Tara Bradford's Fiesta Collection
Tara Bradford posted on her blog and thought my Retro readers would absolutely adore them. Tara writes that she is mad about Fiestaware which she started collecting in 1996 when living in San Francisco. She has amassed quite a collection which now sits on vintage zinc boulangerie cart (baker's cart).
Photographing A Fiesta Vignette
Tara explains in her blog post that she was also a McCoy collector but lost her collection when moving from Paris. So now her joy is collecting and taking photographs of her vintage Fiestaware (her remaining American collectible) which she arranges in different settings with a variety of light sources.
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