Last week on Instagram I posted this picture of some delft blue plates and how I have them displayed on my wall.
I love my delft blue, and these plates are now more special having come from my Grandmother who has now passed.
On seeing the picture, a reader asked the question, “Where did I buy the plate holders from?” I thought this knowledge was worth sharing with you all.
I have it on great advice that the Paddington Antique Center has plenty to purchase.
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While you are there, be sure to have a browse, stop at a local cafe for a coffee and be sure to take a few extra treats home with you. The building the antique center is in, is worth a trip to see on it’s own. But when you add all the gorgeous shops to visit as well, this is a day out that will please many.
This company has so many different styles of plate stands, if you have a plate that isn’t round or wish to display a plate in a different way, this is your go to shop!
If you don’t mind a little wait, Ebay have plenty of stands available, though generally these will need to be shipped in from overseas.
At times, I have seen plate holders available from Pillow Talk and Spotlight stores as well, although when I went looking for them last week, I couldn’t find them in either shop. I also recall seeing some at Kmart not so long ago in their storage section.
While not a popular item, there are many places you can find plate holders to hang your gorgeous plates on your walls. 🙂
Do you have any plates on your wall? Are you a lover of delft blue too? Did your Grandmother pass on any special items to you?