I just couldn't resist using my Noritake Azalea china for Easter. Yes, it is my favorite china to use for Spring or Easter so here it is.
When I recently shared a tablescape from my archives that featured this china, it rekindled my fondness for it and inspired me to use it again for Easter 2018.
I had hoped our azaleas in the gardens would be blooming but our weather just isn't cooperating.
The table is set for six and I am sure our two grandsons (ages 7 and 10) will be really careful eating on these since they know how special this china is to grandma.
I'm going to share a couple pieces of my Noritake Azalea china that I haven't shown before. This sweet condiment tray is one piece you haven't seen.
The tray wasn't part of the original dishes from my grandmother but I found it at an antique shop and just couldn't resist. The tray holds salt and pepper shakers and a mustard pot with a tiny spoon. I took the spoon out in the pic below so you can see it.
The other pieces I haven't shown before are a footed mayonnaise bowl and another set of salt and pepper shakers.
Hope you have a lovely Easter with your family and friends - Judy.
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