Green and white bone china dishes

Blue & White tableware has been in vogue for the best part of the past 200+ years, and it is really a go to choice for a festive or a formal dinner table. But did you know that Apple Green & White tableware is the more sophisticated one?

Apple green bone china became super popular around the 1830s. It usually goes with gilded and painted red and pink floral decoration. It has not been mass produced on the levels of blue and white, but still a pretty common china to find. Unlike the more common blue and white pottery, the apple green bone china was made for use by the upper classes. Imagine your next festive table in green and white.

 

Apple green vase

Written by Lavish Shoestring

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