Here's an oldie from last season. See? People on Tumblr may bitch and moan about old screen-caps--but I'm telling you, it pays off, as far as IDing old set-dressing items. So, suck it, gals.
I love the passion and conviction there--but part of growing up is learning what battles to fight as well as when and how to fight them. I remember my 20s. I know that. But I also know now, that you don't win hearts and mind through shouting, humiliation and a need to always be right. You win your battles via compromise, negotiation and willingness to keep talking, but more importantly--to keep listening.
Things and issues are very seldom black and white. There is a lunar landscape full of all the shades of grey for all the many discussions and disagreements that occur.
But back to the really important stuff: this sugar bowl and creamer set!
And PS: yup, those ugly Villroy & Boch 'wave' mugs strike again. Oh, Sharon: why?!
In the following episode (1x09: cheaters never prosper) you catch a glimpse of the set on the kitchen counter as Sharon is retrieving an ice-pack for Rusty (and also that first-aid kit previously identified in this post):
Now, those are a set of Sango 'Nova' ceramic sugar bowl and creamer. But what I'm not certain of is the color. On Raydor's table they looked positively olive green, above they look like mid-tone grey--but I think they're actually this 'eggplant color' that I found on Ebay:
'Cause what Sango calls eggplant is clearly difficult to photograph and retain accurate color profile. So I'm guessing what looks like a warm grey to me, is actually truly more purplish-eggplant in person. I am so tempted to order a set just to see the color in real life.
And the reason I'm going with 'eggplant' as Sharon Raydor's color choice for the Sango set, is simply because so much of her stuff is already in that color family. And as you can see from all the pictures--Sango's eggplant color is quite different looking under different lighting. It could very easily look green, grey or purplish--depending on how much light it reflected off it.