About Kimbesa

I love dishes, and I continue to haunt thrift stores, estate sales, and other places where vintage china, dinnerware and glassware are to be found.

I talk about Dishes

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Blogging Fun and Dinnerware – Dishes Galore

I saw something today that caught my imagination A well-known professional blogger, Darren Rowse of ProBlogger, suggested writing a list post, a round up of selected previous posts.

I’ve never done a story on Diary of a Dishie quite like this. So here goes.

Diary of a Dishie – Memorable Posts

My second post, back in 2008, was about having afternoon tea in Ireland. A short piece with a few photos, about a memorable day with a memorable friend. Lovely dishes and food, too.

One of the most popular posts is about tuna casserole. This one has an extra twist: . . . → Read More: Blogging Fun and Dinnerware – Dishes Galore

Mix and Match Your Big Bowls – Dudson China

When I’m out hunting for dinnerware, I find wonderful things that I’ve never seen, such as this Dudson china soup, salad or pasta bowl.

Dudson is made in England, and available in the US, including products designed for the restaurant and hotel tableware industries. The name was new to me when I found these large bowls in Dudson’s Santa Fe pattern.

I’m rescuing beautiful china from oblivion, and letting it come to my home (or yours) so it can have more useful life. These have a hand-applied glaze, and using them on the table is also like painting with . . . → Read More: Mix and Match Your Big Bowls – Dudson China

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