Monday, November 21, 2011

My "Christmas Heritage" Plate Setting

I bought these adorable Christmas ornaments from The Christmas Haus (Oxford, PA) in several different designs and gave one to each of my three sister-in-laws one Christmas.  

Of course, I loved them so much, I had to have a set of them too.

Wm Rogers Pattern "Spring Charm" 1950

This is one silverware pattern from the silverware set purchased by my Mom in the early 1940s and passed down to me.  Mom chose two different patterns for her set of 12 - this one is the rose pattern - not sure of the correct name.  I've started to research on the internet and found a Facebook page for Nobility Silverware.  If anyone knows the name of this design let me know.  

Isn't it pretty?

Update:  Pattern shown appears to be "Spring Charm" 1950 by Wm Rogers.   My Mom's passed so I can't ask her when she purchased her set.  Maybe she purchased the two patterns together or possibly at different times.  Her silverware set of 12 with both patterns (six of each) is in a wooden case with a brochure entitled "Nobility Silverware Co., Inc. Newark, NY".   The Nobility pattern is Riverie (not shown here). 
Click here for another source.  

Another cute "Merry Christmas" ornament from The Christmas Haus.

My "Christmas Heritage" china by Pfaltzgraff was given to me through the years by my relatives.

I have a complete set for ten now.

It's so pretty offset by my crocheted red, white and green Jingle Bells throw!

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Dorothy said...

Just beautiful!! How nice to have your mom's silverware. Such a pretty pattern, but I don't know the name of it. Hope you can find out. The ornaments and your Jingle Bell throw are very pretty. It all goes so well together. I hope you have a very nice Thanksgiving holiday!

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

Just beautiful!!
Love those dishes!!
Wishing you a very Happy Thanksgiving!


Carrie said...

Your holiday china is lovely and having ten place settings is just great for entertaining family and friends.
Isn't it fun researching patterns? Your mom's flatware is a lovely design.

Cheryl said...

It all is very pretty!! Silverware from your Mom, you must think about her a lot because I know I have things I received from my sisters when I got married and just about every time I use those things I think of the sister that gave it to me.

Take care, Sandy.
Cheryl's Christmas Chattels, etc.

Amy said...

How beautiful!

I love using those things given to me by loved ones. I use my Grandma's china at Thanksgiving. I'm so afraid of breaking something but I love honoring her on special days...

Betty819 said...

Check the website called Replacements in Greensboro, might find the exact name on that site. If you don't see it on their list, they suggest you take pictures of the front and back and send to them to see if they can identify it for you.