Thursday, September 16, 2010

Lemongrass Floral


I'm joining Artie for his Vignette Fridays meme over at Color Outside The Lines
and

This vintage Lemongrass Floral tablecloth with its matching napkins is paired with Post86 Fiesta in Black, White, Chartreuse and Lemongrass.  The goblets are vintage and although they always photograph as black, they are a very deep burgundy. The sterling is American Directoire, candle holders are vintage Metlox.  Napkin rings from Pier 1 and the roses are from my garden. The Ivory salt and pepper shakers are vintage.  More information on the tablecloth can be see over on the Tablecloth Database










The Black Post86 Fiesta Millennium Vase was produced as a limited edition
and was auctioned off at one of the East Liverpool High School Aumni
Asociation auctions about 10 years ago.



Thanks for coming by, hope to see you again next week!

17 comments:

  1. Oh my, I think I've found my favorite combination of your fiesta ware.. This is spectacular. It's probably the delicious tablecloth that makes it!

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  2. Stunning! I'm always fond of the bright colors mixed that you often show, but this table is truly spectacular. Love these greens! ~ Sarah

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  3. Your kitchen is absolutely fabulous! Even Martha Stewart doesn't top this one!

    Cathy ♥

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  4. Thanks ladies! This is a favorite combination of mine ...... love the greens! And the yellows, and the reds.....well I do love them all, but especially green.

    Candy

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  5. Hi Candy...

    I'm coming over from Artie's Vignette Friday party. My friend, your table is stunning dressed in that beautiful shade of green and black! I have always thought that this color combination is so fresh and vibrant! As always, I enjoyed your lovely table linens! Beautiful place settings too! Thank you for sharing your gorgeous table with us!

    Warmest autumn wishes,
    Chari @Happy To Design

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  6. I'm a huge fan of your kitchen so I always enjoy your posts. Plus we both like similar greens. We have a new link up party for giveaways -- hope you'll keep that in mind. Jane F.

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  7. What a stunning table!! I love the swirly candle sticks. Would you share please how you wash your table cloths? I have aquired a few and some of them have stains and I am afraid to ruin them trying to get the spots out. Do you have any pointers?
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  8. Very pretty! I love the lemongrass! and your goblets are just gorgeous!

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  9. I really love this color combo, Candy! It's the perfect diversion for a Friday afernoon!

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  10. * My first time here and oh! How LOVELY!!! The colors are simply ENCHANTING... gosh, the entire TABLE is!!! Thank you!!!

    Blessings,
    Linda in AZ *
    bellesmom1234@comcast.net

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  11. Thanks everyone, I'm glad you enjoyed this take on green. It is a personal favorite and I find it very calming.

    Arisha - excellent question about the cleaning tips. We're going to go into this in detail over on the new Forum. Click on it (at the top of the sidebar) for tips from collectors of tablecloths on how we approach cleaning these old beautiies. (Keep checking back as more responses come in ..... I had grandkids this weekend and haven't gotten my response posted yet!)

    Candy

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  12. Arisha and anyone else interested in cleaning tips for vintage linens, here's the link to the discussion over on The Little Round Table Forum:

    http://the-little-round-table-forum.965860.n3.nabble.com/Cleaning-Tips-For-Vintage-Linens-td1519369.html#a1519369

    Candy

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