come join the fun.
Stop by to see all the pretty tabletop vignettes.
This vintage tablecloth is topped with Italian glass chargers from Tuesday Morning - I think
they were $1 each. Also Post 86 Fiesta in Seamist, White, Shamrock and Sunflower. The
patterned glasses are Pfaltzgraff, napkins and the hobnail glasses came from Home Goods, napkin rings from Pier 1 this past Winter. Flatware is Deauville. Roses are from my garden
The large plate/platter in the center is a piece modeled for the short-lived Fiestaware2000
line from Homer Laughlin. It is a test piece where the verge is more pronounced than
on the final design for this piece. Fiestware2000 was never glazed in Seamist, so it's a one
of a kind item.
The "fish-scale" bowl is vintage Homer Laughlin, Heart bowl and Jam Jar are contemporary
Fiesta items available in a wide array of colors.
Vintage Jadite mixing bowls sitting on Seamist luncheon plates.
That's the smallest of a set of three Martha Stewart "Jadite" cake stands.
Thanks for stopping by again for Tabletop Tuesday.