Monday, October 22, 2012


Working in the style of 18th Century German Meissen porcelain and Chinese Export Porcelain, Georgia-based Pamela Tidwell creates ethereal botanical arrangements of tole and porcelain. Her Vieuxtemps Porcelain designs are so life-like they will leave you amazed with their delicate bug-bitten leaves and paper-thin blooms. Soaring From soaring Foxglove or tight small arrangements of Hydrangeas, there is an abundance of floral variety. The accurate representations are a joy to have, as they will never wilt and bring a touch of beauty to the everyday. You can find her one of a kind creations at BD Jefferies in Atlanta,  Boxwoods Gardens in Atlanta, the amazing Pam Beach boutique Leta Austin Foster (I always stop in when I am in Florida), Charles Faudree in Tulsa, Oklahoma, Taylor and Huie in Knoxville, Tennessee, Vail's Vintage Magnolia, Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam in London, and online at Taigan. When I met Tidwell recently, she displayed the arrangements on small white traditional brackets, a la Deeda Blair. So pretty pretty. So special.

 A custom piece created by Tidwell.  She can make a unique assortment with a vessel you provide if you have a special cachepot you want to work with.

Hollyhocks and Hydrangeas

A detail of White Potted Hydrangeas

In a woven porcelain basket aged to perfection

A single large Hyacinth

A cluster of  Blue and White Hyaciths

Peach Auricula


Lily of The Valley


Stemmed Hydrangea

More Geraniums

A large Pink Hollyhock

White English Roses

A pair of Foxgloves

A custom creation with Lily of The Valley and English Roses

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