Sunday shoot: plate passion

I have a serious thing for porcelain, china and hand painted plates whether they’re old or new. It started when me and my mother went to a flee market to find old cups, plates and saucers to make candy etageres to use at my Alice in Wonderland tea party. After that I kept on making these etageres occasionally, so whenever I see something that might be interesting to use I buy it right away. However, a lot of it ends up as decoration around the house.

The geisha cup was a gift from my parents when I turned 18. The rest was found on the flee market or in second hand stores.

The geisha cup was a gift from my parents when I turned 18. The rest was found on the flee market or in second hand stores.

Hand painted plates from Anthropologie, Dyptique scented candle from Skins Cosmetics Oosterbeek, feather pen from Loods 5,  skull candle holder from Kosta Boda at De Blommerie.

Hand painted plates from Anthropologie, Dyptique scented candle from Skins Cosmetics Oosterbeek, feather pen from Loods 5, skull candle holder from Kosta Boda at De Blommerie.

 

Plates and cups found at the flee market, Emperor's dream tea from Rituals, green tea from Simon Levelt in Arnhem, elephant and porcelain doll from the flee market and my love bought me the DELICIOUS macarons for Valentine.

Plates and cups found at the flee market, Emperor’s dream tea from Rituals, green tea from Simon Levelt in Arnhem, elephant and porcelain doll from the flee market, the Japanese version of Alice in Wonderland was a gift from my mother in law and my love bought me the DELICIOUS macarons for Valentine.

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