Farmhouse Hutch with Vintage Green Pottery

The Christmas décor has been put away and it’s time to decorate for winter.

I loved displaying my vintage punch bowl collection along with my vintage Santa boots on my farmhouse hutch for Christmas. After putting these things away, I wanted to use this hutch to display another collection, this time some of my vintage green pottery.

Farmhouse Hutch with Vintage Green Pottery -


I’ve been collecting flower pots like these for many years and have a collection mainly of three colors:  green, white, and yellow.  I have a few pieces of pink and orange but those aren’t colors that I see as often when I’m searching for these pieces at thrift or antique shops.

Vintage Green Pottery Displayed on a Farmhouse Hutch



These flower pots typically stay stored in the basement and I’m so glad to have my green collection out where I can enjoy it.  I also like the look of my green picnic basket on top of my farmhouse hutch flanked by two pieces of white pottery.

Vintage Green Pottery Displayed on a Farmhouse Hutch


I doubt that any one piece of my collection is valuable and I believe the most that I’ve ever paid for a piece is $8.

Vintage Green Pottery Displayed on a Farmhouse Hutch


These three pots are from the top row.  The one on the left has no mark, the one in the middle is marked “USA” and the one on the right is marked with “UPCO”.  The UPCO pot was in a box of trash at the end of a driveway on Lynchburg’s prettiest street, Peakland Place.  I love it when I find a treasure in someone’s trash when I’m running.  I usually keep this pot on the kitchen counter filled with napkins.

Vintage Green Pottery


Neither of these pots have a mark.  The one on the right side belonged to my cousin’s grandmother and was kept beside her stove and was used to hold her cooking utensils.  I loved my cousin’s grandmother like she was my own grandmother and am so glad to have something that was hers.

Vintage Green Pottery


Of these three pots, only the middle has a marking, another USA.

Vintage Green Pottery


The pot on the left is McCoy and the one on the right is marked, “Floraline USA”.

Vintage Green Pottery


One of Mama’s friends spotted this cat planter at a yard sale and knew I would love it.  The pot on the right was on the curb with a “free” sign when a neighbor cleaned out his shed.  Neither of these pieces are marked.

Vintage Green Pottery


Both of these pieces are USA.  The one on the right has a great shape and was found at a thrift shop at the beach.

Vintage Green Pottery


I have a few more pieces of green pottery that I added to the display shelves on the ends of our kitchen cabinets.  One of these days I’ll rotate my collection and enjoy either the yellow or white pieces on this farmhouse hutch.

Vintage Green Pottery Displayed on a Farmhouse Hutch


I like this look for winter and I really like the opportunity to enjoy one of my collections.

Vintage Green Pottery Displayed on a Farmhouse Hutch


On the kitchen table is an Ironstone covered dish and platter that belonged to my grandmother.  The dish is marked, “Stone China John Meir and Son Tunstak.” The platter is marked, “Ironstone China Meakin Bros & Co.”

Ironstone Covered Dish and Platter


The doily under the Ironstone is handmade and is 80 – 100 years old.  It was made by a friend of my great-great aunt who raised my grandmother.  

Ironstone Covered Dish and Platter

Thanks for enjoying my collection along with me!  If you collect pottery like this, I’d love to know your favorite color and shapes.


  1. You need to bring these out again for St Patrick’s Day. I bet some of your pieces are not marked because they were just “cheap” throw-aways florists used for arrangements. I always look for containers that were used to welcome new babies, like ABC blocks, lambs, teddy bears, cradles. They are really hard to find.

  2. Your pottery collection looks lovely in your white cabinet. Love that green picnic basket too.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia 😉

  3. I’m amazed by the amount of beautiful collections I keep seeing from you! You have so many treasures! I love the green collection so much. It really looks beautiful on the white hutch too!
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    • I’ve been in the basement trying to organize my treasures. 🙂 I love my old things and it was fun to pull a few of them out so that I can enjoy them.


  4. What a beautiful collection! The green looks gorgeous with your wall color and white hutch!
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    • Thank you! I am really enjoying my collection and it’s nice to have something on display besides dishes.


  5. Elizabeth H says:

    The green is beautiful in your hutch.

    • Thank you, Elizabeth! I am so much enjoying these pieces now that they are on display where I can see them.


  6. Mary Alice Messenger says:

    I love your hutch and “green” collection. I also love your valance and wish you would share something about it.

  7. Paula, you are THE BEST at actually using your lovely antiques! Green is my favorite color, so of course I love the way you have these displayed–and I love the way you’ve collected them over the years for very little money. Your hutch looks wonderful, and I know you enjoy using it to display things.

    Happy new year, sweet friend! Sure would love to see you some time in 2017!
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  8. What a pretty collection and wow you have a piece of McCoy pottery. The green looks so nice in the white hutch and makes me think Spring is on its way.
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  9. I love the look of your green collection on your beautiful white hutch.

  10. The green pottery looks perfect in your white hutch. So great that you could pull them out of the basement so you could enjoy them through the winter. I also love how you’ve collected them! 🙂 xo

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