A southern history collection of art portrayed by Louisiana artist, Clementine Hunter until she passed at age 101.  She painted from memory everyday from the 1930s of life at Melrose Plantation.   Scenes of cotton planting, harvesting, washdays, weddings, baptisms, funerals and zinnias to name a few have been transformed into handmade ceramic serving pieces and linen hand towels as well as pillows.  Each piece is 100% handmade and a work of art.  No two pieces are exactly alike. The dinnerware  includes 4 different designs.  Each hand towel is silk screened and then embroidered by hand on 100% linen and presented in a organdy reusable gift pouch.