Well, so many of the girls I know can’t think of having a china closet without having some Gail Pittman pieces.
Not to mention all the McCarty Pottery, and Peter’s Pottery…
(Back to Gail, this opens the floodgates! I know some girls that are still upset that she stopped making the china here in the South, others that are upset that she even thought of sending it to be made overseas, others that couldn’t believe she would do licensing with Paula Deen at Belk’s, and others that either love or hate the Gail pieces at Southern Living at Home (now Willow House)).
And if you’re upset Gail’s-china-is-overseas-instead-of-made-in-Mississippi (okay, I’m that way too) you’re likely to now cherish the pieces that were handpainted and sold in the years before all of that unpleasantness. This is my pre-allofthat chip and dip tray: