Prints Charming: Blue Calico by Burleigh

Blue Calico

Though Burleigh’s Calico design was first made in the 1960s, it was inspired by earlier Victorian pieces which trace their roots to blue-and-white Chinese porcelain. The floral pattern, which mixes beautifully with other ceramic pottery in the same two hues, offers a bright note to any table setting.

Photography Stephanie Welbourne

To learn more about Burleigh’s Calico design, see “Prints Charming” on page 97 of the September 2016 issue of Victoria.

5 COMMENTS

  1. Replacements.com has a lot – some made by Burleigh, some by Crownford – it’s been my kitchen china for 44 years, and I still love it. I especially like the serving pieces – pitchers, serving bowls, platters, sugar bowls – very sweet, timeless china.

  2. Yep – it’s lovely and a friend, Lois Ghost, had a valuable antique collection of the child’s tea set sizee – splattered when her
    husband painted the wall and it all came crashing down. A word to the wise – don’t let your husband paint near any shelves !

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