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My grandmother had passed away the winter before I was married, and had a collection of delft. I used a vase just like the one on the left for a memorial arrangement that I put near the guestbook (just the "guest" pages from or Hallmark wedding album. I didn't buy a second guestbook).

Always love Delftware, growing up with it and it will always be part of me. Delftware vase

This is the most creative use of Delftware porcelain plates. They would be amazing to use for a small dinner party.

1674 English Delftware cup at the Museum of London, London - From the curators' comments: "From the 1660s to 1790s there were 18 delftware potteries along the banks of the Thames turning out over 1,000 tons per year of tin-glazed earthenware items for London households, taverns and coffee-houses. But delftware was not very durable and was eventually ousted by the new, technically superior Staffordshire creamwares and English porcelains."

Devon mid 19th C. Excavated in Jamestown, U.S.

Antique Early English Delftware Pottery Shaving Bowl | From a unique collection of antique and modern bowls at www.1stdibs.com/...

English delftware dish, 1638, probably by Richard Irons, Southwark, London (Victoria and Albert Museum)