Thrifting Friendly Village by Johnson Brothers

Friendly Village by Johnson Brothers was my mother in laws china pattern.  She has been gone for many years and her dishes went to her daughters home.  So I was happy to find two plates, in this china pattern both like new,  on plate hangers to warm up our new home for my husband.   Friendly Village is a comfortable pattern and will be friendly and homey for all the kids and other family members when they visit also.   I've always loved dishes by Johnson Brothers and have to resist collecting more than one pattern. 

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Susan said…
Wow everyone is showing off their Johnsonville patterns today! Your dishes are so pretty~
It is so nice that you have found dishes familiar to your husband. He must love that you have them added to your home decor. They are beautiful plates. I am now a follower of your blog and look forward to return visits. I invite you to join me as well at Happy New Years. Hugs, Gayle.
I love those dishes....Fontinel's restaurant belonging to Barbera Mantrell, has those plates hanging on their wall...I fell in love with them when I saw them and looking everywhere for them now....not found 1 in 1 year of!!! Maybe 2012 will be a good year to find them....Mel's Designs
A Few Pennies said…
This is such a pretty china pattern--a gorgeous setting for holidays. Have a Happy New Year!
Cap Creations said…
Love your pretty plates! Thank you for linking up at cap creations. You've been featured today.

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