Here is the article that ran in the Sunday, December 30 edition of The Daily Sentinel, a Colorado newspaper. Like the Washington Post article, it took up 3/4 of page 2C.
To actually read the article (without going blind), click here.
To write to Sherida Warner (she’s the writer who interviewed me and wrote the article) email her at email@example.com.
While I’m here, I wanted to share another piece of one of my china collections that I found recently. I’m considering an applique quilt based on this 1950’s design.
It’s made by Taylor Smith Taylor for their Conversation line. It’s just about impossible to find, even in the higher priced china replacement houses, and rarely on eBay.
After yesterday’s blog, I got a lot of questions about the “wire” bowl on my dining room table. It is metal and almost looks like a contemporary leafy lace. Evan bought this for Jeff last Christmas (Jeff had his eye on it) at Crate and Barrel. I think we paid $149 but they are having an after Christmas sale and it’s now $119.
It’s called the Oleander Centerpiece Bowl. I love it and can easily become “seasonal” by adding giant gourds in the fall, giant ornaments at the holidays, big grapevine balls in the summer, etc. At least that’s what we do with it. If you’re interested in taking another look, click here.