Collection of three very shabby, very old blue and white china bowls, 1840s and 1850s. vintage English tin metal plates w/ antique French Sevres china patterns. Vintage Daher ware style tin plates with traditional old designs from Sevres porcelain
Patrick's tip: "The combination of blue and white is an age-old classic. However, when mixed with black, I find the combination gutsier and less sweet or predictable. Blue and white or cream can often skew feminine; by combining blue with white and black or charcoal gray or darker greens, the color story becomes moodier and sexier.
The exterior is decorated in blue and white with multiple animals, sailing boats, and buildings. It has holes in the rim for 7 quills. $89.00. Age: Pre-1800. Antique French porcelain Ink Well Hand Painted Signed FV original insert. $99.99.
Beach Stripe Porcelain Lamp, Blue/White $690.00 . 9" Chinoiserie Porcelain Teapot, Blue/White $40.00 . Free Standard Shipping. 21" Porcelain Tea Jar, Blue/White Daphne Slipper Chair, French Blue Linen
The true development of blue and white ware in China started with the first half of the 14th century, when it progressively replaced the centuries-long tradition of (normally) unpainted bluish-white southern Chinese porcelain, or Qingbai, as well as Ding ware from the north.
While Mark's beloved stripes certainly have a place in this bedroom (note the French armchairs and the tape trim on the window treatments), the designer's favorite accents here are the blue-and-white ceramics—from porcelain jars on the mantel to the garden stool side table.