Classic Combo: The Timeless Beauty of Blue and White Satisfies Year Round

My preference of seasons in Kansas City is autumn, summer, spring, then lastly, winter. (Spring, while it brings hope, usually turns out to be a cold, soggy disappointment.) Whether you agree or not, it’s difficult to argue with the enduring appeal of blue-and-white ceramics. 

A classic for the ages, you can collect antique pottery, dishware, or porcelain, but there’s a wealth of great-looking pieces, like these available from Hiles Two in Waldo, that won’t break the bank. Blue and white can be dressed up for an occasion or hang out happily for morning coffee.

Cherry blossom scalloped tray, $48.
Chinoiserie Champagne/wine bucket, $170.
Blue-and-white candlesticks, $70.
Blue-and-white scalloped-edge footed bowl, $25.
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