things nautical and Chinoiserie Chic for all things, you know!)

Kathysue said...

Omgosh I am in love with these pieces. I do believe you have a wonderful nautical treasure!!! Kathysue

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ProjectHope7 said...

Haven't seen any of these before, but they are beautiful. In love with the pink pitcher... what an amazing piece!
Cathy B
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Karena said...

Terri I haven't seen this pattern; however I really love it. Very nice.

Art by Karena

Unknown said...

I bet these one of a kind pieces were created for an adventurous seafaring couple, who travelled on their glorious yacht to enchanting places. They chose the finest crystal, and commissioned the very best china to accompany them on their many travels aboard their vessel. Only a few of these nautical dining pieces are found today. As the tale goes, their yacht disappeared over a rainbow, and it was never seen again. How's that for Friday? Have a great weekend. -Al

Everything Coastal said...

Very pretty - so delicate. What a great collection!