Wednesday, July 4, 2012

Collecting, Blue Rooster China Pattern

I'm looking for this china pattern once again....Help!

They are called William James Farmyard, blue rooser china.

These are not old, but look so rich,,and I am seriously collecting them for my sister. Just email me if you know of "any" piece for sale.

Thank  you!


tam said...

OOOH my gosh I am crazy in love with that transferware! Can it get any better then that? I love roosters too!~Smiles~Tam!

suzeeez said...

What a beautiful pattern,I've never seen it.
Very nice. :o) Sue

Shari said...

Oh my, I love blue and white transferware and chickens. Have never seen this pattern, it's lovely. Hope you have good luck in locating many pieces!

Paula @ the Little Young House said...


Anonymous said...

I too collect this dinnerware set. I have the diner plates, the smaller desert/bread plates, the tea/coffee cups w/ saucers, the tea pot and the bowels. I’m desperately looking to complete my set though. It’s a very lovely set indeed. Absolutely charming with a bit of old country whimsy.
Miss. Harrison

Anonymous said...

looking for william james farmyard gravy boat

Unknown said...

I have a set of these, minus a few pieces.. the blue pattern.. we have 4 bowls, 3 large plates, 4 teacups, 3 teacup plates, gravy boat and plate for that, and the teapot.. any interest in any or all of these?

The Rustic Victorian said...

I am glad you all enjoy the beauty of this pattern as much as we do. I would love to talk to "Unknown" but there is no email for you. I do not regularly post here to the comments. I can be reached by clicking "my profile", you will find an email there to click on. Thanks so much, I hope to talk to you!

Chenille Cottage said...

Hello Sweetheart!
Oh...How wonderful to discover your dear comment on my blog!
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I hope you are bearing up under the heat and humidity of Alabama summer.
I am so thankful to have you as my precious friend, Marcie!
Sending you cool sea breezes your way....
Carolynn xoxo

Lynnie @ Vintage Gal Style said...

I love your style and hope you start blogging again.

I am so glad you are part of my blog family by following my blog…Ramblings from a Vintage Gal.

I wanted to let you know that I have moved my blog over to my own URL and would love it if you would move over with me at, I am having a lovely French inspired giveaway for all my blog followers.

Hope to see you there, Lynnie

Anonymous said...

are you still looking for the William James Farmyard Blue Rooster pieces?