I pulled a few of my grandest ladies out of the china cabinet for an Easter parade. I collect lady head vases, lady figural planters, lady figurines, lady portrait plates and lady portraits. I have been collecting them for quite some time.
I used to daydream about being a great lady in a long skirt pursued by gentlemen callers. Like in a romance novel.
Here is my Easter Parade!
This grand lady in my parade is a hand painted portrait plate "Gainsborough by John Peters, Amsterdam Holland". (She had to have a big hat for that big hair.)
This pretty lady head vase in my parade is from Enesco Japan. My very first head vase. She was my great grandmother's.
The cute little miss is a figural planter made in Japan. She is showing a lacy petticoat today.
Joining my lady planters in the Easter Parade are three figurines. The one on the right is unmarked but I think she is a Florence Ceramics figurine like "Sue Ellen" on the left. These gals look to be straight out of "Gone With The Wind". The white and gold figurine is marked with a wreath and "Japan".
My Easter Parade is on my coffee table.
Who is the "Grandest Lady" in the Easter Parade?
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