Thursday, 17 March 2016

Springhill visit


This is Springhill, a Plantation House built in 1660's by the Coyningham family from Scotland.

It is now owned by the National Trust and we visited it recently.

This is the drawing room



The dining room
 Mrs Charlotte Lenox-Coyningham who followed the fashion of the day avidly


 and purchased this rare basalt Wedgwood pottery in black


Tomorrow I'll share some more of the photos I took at the Costume museum at Springhill.

But for now, i leave you with best wishes for the day

12 comments:

  1. Top o the morning to ya (oh wait, it is nearly what 1 pm there, right?)--I have never seen black Wedgewood, how interesting.

    I can't wait to hear more. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you friend...Blessings

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  2. Great place to visit !!!!
    And nice pictures !!!
    Have a happy St-Patrick's day !
    Anna

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  3. The t shirt certainly made me smile. Love the black Wedgwood, I have never come across that before, amazing.

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  4. Happy St. Pat's!

    That mansion is a wonder. What strange and rare pottery! And in the painting, I guess turbans were the rage of the day.

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  5. Pretty t-shirt. Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  6. Happy St.Paddys Day Christine!!!! What a lovely mansion, so elegant.Blessings Francine.

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  7. Happy St. Patrick's Day! How nice it must be to celebrate it in Ireland. What a wonderful place to visit. I can't wait to see more of it. That painting is incredible as is the black china.

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  8. Oh, how I love these places ... maybe once I lived here ;) !

    Thank you my darling Christine for your always charming posts,
    enjoy the remainder of your week, sweetie, sending much love to you

    Dany

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  9. What an interesting place to visit! I look forward to seeing more when you share! xx

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  10. What a beautiful place.
    Good advice for St. Patrick's day....lol

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  11. Cool design of the house and buildings, pretty pictures of the inside, I always loved going to the homes on the National trust, such fun things to do on the weekend. Brings back such great memories!!

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