willow pattern


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willow pattern

a. a pattern incorporating a willow tree, river, bridge, and figures, typically in blue on a white ground, used on pottery and porcelain
b. (as modifier): a willow-pattern plate
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I shall have that porcelain back," says Lady Busshe to me, "when we were shaking hands last night; I think," says she, "it should have been the Willow Pattern.
I bought a willow pattern plate, as well as some other examples of blue and white china, in a local antique store to show the children.
MOLD: Clwyd Theatr Cymru (0845 330 3565), The Story Of The Willow Pattern Plate: Treasure Trove Puppet Company.
Fellow Surface Collective member Laura Ferguson press-moulded the surface of a tunnel wall to create her work - a series of ceramic pieces decorated with willow pattern and quotations from Williamson's own lips.
Tea would be served in willow pattern china teapots poured into matching cups (with saucers) and the consumption of jam and scones at 4pm every day would be law.
The Willow Pattern design is the setting for a lively, dramatic, even powerful story which is not generally known outside of English-speaking countries.
com as it featured a chinoiserie landscape that reminded us of willow pattern porcelain.
We were delighted by the response when we asked for willow pattern plates for the tearoom which we were setting up at the time.
Top Tip - the Willow pattern (think of yer Grannies china) is going to be MASSIVE interior design news.
They arrived on a big, blue willow pattern plate, and they were generally excellent - juicy spring rolls, oozily plump prawn toasts, sticky spare ribs and salty seaweed served with shredded lettuce.
There used to be beautiful mahogany and ceramic bathroom furniture in a blue and white willow pattern.
The new can, which is finished with a willow pattern design could even become a collectors' item in future years.