The Story Behind Our Pink Mason’s Vista Collection

  1. Phyllis says:

    Awwww I love this story!!! They’re just gorgeous!

  2. Vicki says:

    They are beautiful! May look for some! Why is English china so hard to resist? Makes my heart melt!

  3. Tanya says:

    Love this story. I’ve never seen these dishes. Thanks for introducing them to me. I can see why you love them ????

  4. Sharon says:

    Is the soup tureen on the table the same pattern? If it is not, what pattern is it? It’s beautiful.

  5. kim says:

    I love your pink collection. I was on the site you provided yesterday. I have a few things in mind. I totally enjoyed this post. Your candlesticks are beautiful. Everytime I ask you where you got things, you always tell me you made them. Please this time tell me where I can get them or something similar. Thank you so much Kim

  6. Templa Wyatt says:

    I love to see someone else loves this style of dish like me. I don’t have this particular set. But i am a lover of the same style only in blue and white. I have English, USA and pieces from Asia all mixed together. I even mix my hand painted Delft from Holland with the Hobby Lobby stuff. I don’t care. If i like it, I like it. Love y’all’s style.

  7. Katie says:

    I love pink Mason’s. I have a few pieces. I saw a set recently pop up on an estate sale listing. They were gone by the time I got there. The pink is so fun at the holidays.

  8. Kenheadleydowns says:

    Absolutely fabulous! I started a set years ago from a smaller and cheaper version iof Replacements Ltd. In North Carolina! Love my Mason’s we live in a 1899 Queen Anne house the Vista looks so good.

  9. Elaine says:

    Such a beautiful set of dishes & great story about them! Glad you can enjoy them again.

  10. Bonnie says:

    I too am a collector of Mason Vista in this same color. A couple of years ago after cleaning out my mother in law house I decided to start down sizing my own home. Since neither of our kids liked the dishes I decided to sell them. I packed them up and even got rid of my china cabinet. I MISSED MY MASON VISTA! I bought another cabinet and out came my dishes ❤❤❤❤

  11. Lori says:

    Your dishes are absolutely breathtaking. Everything you ladies touch turns into a thing of beauty. I have a question, Do you think we need to worry about lead in the antique pieces we buy if using for food?

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