To know me, is to know my love for Juliska Tabletop and Glassware. Honestly, to walk by it everyday, it just makes me want to throw a party! Last year I wrote a little post (a long one…) showing you some of my all time favorite Juliska things. And this year I’ve got a few more to show you.
We use the Juliska “Berry & Thread” pattern as our every day dishes (every afternoon and every night, every breakfast, lunch and dinner dishes too, just sayin’) Love it! It’s freezer, to fridge, to oven, to microwave, to table friendly AND it looks good when it gets there. There really isn’t a whole lot more you can ask for.
Well, maybe one thing.
More of it.
So this year I wanted to show you a few more wonderful favorites, simply because…
I love em.
They make me smile.
And they are as functional as they are beautiful.
These glasses look like silver goblets, right?!?
Fooled me too. The Footed Landon Goblet is glass, made to look like antique silver with the use of painted platinum. Crazy cool is all I can say.
Addie thought they were pretty as well. We even got a few fun “Cheers!” in (but I would be a little cautious ~ these are one of the very few handwash fragile items. But they are beautiful on the table! And so much nicer to drink wine from than a silver goblet…)
Then there are these.
They are part of the Graham Glassware Collection. One day when I grow up, I’ll have many, many of them. Until then, I will completely enjoy the 6 Highball Graham Glasses I do have. They are a wondeful heavy glass. A casual enough feel to use everyday, but elegant enough to use at a fine dinner party (not much of those in my house…but one day). Beautiful enough for a lady, heavy enough for a football game watching guy. Quite honestly, I’m not sure I’ve ever loved a glass as much as these.
Addie can’t keep her hands off either (I think she takes after me in the tabletop addiction…)
Yep, she approves.
They are even pretty for the person drinking, love the swirls!
And don’t get me started on the Classic Bamboo collection. These were a love affair at first site. So many options. So many possibilities. Pure love is all I can say. I’ve just started this collection so I have a few salad and dinner plates…next up is the Classic Bamboo Coffee Mug I’m sure. Though I have not seen it in person yet, I’m betting it may rival the Berry & Thread Coffee Mug as the most perfect coffee mug EVER. But it cold be close tie.
Then there is this collection. The pewter that’s not pewter. The dishes that look like old world tabletop, but are in fact ceramic and are also oven & microwave & freezer & refrigerator safe. Now while I did talk about these last time, I now own a few pieces. And yes, it’s as fabulous as you think.
This bowl could quite possibly be my favorite bowl. Wonderful rich color, so beautiful filled with fresh fruit.
Or this darling little pitcher. (About the size of a little foot in case you were wondering….). Sometimes it sits on my desk with fresh flowers and I *sigh* with delight at the simplicity. It kind of makes me think of melting away into a wonderful book by the fire, pouring a little cream in my coffee….if only I had the time…and the book…and the coffee…and the fire. Details.
And lastly, the Pewter Baker. Just the oven to table awesomeness of this piece is all I need to mention. Yes it has a beautiful rich color, yes it looks amazing with your dishes, yes you can freeze it. But really people?? The fact that it can go freezer to oven to table??
As if it isn’t fabulous enough that these collections just exist, guess what?
Juliska is GIVING AWAY one ceramic baker. Do you have a collection started yet? Do you want to start one? Any particular baking dish look intriguing to you?? Just comment below and let us know.
Want an extra entry? Check out the Juliska Facebook Page and tell them what your Favorite piece is, and come back and tell me you did.
I love a great giveaway! Best of luck!
Giveaway closes Sunday night, December 12th at 9:00pm PST
(Disclosure: I’ve been collecting Juliska since Hubs and I were married. Would love it regardless of this blog, quite simply, it is one of my MOST favorite things!)