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An Autumn Tablescape - Royal Doulton Pomeroy in Sage Green & Rust

I posted some of these photos several years ago.  The plates I used in this setting, I think, are absolutely beautiful.  I have to admit though, that with the exception of me moving homes twice after  that posting, they have not seen the light of day since.   They date to about 1930 and were made by Royal Doulton.  The unusual, loden green transfer is richly hand painted highlights of burnt oranges/rust, subtle golds and pink.   I've held onto them long enough, so now they are for sale in my online shop.

The pattern is Pomeroy, a very popular pattern, but it is most often seen in blue or red, or red with color added.  At the time I purchased these, I'd never seen this pattern in these colors, and to this day, I still have not.   At our home, we have a set of red with painted colors of blue, gold and green which we currently use as our everyday dishes.  I absolutely adore the colors of these plates, especially at this time of year.  




This tablescape was set up as a display when …