A new home for the family built in 1962 overlooking Petaluma in Sonoma County with all the features of, and little option to ignore, the modern architecture of the period. As we take the first step to understand what was Mid-Century living and how to peacefully live in concert with our little home we will share what we learn while embracing a re-use/re-purpose/re-cycle circular economy.
Thursday, March 24, 2016
Russel Wright Sterling Chinaware
Thriftscore this afternoon bringing home 5 plates from the dinnerware line produced by Sterling China Company in 1949 and continued through the 1950’s. Designed by Russel Wright and available in five sizes; this line was mostly used by restaurants and hotels and is quite hard to find - these are the first I've seen, kicking off spring with some fanciful floral for our casual counter meals. .
Labels: mid Century, mid-century, mid-century modern, mid-century modern furniture, midcentury, midcenturydesign, midcenturystyle, modern, Russel Wright, thriftfinds, thrifting, thriftscore, thriftshop
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