Each dish features a different bird.
I love when the dishes don't quite match. And the beauty of each piece is allowed to stand on its own.
Here's the view from Dr. Gollum's chair. The men in my family are quite territorial about "their" chairs.
This little pheasant is much more colorful in person. I think it's going to look beautiful with the gray-blue pottery.
Because I have a major bird theme going on in the house. I found birdcages and bird dishes and little nests--and it will be fun to use these items in different ways.
A closer look at the Lenox.
Dr. Gollum received the orange flowers--and the Eastern Phoebes.
Another quail plate.
Up close, the two dishes almost seem like jewelry.
Or delicate ballgowns from another place and time. Here's a closer look at the Limoges.
Here, you can see the edge of the lovely shamrock plate, with its faded gold H.
Well, I'm off to visit Susan and all of my tablescaping buddies at Between Naps on the Porch. See yall there.