The blue cornflower earned its bachelor button moniker in the Victorian era as single men would often wear one in the buttonhole of their suit when courting women. The flower, a symbol of love and availability, is also a popular wedding boutonniere. The Taylor Smith & Taylor dishes of the midcentury showcasing this blue beauty are a lovely choice for your farmhouse table in the spring and summer months. Frog Hollow vintage decor is offering a sugar bowl w/o lid and a sauce bowl for use or display. Details are-
- sugar bowl- 5" x 3 1/2" x 4", Taylor, Smith & Taylor, Ever Yours Bouttonniere, no chips or cracks, no lid
- sauce bowl- 6 1/2" x 4 1/2" x 4", Taylor, Smith & Taylor. Ever Yours Boutonniere, no chips, a slight crack on front left of flower- see photo
The majority of the items listed for sale are antiques or thrift store finds and have the built in character of crazing, minor chips, browning and other signs of use through the years. This authentic look of age and wear all lends itself to the romance of french country or the comfort of farmhouse bringing character and charm to your home.