Thursday, September 10, 2015

Decorating with Brown Transferware & $100 GIVEAWAY

Brown was introduced as a transferware color around 1829-30 and is the least expensive of colors to make. Therefore it is fairly common, so far as transferware goes, to find.  It is also one of the most collected colors and it is probably the most versatile of colors in my opinion.  Brown is neutral and looks good with any color scheme from pastels to rich jewel tones, but it is with the ushering in of Autumn that I see it popping up in home decor and vignettes the most.  Though, most of these rooms and vignettes are decorated with brown pieces year round, it just seems the perfect time to share them.  I may have to do another post because there are so, so many more equally beautiful spaces that have incorporated the use of displaying brown transferware and I can't fit them all here.

So, check these lovelies out and then stick around for the giveaway at the bottom of the post.

This vignette just stole my heart the first time I saw it.  So many of us have vintage luggage in our homes as decor but not many display it grouped with early transferware pieces like this.  One of my faves for sure!
(source- Atlanta Homes Mag)

This is the upper portion of a huge bookcase I was using in the dining room at our last house.  Now it lives in my breakfast room with a different collection of brown pieces, but I'll save it for another post.   This pic was from a previous post I shared after I'd gotten a wild whim to take everything off and paint the back a mossy green color.  It really made the transferware pop and I like it.  

Okay, this room.  This room-  I want to move in to this room.  It's a perfect mix of numerous patterns and textures, and furnishings, and built ins, and window treatments. 
And transferware.  
Yes, perfection indeed.



These are actually mulberry, but couldn't resist showing this collection against the striking shade of green on the walls and the touch of red in the shade.  So lovely!

(source- The Cottage Journal)

An antique needlepoint in an ornate harvest themed carved frame adds just a bit of color to this arrangement.  Love the symmetry and every detail here!


Keeping it simple.  With exception of the platter over the stove these pieces are mostly pattern free, with just the borders having decoration.  
(source Erica George Dines for Atlanta Homes Mag)

Here's another white kitchen but with pieces having a little more pattern.  I really like this one!



A wall arrangement in my previous guest bath.  One of my most pinned images. 

This lovely bedroom has just one single transferware platter on the night stand.  Beautonomous!


Did I already mention I'm ready to move in to this room?  This is the other side of the photo above with the trundle bed against the wall.  And the antelope rug is to die for…on my bucket list of decor for the home!  Gosh, I love this room so much!

  Below is one of my favorite wallscapes in my house.   Just behind it is our fridge (you can see it sticking out) and the kitchen to the right, the bar/butler pantry to the left which leads to the dining room.  Here I have four of my favorite, and sort of prized brown transferware pieces which I plan to post more on later.  I want to find a cow bell for the bull head but since taking this pic, I did take an old leather belt of the girls and put it around the cows neck.  I'm pretty sure I am the only person who has noticed it, and who ever will, but when you are an ocd - detail oriented person like me it's just something you have to do.   But seriously, wouldn't an old cow bell be cute hanging from this bull head? 


I adore this buffet amassed with a collection of Aesthetic Movement pieces.  The framed botanicals above it create such a cohesiveness as many Aesthetic pieces reflect a love of nature.
(source Tone on Tone)
 Yaaaay, I'm not the only one who hangs plates in the bathroom!  Don't you love the shelf with the open bowls just below? I spy a brown transferware canister by the sink.  I sell these and always say how perfect they are for holding things like cotton balls, q-tips, etc.  
(source)
A large brown transferware platter is the crowning point over the window in this guest bedroom.  Aren't the pieces flanking the window wonderful?  What a serene place to stay.


 I about fell out of my chair the first time I saw Lisa Luby Ryan's breakfast room.  What an awesome collection of Aesthetic Movement pieces, and what an awesome display!


Charles Faudree.  I am enamored with this look.  So rustic, so refined.  So stunning!
(source Traditional Home) 
The subtle touches of red in this dining room by Betsy Speert are the perfect amounts of color.  This room is inviting and cozy.  I want to have at least one meal here, if not 37.  I'd like to set a table at this table too.
(source Traditional Home)
A fellow blogger, Alison at the Polohouse, never fails to delight me with her sense of style and amazing  home.  Here's a shot of her built in with ironstone and brown transferware displayed together in perfect harmony…love the greens and browns together.
(source The Polohouse)

Pure delight!  I spy some transferware across the mantle.

Transferware and buffalo checks.  You just can't go wrong!
(source The Cottage Journal)

Now, isn't this a unique idea?  I love the look of the framed plates.

You may have seen this around here before.  

Be still my beating heart!
(source Southern Accents)

A perfect wallscape!
(source Horton Designs)

In this vignette, I made a large topiary and placed it in an antique slop pail.  One of the caged stands has a smaller topiary I made which is in a brown teacup.




And finally, what loveliness brown transferware with a fresh floral arrangement in traditional Fall color brings to the Autumn season!




Now, for the giveaway!  After seeing all this wonderful brown transferware, don't you think you might need some?  Or some red, or green, or teal, or blue, or purple, or yellow, or black transferware?

Well, now's your chance to get some.  I'm giving away a $100 gift certificate to my online shop! 

 The giveaway is open to readers of my blog, and/or those who follow me on any of these platforms.   I post different things on each so feel free to follow on all!


Follow English Transferware / NND on Facebook 
Follow Nancy Roberts / Nancy's Daily Dish on Pinterest
Follow Nancy's Daily Dish on Instagram
Follow Nancy Roberts/Nancy's Daily Dish on Google+
Follow Nancy's Daily Dish on Tumblr 
Follow Transferware on Twitter


 Multiple entries!  You can leave a comment here or FB, or both, to let me know you're following and where.  Leave a comment for each place you follow along to earn extra entries.   Then, visit my online store by clicking the banner below,

and come back to leave another comment letting me know what you'd choose if you're the winner!  That will count as an additional entry!
 Share the giveaway on your blog or social media, and leave a link in another comment for yet another entry. 

Comments will be totaled and one winner will be chosen at random using random.org on September 18th.  The winner will be announced here on my blog between the 18th and 19th and will need to contact me with their contact information in order to claim their prize.   I will give a certificate valued at $100 to one lucky person!

Good luck everyone!  


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157 comments:

  1. Right this very moment, I'm going to start going thru my Transferware and pick out all of the brown pieces. You really inspired me. Thanks.

    Judy

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  2. Nancy, I literally have to wipe drool (well, not really) off my computer every time you update your blog. I have a very lovely multicolor brown transferware platter that I think I bought from you on eBay several years ago. It has pride of place on a bookcase in my living room with a bowl and two other transferware plates I bought at Bonbonnierre. I follow you here on your blog and on Facebook.

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  3. Hi Nancy! This post is overflowing with yummy eye candy! Oh my! I will gladly share that lovely brown toile room with you -- so like a Charles Faudree room! But of all the scenes, my favorite is still your wonderful and artfully arranged collection of brown transferware in your dining room! Just the best! (I think I need a larger hutch so that I can add to my red collection!) Thanks for sharing!

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  4. Nancy, I love reading your blog posts, shopping in your online store and now signed up for Pinterest & Twitter. You always brighten my day!!
    Sharon Leiss

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  5. Nancy, I receive your blog in my email, and also follow you on Facebook, Pinterest, Twitter, Google+, and Instagram. Interesting content and beautiful pictures always!

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  6. I love all of these photographs and the dishes. I am just a "dish" lover and now so is my daughter. ha! In the genes. I liked you on Facebook, and I am a new follower on Pinterest, which will feed my china board.
    Thanks for the opportunity.
    Sheila

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  7. I see a Spode Byron that is calling my name -- the chop plate with the children and their pet donkey! So cute!

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  8. Hi Nancy,
    I love reading your blog and I will also start following you on Instagram and Pinterest.
    Thanks for the great give away.
    Dawn R.

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  9. I am so jealous of all these beautiful collections of Brown Transfer. Some of the rooms are just over the top gorgeous. Your collection is beautiful and so displayed so nicely.

    hugs
    Sissie

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  10. Your blog has been a bookmarked favorite for a very long time. I have followed you on Pinterest since it began. Now, will follow on FB and Tumbler - never enough transferware!

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  11. The Vintage Hand Painted Red Transferware Spode Jewel Exquisite Lace Border Grazing Cattle and Cottage plate is what I would choose. Love the lacy border!

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  12. Hi Nancy! Loved this post. I too have always been in love with transferware. I had a pin from you that stayed in the top of my pins for the better part of a year! Love to use transferware for everything. I follow on Facebook. Thanks for sharing at HSH!

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  13. I think a brown or maybe a red transferware teacup and teapot need to come to my house!! Love them!

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  14. What a wonderful giveaway Nancy! I was just in your shop earlier browsing. So many levels to choose from. I have my eye on the pastoral sugar/creamer set.

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  15. I already follow you on Instagram!:)

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  16. Just made sure to follow you on Pinterest!:)

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  17. Though I dearly love red, I think brown transferware is my favorite. I do have one piece I found at an estate sale a few years ago.
    Brenda

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  18. Nancy, your brown transferware images make me smile. Just today, I stopped by an estate sale and scored two pieces of brown transfer ware. Love using it for fall vignettes. And of course I'm a follower of Nancy's Daily Dish. Longtime follower! '-)
    Thanks for the generous give away!

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  19. Nancy, I'm a follower on Facebook!

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  20. Follow along on Pinterest too. So enjoy your fabulous pin boards. Thanks!

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  21. I'm fairly new to Instagram, but you are one of the first I followed. Of course! '-)

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  22. I loved this post, as brown transfer ware looks great with everything!

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  23. I just "liked" you on Facebook.

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  24. Just followed you on Pinterest...

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  25. And, on Instagram! Thanks for a lovely giveaway!

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  26. Following on FB and Pinterest. I think I stumbled onto your site when browsing through Savvy Southern Style and noticed all Kim's transferware paired with antlers - a combo I love. I purchased some blue and also yellow transferware from you (still can't choose a favotrite color) and have them in my living and dining rooms. So classic and elegant!

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  27. OMG, I am so happy to have found this blog/page!! From My Front Porch to Your's FB page shared your link. I was given my mother's Clarice Cliff/Alfred Meakin Tonquin in pink/red set before she passed away. I have been fortunate to find a few pieces at a local thrift store. I also have a few pieces of the newer Churchill Vintage Game set, that has a similar rose border. I have now started following (stalking?) your posts on FB, Pinterest and Instagram. So happy to find another source for additional pieces :)

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  28. Following on FB and Pinterest. I stumbled onto your site after looking through pics of antlers paired with transferware on Pinterest. Love that combo!! I've purchased blue and also yellow transferware from you to pair with antlers, a cow's head (faux) and to add to existing wall displays. I could really use a large platter to anchor my next vignette, so I'm keeping my fingers crossed!!

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  29. Just started collecting brown transfer ware! So happy to find your blog and FB page!

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  30. Very inspiring. You made me wish I brought all my transferware here but most of them are still in Natchez. I have been following your blog for so long. I follow you on Facebook too.....Christine

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  31. If I won, I would have to add to my Clarice Cliff collection!

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  32. Wow! I have never seen such gorgeous displays! Except for some of yours, of course! Love, love the breakfast room with the brown transferware floor to ceiling, and the buffalo plaid with the brown transfer ware from Southern Accents, stunning and yet comfortable. I follow you on every social media except twitter and I'll do that now, forgot my twitter account, so I will have to re do it. Thanks for this Giveaway!

    Cathy :-)

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  33. Such eye candy! Love, love brown transferware! Definitely need more, more, more! I fillow on all social media except twitter and I'll do that when I leave here, I forgot my twitter info, need to redo it. Thanks for this GIVEAWAY!

    Cathy :-)

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  34. I would probably choose the mix and match set on page #2 in your shop. The more pieces the merrier, right?
    Thanks for this GIVEAWAY! Yay!

    Cathy :-) Cathyology@aol.com

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  35. Hi Nancy, Thanks for the giveaway! I love brown transferware and own some but would love some more!

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  36. I started reading your blog a few months ago when I began adding red transferware to my dining room. If I won, I would love to get one of your beautiful red transferware platters. I have yet to add one to my small collection. Thanks for the opportunity :)

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  37. I also follow on Bloglovin!

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  38. OMgosh I loved seeing all those rooms filled with transferware in brown and white
    Yes I think a cow bell will be cute hanging on your bull head LOL
    There is so many things in your shop I would love however will look once again to pick something I would pick out if I win your give a way in amount of $100

    sincerely Janice

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  39. I love brown transferware! It goes with everything so it is extremely versatile! Can't ever have enough!

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  40. Love these selections--especially the slop pail!!
    I follow on Facebook & Instagram

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  41. I love all of these photographs and the dishes. Very inspiring!

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  42. What a gorgeous collection of transfer ware and the brown is just perfect for Fall!
    I have only a couple of pieces which I treasure, of course.

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  43. I have several boxes of brown transferware that I am not using in my current house. I have black, red and blue. My favorite is BLACK but this brown is amazing! I do use it in the autumn and especially my collection of transferware turkey plates. I would totally buy that small Aesthetic teacup and saucer with bees and botanicals! I LOVE your blog. Sincerely, A Dude Who Loves Transferware

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  44. OK I went and looked through all 38 pages of your shop !

    love the big blue white calico water picture and bowl which I have the complete set of transferware to match ! the staffordshire from England

    then I love the calico tea caddy with the face on it for a handle
    then I love everything else in your shop

    Love Janice with fingers crossed

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  45. Wish we had Phil Atkins email or blog to see his transferware


    Janice

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  46. I read your blog and follow you on Face book. Thanks for the beautiful inspiration. Carol

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  47. I would choose one of the beautiful cheese keepers, soup and toothbrush holders or the black and white Wedgewood with the bees and daisies.

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  48. All I can say is WOW - all so beautiful. Thanks for the opportunity to enter the giveaway. (shirparks@gmail.com)

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  49. I get your blog in email and follow on Pinterest. I like the purple transfer platter with the castle on the hill.

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  50. Would love the brown tulip roses and daisies teapot.
    Dee S.

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  51. I love your collections, Nancy...especially the brown this time of year...following on fb, pinterest, and instagram. Thanks for the opportunity to win such a nice giveaway.

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  52. I follow on Pinterest.

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  53. I follow on Instagram. chedeb5353@hormail.com

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  54. I follow on google+ chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  55. I want the Blue and White Staffordshire embossed platter. chedeb5353@hotmail.com

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  56. I love to collect all transferware but my favorite is brown! So pretty in my log home. I follow you by email and pinterest!

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  57. The transferware is beautiful You cant go wrong with any color but the blue and brown make my heart sing Thanks for the giveaway and please enter me
    linda m

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  58. Wow! Feel just like I've been to brown and white transferware wonderland! I follow by e-mail.
    kellam.susan@yahoo.com

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  59. I also follow on bloglovin'.
    kellam.susan@yahoo.com

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  60. If I were to win the gift certificate, it would go towards a red and white transferware teapot such as the Mason Vista. Thanks for the giveaway!
    kellam.susan@yahoo.com

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  61. I started following you on pinterest
    linda m

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  62. Any color would be perfect but the blue and brown are my favorites Thanks for the giveaway
    linda m

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  63. I love looking at your blog with the exquisite design and feel the transferware gives to rooms. It is certainly a specialty.......Rachel

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  64. I would love this platter, the colors are beautiful.
    http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/all/products/square-brown-transferware-platter-tray-mountian-scene-polychrome-jenny-lind-charles-meigh-biarritz
    Rachel

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  65. I would love this platter, the colors are beautiful.
    http://nancysdailydish.net/collections/all/products/square-brown-transferware-platter-tray-mountian-scene-polychrome-jenny-lind-charles-meigh-biarritz
    Rachel

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  66. I have lots of blue/white transferware and also the red transferware; however I could use a red teapot. I would probable purchase several of the tartan/plaid cashmere scarfs........love, love scarfs and love, love cashmere and love, love tartan/plaids.
    Birthday next month.........nice to be the winner. I follow your blog and truly enjoyed your brown/white one this time. I used one picture as my home page.....yes, the first of two of your favorite rooms before I knew how you loved this room.
    With a prayerful heart,
    Sylvia Faye

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  67. Now following on pinterest.
    kellam.susan@yahoo.com

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  68. I Follow English Transferware / NND on Facebook

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  69. I Follow Nancy Roberts / Nancy's Daily Dish on Pinterest

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  70. I Follow Nancy Roberts/Nancy's Daily Dish on Google+

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  71. I Follow Nancy's Daily Dish on Tumblr

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  72. I Follow Nancy's Daily Dish on Instagram

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  73. I like AESTHETIC RED PINK TRANSFERWARE FLUTED PLATE SPODE CIRCA 1880 PRIMROSE KALEIDOSCOPE RARE

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  74. https://www.pinterest.com/pin/232639136978511357/

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  75. Wow! So many lovely goodies. Thank you for a delightful visit. I'll be sharing this on my Vintage Home Facebook site - thanks :)

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  76. Awww, I especially loved your cute cow creamers! My grandkids would enjoy them as would my senior mom. Thanks for a fun contest. :)

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  77. Please consider me for your contest! I follow you on Pinterest and liked your FB site too. I can't get enough of your blog and all the gorgous transferware (though I am partial to browns and greens and plain old white ironstone).
    Dawn Pinnataro
    dawn.pinnataro@aronov.com
    dawn.pinnataro@aronov.com

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  78. Nancy, thank you for the reminder today for your giveaway! I follow your blog via email and G+.
    Rita C at Panoply

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  79. Nancy, your giveaway opportunity is most appreciated, and I follow you on Pinterest with all that gorgeous transferware inspiration!
    Rita

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  80. Nancy, I have also been following your FB page. Thank you for the multiple chances!
    Rita

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  81. Nancy, last but certainly not least, I have opened my home for my Fall Tour, and have included a link back to your giveaway, but it really only started out as a shout to your shop, where I bought my Candy Treats dish I'm using in my autumn decor. Once you posted this opportunity, I linked back directly to this giveaway - many thanks!
    Rita C at Panoply
    http://wvpanoply.blogspot.com/2015/09/fall-home-tour-2015.html

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  82. Oops! I forgot to mention what I'd buy with my certificate should I win! No doubt, it will be something in brown transferware! I love most all of it, but my most recent fetish has been with the advertising pieces. :)
    Rita

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  83. ANOTHER NANCY HERE WHO LOVES THE BROWNS MY HEART JUMPED WHEN I SAW YOUR CABINET FROM OTHER HOUSE BEING USED SO BEAUTIFULY! NANCY FROM MYCHINSESAUNTIE ETSY

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  84. Always like to see your topiaries, Nancy. Love that teacup topiary in the cage. Your attention to detail just sets everything over the top!

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  85. I love brown transfer ware. I had no idea it was the most collected and cheapest to make. I have just a few pieces.

    Cindi

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  86. Nancy everything is gorgeous. The thought of winning 100 dollars to spend at your shop is exciting. I'd buy a piece or pieces of red transferware and an advertising piece. My collection is starting of red

    Cindy

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  87. I follow you on Facebook/Debbie Welchert dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  88. I follow you on Pinterest/Debbie Welchert dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  89. I follow you on Instagram/captainsmama dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  90. I follow you on Google+ Debbie Welchert dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  91. I follow you on Tumblr dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  92. I follow you on Twitter/@flipper211 dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  93. Hi Nancy! Oh, what a beautiful post filled with beautiful transferware. I have one piece of brown and white that I picked up in Portugal, but it's small. I do have quite a bit of the red and white pieces and have some hanging on my wall in the dining room. I would love to win your giveaway and how generous of you too! If I won I would love some red and white. I follow you on Facebook and Pinterest. :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia :)

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  94. You have so many nice things to choose from. I would choose the Romantic Staffordshire Pink/Red 2 color Transferware Sugar Bowl Royal Doulton Chatham for $79.99 dwelchert at yahoo dot com

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  95. Nancy, I love the brown transferware paired with autumn arrangements. I confess I never was attracted to the color until you've shown how it can be used!

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  96. I follow on Pinterest and Facebook; also enjoy your blog.

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  97. I love this piece: http://nancysdailydish.net/products/rare-blue-english-ironstone-calico-chintz-transferware-rolling-pin-wood-handles-kitchen-decor?utm_campaign=Pinterest%20Buy%20Button&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Pinterest&utm_content=pinterest-buy-button-0fee2618c-4231-40a7-bb72-49b2781cb95d

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  98. If I'm the winner, I may choose one of the beautiful red platters. I don't have any red transferware and have always wanted some. I have several pieces of teal though, so I might add to that collection.
    There are so many wonderful colors and patterns to choose from!

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  99. I could sit and just look at your blog and shop all day! I believe that red transferware would be on my purchase list!

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  100. I follow you on pinterest. Unfortunately I don't use the other social media..

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  101. I love everything you do! It's elegant and homey at the same time! I follow you on bloglovin, email and Pinterest. I wouldn't want to miss anything!!! 😀

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  102. I also follow you on Facebook! :)

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  103. I would love to get several pieces from your shop. I would probably start with one of your wall displays. I love the brown with colors in them as well. They make me happy! 😊

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  104. I love, love, love transferware! I have some blue and some brown and a few pieces of black. Thanks for the inspiration. I follow you via Feedly.

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  105. I have purchased items from you. I love blue and white. I love birds, sunflowers, daisies and bunnies.

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  106. Hi Nancy, I follow your blog when I get the chance. It's to tempting to look at it all the time!!! I did recently order from you and appreciated the wonderful customer service you gave. I was impressed! My favorite transferware has always been the red and blue, but the brown has recently made its way into my heart as well.

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  107. I follow you through Bloglovin, you didn't specify that one, but I do. :)

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  108. This time of year I am really attracted to the turkey-themed transferware! I also love any with castles, and I think the little moo-cow creamers are adorable. :)

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  109. After shopping your website I found the choice of what I would buy amazingly difficult! I finally narrowed it down to the majolica serving tray, red lidded tureen or the blue vintage English candy jar. OR the needlepoint pillows. Always one of my weak spots.

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  110. Nancy I enjoyed seeing all these examples you showed but I love yours and Alison's style the most.

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  111. I would buy brown turkey transferware!

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  112. love brown transferware, going to enjoy mine this thankgiving

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  113. I love your blog! Since it's almost Thanksgiving, I would probably select something with a big, beautiful turkey!!!

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  114. Nancy, I continually find inspiration in the items you post on Pintrest, Instagram and on FB!! Thank you for taking the time to write about such beautiful pieces of art and I do mean art! The transferware you have in your collection are timeless and are to be displayed as art ! Blessings Always ! Debbie M.

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  115. I would love to win, such a nice gift

    Thanks

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  116. Wow, this is a wonderful opportunity for me!!!!
    Thank you sooooooo much!!
    Blessings,
    J

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  117. If I won, my first order would be for the Brown English trsfware Cream and Sugar!! You know that I am always on the search for the smalls.
    Thanks again,
    J

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  118. What lovely rooms, decor, and accessories. Sigh!!

    If I win, I'd be forever choosing this, then that, then the other piece. I'd love a platter, but really like the canister ...! Thank you for the possibility of winning!

    Hugs!

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  119. I followed on pinterest, Facebook and google

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  120. I would choose the blue transfer ware. As of right now i have none, but would love to start

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