Saturday, November 3, 2018

Saturday Finds: My 10 Favorite Holiday Dinnerware Sets


Good morning! I realize that we have yet to celebrate Thanksgiving but I have been inundated with "Black Friday" sale emails since last week and I do not want to miss out on the holiday dinnerware sales and I didn't think you would want to either. 




Today I am sharing my favorite holiday dinnerware from Pottery BarnAmazonWilliams SonomaSur la Table and more. 


Nostalgic Christmas Collection from Pottery Barn


I love the nostalgic Christmas Dinnerware from Pottery Barn, Santa and his sleigh, the gorgeous tree, the cute snowman remind me of the scenes from The Night Before Christmas


Christmas Toile

Isn't this Christmas Toile dinnerware pretty. I think you could use it for Thanksgiving, Christmas and the rest of winter. The best part, it is only $54.00 for 16 pieces!



Friendly Village


If you love traditional English transfer-ware than you will like Friendly Village from Johnson Brothers










Twig Dinnerware

Whimsical  Twigg Dinnerware is great for the kids. 







Traditional red and white Santa and his reindeer dinnerware. 






This melamine Santa Comes Home dinnerware is one of my favorites! In fact, I loved it so much I ordered it today. It is $36.00 for 12 pieces and I think I my niece and nephew will love it. 







Christmas Tree by Spode is a classic that has graced many family tables. 








This holiday Foliage pattern is perfect for not only Christmas but all of winter as well.





Last but not least, Holly & Pine from Sur la Table.

I have mentioned this before but I typically purchase salad plates of my favorite pattern for the season and then pair them with my white dinner plates or my favorite vintage red transfer ware, depending upon which matches better. That way, if I can buy several different patterns each season and use them at different occasion's. 

While I was looking for my 10 favorite patterns I came across so many plates that I want for my collection, like these snowflakes and the snowmen and the holiday pups. I could go on but I will let you look at a few more in the collages I put together. 

Enjoy!




And a few more.




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7 comments:

  1. Love the white plate with Christmas Tree!- littleblackdomicile.com

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  2. They are all beautiful. Especially the red rimmed ones. But I have so little storage I don't have room for holiday dishes.
    Brenda

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  3. Neat ideas. Though we have our Thanksgiving back in October and don't make nearly as much of a fuss about it as Americans do, retailers in the last few years have been putting on Black Friday sales the same day as in the States, mostly to persuade people against cross border shopping that day.

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  4. Great china for the holidays. Wish you knew the prices of them for us.
    Gorgeous all of them, some I prefer and some are just cute.
    Fabby

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  5. This gets me so excited for the holidays, and love all of your picks! Happy weekend, sweet friend!

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  6. Those stores are SO dangerous! LOL I always walk out with way more than I thought to buy. Too many wonderful things just always catch my eye.

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  7. Oh these are so pretty! I adore Christmas china and before we downsized I had a cupboard full of it, much which went to our kids when we moved. But I kept my old Spode Christmas Tree and the few pieces of Friendly Village. But that set of Santa Comes Home would be so tempting for when my little granddaughters are here!

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