My sister retired, and moved to La Quinta, California, resolved to start this phase of her life with the freshest of outlooks, including all NEW dishes! I can't imagine such a thing, so of course I took her 1974 Noritake Daisy china (officially called Donegal), Can't you picture her digging these groovy dishes with daisies encircling each piece, much as she loved her equally groovy high school boyfriend, and now husband of 36 years. Our beloved Grannie Annie called my sister, "Daisy Maisy" so when she used daisies in her wedding, and choose this china, it also paid homage to our past. And what's not to love about another ridiculous set of china?
So here is my ode to sisterhood, daisies, and "Summer Loving" (effort to include vintage songs....)
Crystal Cut Luster, 4 flutes for $25.
Love that Sue had the vegetable dish, and chop plate.
Tablescape Thursday. Join me there!
Leave me a comment, and have a Daisy Mazy sunny week!