I love brown transferware anytime of year but fall is when it really shines. I pulled my small collection together to give them their due for a little touch of fall on a window shelf in the Potting Shed, along with some hydrangeas, mini pumpkins and fall grasses.
My brown transferware pieces were picked up at antique malls or consignment stores over the years.
A favorite Williamsburg Aviary by Wedgwood cup and saucer is nesting with hydrangeas on a Johnson Brothers Windsor Ware Dover teapot.
Limelight hydrangeas have made their fall metamorphosis, changing from white to green with burnished edges of brown. I filled some Ball jars with the greenish/brown blooms to pair with the brown transferware. Their joining mini pumpkins~ white and tiger-striped, fall grasses and a few acorns.
I found a brown transferware tureen lid at a consignment store about 15 years ago.
Since it was orphaned and missing its bowl, I adopted it to give it a home. ;)
I loved its pretty daffodils and basket pattern. You can see it hanging on the Potting Shed door, framed by a wreath for fall, here.
I filled a transferware pitcher with hydrangea blooms and plumes of Maiden grass.
The feathery plumes add some fall color and soft texture.
I harvested some fall grass from the field next to my Potting Shed.
Bundling the grass plumes with twine for some soft texture to enjoy before the field is mowed and baled.
We’ve had some beautiful crisp and cool weather this week, perfect for a little fall nesting!
Hope you’re enjoying some beautiful fall weather where you are!