Tuesday, December 29, 2015

Fitz and Floyd Santa's List



Hello, hope you are all having the most wonderful of holiday seasons!  
Last year I shared with you one of my fine china patterns that I use at Christmas.  It was made by Fitz and Floyd and called "St. Nicholas"  You can see that pattern here if you wish.
Today I share another Fitz and Floyd pattern that is a Christmas stoneware. I love to use this because the children enjoy it.
It is called "Santa's List"


Today I share the cookie jar and the teapot

The Cookie Jar
It is adorable, so expressive and childlike
Santa and the rocking horse have the sweetest faces
Look at all of the toys



A little closer view



I decided to show you all sides, because he is cute from every angle.



Look even a dollhouse
I love the colors in this pattern



Look at this!
Simply enchanting



I just want to kiss this little face!



The Teapot




The teapot is pretty too
I think Santa looks a little older or maybe he is tired from checking his list?








Showing his profile here



Back view
I like that Santa's list is the handle and the spout!







This is prettier than I can portray in photographs


I hope you enjoyed seeing these two pieces
They are no longer in production, but you can find some at certain dealers

Next post I will showcase the dishes in this pattern.

Until then,




6 comments:

  1. ohhhh... I love Fitz and Floyd pieces... I have several and my grands love them!!! So much beautiful detail.. very whimsical!!! thank you for sharing!!

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    1. Hi Lisa,
      Thank you! I really like them too! Good to hear from you. Happy New Year to you and the family!

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  2. Both are lovely. They were very creative with the tea pot.

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    1. They did and all enjoy them. The family gets tired of mama being so stuffy with the fine china and would just as soon eat from paper plates but with this pattern even though not formal lets me have fun and them too!

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  3. They are pretty! I have some roosters by them and they are really nice too.

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    1. Oh I'll bet those roosters are something else!

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