Visit site
  • Debbie Toole

    Pretty....I have a tea set that looks like this.

  • Keith Hathcock

    Anyone who collects china has encountered the ubiquitous Blue Willow pattern. Versions of this pattern have appeared on plates, platters, teapots and other china from all sorts of manufacturers for over 200 years and continue to pop up regularly. In fact, Blue Willow is the most popular pattern to ever appear on china.he pattern is said to hail originally from China and usually includes images of a willow tree, an apple tree, a pagoda, a bridge, a cottage, a man and woman, and two birds.

  • Neelofar Babar

    Johnson Brothers Willow Blue Dinnerware - BONUS SAVINGS

  • Dorothy Claire Glover

    My grandmother's china. Want it to be my china pattern!

Related Pins

Make breakfast easy with trays and elegant china. Outdoor entertaining for weekend guests. Joe Ruggiero

My dishes ... used to be my mother in laws good dishes but they are now our everyday dishes! Love them!

Obsessed with blue willow!!! Can't wait to have a real dining room so I can have a wall display of all my plates!!!

I kind of love white and blue china. I want it. All of it. In every pattern possible. Self-control? What self-control?

Too Much Willow! --> click link to read the [hi]story behind the pattern...

Blue Willow. I remember these dishes from my best friends house.... Having a little too much fun she broke a couple and learned just how expensive they are

Blue Willow. LOVE THIS. I have a miniture tea set that I have had since I was probably 6 yrs old.

Delft, (Blue Willow) Hand Painted cupcakes by artistacakes, via Flickr

blue willow shoes. Who knew?