Faux in the Know

Who would have guessed that I collect Faux Fruit and Veggies—anyone who knows me that’s who. These meticulously done little gems are the work of two different Artists. The lettuce and radish are by porcelain artist Pamela Tidwell of Vieuxtemps Porcelains. They were purchased at Scott’s Antique Market in Atlanta, Georgia. The remainder of the lovelies are ceramic and done by Canadian Artist Eva Gordon. This collection is displayed on an antique patissere table in my dining room–but they would be just as happy in a living room, kitchen or on a hall table. Where could you use these lovelies?

Grouping the Collection Gives them Importance

Lettuce and Radish by Pamela Tidwell of Vieuxtemps Porcelains

Both Artichokes by Canadian Artist Eva Gordon—Love these together

The Peas! They are soo CharmingI

Love the Peas! I have used these as thank you gifts for Great Friends who hosted a party in my honor. Who would not like these little gems. More on Eva Gordon later. Enjoy!

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5 Responses to Faux in the Know

  1. Jenny says:

    They’re beautiful!

  2. francie hargrove says:

    Love the veggies….they are gorgeous!!

  3. Pattye Monroe says:

    I would love some of these wonderful pieces.

  4. Pignut Hill says:

    I’ve got a wonderful asparagus plate by Eva Gordon—a gift from friends for my birthday. People try to pick up the porcelain asparagus along with the real spears! Love the collection!

  5. holly kerr says:

    love your post and love my peapod!!! xo

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