Smelling the flowers.
Since Lois is such a high-class beagle and loves to eat, it was only
natural that she wanted her own china pattern.
I was concerned at first, but when she took me downtown and led me straight
into beautiful Stowe’s Jewelers, there it was.
She was right . . . it’s the most fabulous china pattern I’ve ever seen.
Some people teach their Beagles to hunt rabbits.
I taught mine to hunt fine china.
Spode’s Woodland Hunting Dogs pattern is so very, very beautiful. The original Woodland pattern featured wild game birds, which were followed by woodland animals like deer, bear and fox. The dogs were a natural addition, because all nice people love dogs.
Do you see a cat china pattern anywhere?
I think not.
Stowe’s has a beautiful display area and Lois was tickled that the Pointer was only featured on the salad plate, while the Beagle ranked higher with the larger dinner plate.
She’s so full of herself.
Stowe’s Jewelers, which has been located in Downtown Fairhope for over fifty years, is now operated by the daughters of the original owners, Joyce and Horace Stowe. Peggy and Beth have taken their parent’s business and continued the tradition of showcasing lovely merchandise and offering great personal service.
The latest trend in dinnerware is using the bride’s monogram. Oh, how Southern girls love a good monogram! Lois didn’t like this idea much because she can’t read, so what’s the point?
Baldwin County brides have been using Stowe’s for years for their gift registry needs.
Baldwin County grooms have been using Stowe’s for years for their “put a ring on it” needs.
Lois loved this Woodlands canister – and suggested it be filled with doggy treats.
And here is Spode’s interpretation of the Fairhope Dog Park.
The dogs are saying, “Where’s Lois?”
(Out shopping again.)
Stowe’s also has beautiful table accessories like these fabulous antler candleholders.
But what Lois did Lois really want me to see?
Can you believe Spode Woodland even offers a gorgeous dog bowl with all of Lois’ friends running around the edge?
I’ve never seen another china pattern with its own dog bowl.
But being the good dog that she is, Lois also suggested I get a little something for myself.
I’m telling you – a cat wouldn’t do that.
Good girl, Lois. Good girl.