Maimie's Garden Tiger Lily Progressive Dinner Plate celebrates Mamie Capps, the grandmother that Marc Blackwell spent hours with in her beautiful full garden, in his old home state of North Carolina. Zinnia, and Daffodil, Iris, and Tiger Lily spring from dinner plates either stunningly placed in finished form in the center of a porcelain dinner plate or wrap around the center showing the progression of the drawing of the stunning flowers. The accessory pieces delight in the repetition of, or re-interpretation of the art, beautifully placed to ignite the senses and invite one into her garden. Those wonderful gardening days in North Carolina helped to mold Marc’s appreciation for nature, and the possibilities created by keeping ones “hands in the dirt”, which Marc believes is the key to one’s soul. The plates are fabulous on a wall or in a cabinet ready for entertaining, even if the guest is also the host and chef! Marc proudly shares the legacy of these plates, representing a “loving grandmother of many”, whose heart was shared through her flower garden. The fine porcelain dinnerware beautifully enhances the story, as the burnished gold and stunning colors intermingle, to share with you the details of “Mamie’s Garden.” There is a spark of comedy, levity, and love of life, just as in the eye of Mamie Capps.
Material: Fine Porcelain