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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Bobbi Brown Brightening Finishing Powder for cheeks in Porcelain Pearl, PS40 | MAC Pressed Pigment Eye Shadow in Blue Willow, PS16.
Blue willow china is a special design of blue and white china that tells a very sad Chinese story.
which was the inspiration for the blue Willow Pattern china.
Patricia O'Hara, in 'Primitive Marriage, Civilised Marriage: Anthropology, Mythology, and The Egoist', examines the collapse in Meredith's novel of the civilized present into a primitive past of egoism and wife-capture, alluded to in mythology, particularly the legend of the Blue Willow pattern which Sir Willoughby Patterne, Clara, and Vernon enact.
Gates was a children's librarian who had worked extensively with the children of migrant farmworkers in California's San Joaquin Valley, and the book was the story of ten-year-old Janey Larkin, a migrant child whose longing for a permanent home is embodied in her care for her most treasured possession, a blue willow plate.
You'll also find replicas of missionary-era porcelain bells and miniature blue Willow china, as well as silkscreened Hawaiian quilt pattern tablecloths and napkins.
Lobrano was dressed in a striking blue willow strapless chiffon A-line gown with directionally ruched bodice and corkscrew ruffle skirl The bridegroom's mother chose a lovely black taffeta and lace dress.
Not forgetting my bespoke blue willow pattern plate wallpaper I'll talk about later.
Hanging in OSU's Fairbanks Gallery are 151 white china plates, each bearing a different image painted in the cobalt palate of the classic Blue Willow pattern.
The effect creates a design within a design for these wool rugs, such as Homefires' new Blue Willow, which recalls the classic dinnerware by Spode.