I like Fitz & Floyd. This particular fine china pattern is St. Nicholas. It is very hard to capture the
beauty of this pattern in pictures but it is whimsical and beautiful. This one place setting is signed by Robert Floyd so I don't use it too often to protect the signature.
Today I share this china but the table is not set yet that will come later.
Even the boxes are pretty!
Every year it's like opening a gift when I take the china out of storage.
Santa, Rudolph, drum, candles, presents, bead garlands, clock, horn, the star...so festive!
Look at Rudolph!
Beautiful gifts, candles, dove, candy canes and drum
This is the saucer for the cup. It is like a shallow bowl very pretty.
Signed by Robert (Bob) Floyd of Fitz & Floyd
August 26, 1966 filed corporation
Fitz and Floyd Dinnerware was selected by Presidents and governments around the world. The city of Dallas commissioned them to make a tea set as an official gift for Queen Elizabeth for her visit in 1991.
When it comes to ceramic giftware and products Fitz and Floyd set the standard a long time ago. credit
Whether it's a tea service for Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Presidential dinnerware for The White House, a holiday centerpiece for your table, or a first set of dinnerware for your apartment or dorm room, each and every Fitz and Floyd product receives the same discerning attention to meticulous craftsmanship and exquisite detail.
Fitz and Floyd – often elegant, sometimes whimsical, always a prized and treasured gift. credit
The china is beautiful but looks better like this.
This is the very best!
I have another set of Fitz and Floyd Santa's List. The children love that pattern. I'll share that with you later.
You may be able to find some of these retired pieces HERE