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Carol Alayne

Actually they remind me of a recent trip I had to Japan. Did you know that many of the patterns on their porcelain are linked into the seasons? And the seasonal food matches too!

Elizabeth @ Lovely Things

Thanks for the comment Carol, that's really interesting. I love the idea of eating food that's in-season and using china that reflects it too. Plus, it's a fabulous excuse to have more than one range of crockery!

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It looks so decorative! it will really look good inside a shelf displaying at the dining room. I wont use it for eating.

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