my favorite day of the week!
Today's tablescape is all about Red Stripe Fiesta, which has appeared in a couple of
earlier posts here on The Little Round Table. More information on the origin of these
pieces can be found on the following two links:
A mix of vintage Red Stripe Fiesta and contemporary pieces produced for the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association adorn this vintage tablecloth that looks like it was made to go with this pattern. The divided relish tray is vintage Manhattan glass, as are the small underplates. The flatware is vintage Deauville, while the tumblers are from Target, napkins from Crate and Barrel, and napkin rings from Bed Bath Beyond. Can you spot the one piece of vintage Red Stripe on the table?
Vintage Red Stripe Footed Salad Bowl
For more information on the different Shapes and Colors of vintage Fiesta
check out the database of Vintage Fiesta from The Little Round Table
Vintage Homer Laughlin Apple Tree Bowl in Ivory
Vintage Red Stripe
And without changing out much at all you can get a lot of different looks from the
same tablecloth mixing vintage with contemporary pieces.
Post86 Fiesta in Sapphire, vintage George and Martha from the 1939 World's Fair,
glassware from Home Goods and Pier 1.
"Early America" dinnerware is vintage Homer Laughlin
Post 86 Sapphire topped with vintage Homer Laughlin "Mexicana"
Contemporary salad plates and hobnail glassware from Home Goods.
Post 86 Fiesta in Scarlet and Sunflower, with licensed accessory glassware.
Thanks for stopping by for another Tablescape Thursday, I do appreciate it!