Tag: Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers

Fall Nesting: Brown Transferware and Hydrangeas in the Potting Shed

I love brown transferware year round, but fall is the season when it really shines!  I pulled my collection together to give them their due, and for a bit of fall nesting and tabletop fun in the Potting Shed! Brown transferware is paired with Limelight hydrangeas that have made their fall metamorphosis. . .changing from…

Harvest Time Wine Tasting

It’s Harvest Time for more than 113 wineries and 400 commercial grape growers in North Carolina. Harvest festivals with serenades, grape stomps, and harvest-to-barrel celebrations are abundant with October’s arrival. With that in mind, I pulled out my grandmother’s Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers~ to enjoy with some wine we purchased during our tasting visits to some NC wineries during September, for…

Grape Expectations

We’ve been Celebrating the Grape and enjoying Bottled Sunshine during September in observance of North Carolina’s Wine Appreciation Month. Harvest festivals with serenades, grape stomps, and harvest-to-barrel celebrations are abundant with October’s arrival.   Taking my cue from the harvest events at North Carolina wineries this month, I pulled out my grandmother’s dishes~ Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers~…

Harvest Time

Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers was my grandmother’s pattern. I have the remaining pieces of her place settings~ With Harvest as a theme, I harvested a medley of veggies, fruits & flowers for this table. . . These dishes are lovingly worn and chipped in places. Only three Dinner Plates are left. One Lonely Salad…

From Harvest Time to Spring Time, An Easter Transformation

    I’m joining Susan’s Tablescape Thursday party.          This is my grandmother’s china, you may remember seeing here.  It is Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers. I was inspired to bring it into spring time, when I ran across these striped placemats at Home Goods, a few months ago, that tied the pink together with the…

Harvest Time by Johnson Brothers (Lottie’s China)

        I’m joining Susan for Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.      Last week with Spring on the Horizon, I had a botanically inspired tablescape to share. This week, our weather has taken a nose dive. Last weekend’s weather was a teaser. Winter is still here, scarves, gloves, and coats are…