Faux in the Know—part Deux

More Eva Gordon as promised. All of these lovelies are not mine—but they might be soon. I thought you might like to see some of her other pieces—especially the Plates. Her use of color is so striking and the vegetable combination plates just the best. New to her designs are the all White Plates. These lend themselves to any decor or color palate. My friend Jenny is thinking about placing them over her range—how beautiful would that be.

Tomato and Olive Plate—and a group of other Lovelies

Oranges, Lemons and Limes ready to serve—love the Avocado

Radish plate, Lettuce and Asparagus ready for a Party

Large Apple Plate would look Great hanging over a Door—Love the Ladybug!

Strawberries ready to Eat—Carrots that Jump off the Plate

The All White Plates—Blanc Tomatoes on a Sideboard

Magnificent Platter of White Vegetables—Would Love this over a Range

All of these lovelies are available for your enjoyment at one of my favorite stores, Boxwoods Garden and Gifts in Atlanta, Georgia. Hope you find one just right for your Home.

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3 Responses to Faux in the Know—part Deux

  1. Just delighted to discover your wonderful blog…took a quick run thru several posts…definitely coming back when I have more time, but for now I am smitten with these fruit pieces. I have had a thing for decorative fruit for many years and these pieces and your collection are stunning. So happy you stopped by for a visit.

    Jermaine

  2. holly kerr says:

    another great post. i especially love the white on white plates. xo

  3. Gail Hauenstein says:

    They are gorgeous! my favorite is the white tomato plate

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