You may have had a peek at these on a former post.
This is one little set of tea treats that will always stay with Me!
I found these in France and I honestly had no clue just how cute they were until I got them home.
They were sitting on a shelf in a (very) packed store and all of the pieces were DUCT-taped together! (gasp!)
I thought the entire set was black with yellow cups.
Just beyond the duct tape and dust were beautiful hues of orange and lavender!
The maker’s mark is “Ceranord” with a swan and doing a teeney bit of research on them has shown that they come from a long line of pottery and porcelain makers.
The Ceranord brand was established in 1908 and closed it’s doors in 1962, however, the Ceranord label originated from a long (very long) line of pottery-glass lovers who started their initial business in… 1705.
While writing this, I found this set of Saint Amand plates on Ebay France.
It’s actually a set of dessert plates – one design for each month of the year.
Oh. Help. Me.
I’m warning you now that if I ever find this set of plates on one of my treks across Europe, I can guarantee that you will hear my squeal of joy all the way over here!
So this is one of my little French treasures that I just had to share.
Hoping your weekend is full of fun vintage-inspired finds!
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