Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Season of Color

Join everyone over at Color Outside The Lines for this week's edition of

Welcome to another edition of Tablescape Thursday brought to you by Susan over at


I'd like to wish all of you the most joyous of Thanksgivings.

Happy Turkey Day!



A casual Thanksgiving Day table for all the outdoorsey members of the family.  The hunters, the joggers, the four wheelers, and those just ready to interact with family and friends without a lot of pomp.  This table is all about the food and friendship.



Vintage and Post 86 Fiesta mix together as members of the same family, bringing together both old colors and the new. Sapphire, Paprika, Antique Gold, Vintage Yellow, Turf Green, Amberstone, Lilac, and a few pieces of the relatives that are rarely seen.  The Raspberry branch of the family.



Goblets from Pier 1, Hobnail glassware from Home Goods, flatware from Macy's.



The tablecloth and napkins have an Egyptian/Deco motif with lots of geese and
Papyrus in the design.






One of two vintage items from Homer Laughlin China with turkey decals.



Raspberry Fiesta candle holders.


The wooden candle tray was originally used to mold sugar.




Amberstone Marmalade and Lilac mini Disc Pitcher sit on a Turf Green
small platter/sauce boat undertray.



Raspberry Salt and Pepper Shakers


Raspberry bowl, the same as the base of the casserole or large mixing bowl from a set. The mixing bowl set is different than the more recently released "baking" bowl sets.


Disc pitchers in Vintage Yellow, Sapphire and Amberstone


Sapphire Salt and Pepper shakers


Antique Gold covered Marmalade


Lilac candle holders


The second of the vintage HLC turkey items is a decorated vintage Ivory Fiesta dinner plate.



Happy Thanksgiving

Please visit another of my tablescapes from earlier this week:

Thanks so much for stopping by again this week, hope to see you soon!

33 comments:

  1. What a great tablecloth! And it's not round! Your incredible collection of Fiesta really looks amazing with this fabulous cloth. What a warm and welcoming holiday table!

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  2. LOVE the beautiful colors of this Thanksgiving table scape. And that tablecloth is gorgeous! You must have so much fun putting every thing together. It's always so beautifully done.
    Patricia :o)

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  3. Oh what fun! Love the layering and all the great colors on this casual table! Beautifully done!!

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  4. I love all the colors on this table. They mix together so well, like a pile of colorful fallen leaves.
    Your wheat sheave is perfect on this table too! It brings height and says bounty.
    But your table lines are my favorite... so very eye catching! They are bold and fun and give a huge nod to the outdoors!
    What a great table! There are so may details and things to see!
    Yvonne

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  5. What a pretty table! The colors all look so lovely together. I especially like the wheat you used as a centerpiece.

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  6. What a gorgeous textile and beautiful colors on this "long" table. ;-)
    The wheat and corn candles add wonderful detail.
    Happy Thanksgiving! ~ Sarah

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  7. What a fun, cheerful Thanksgiving table!!! I would be Thankful to be at the table!!!! Have a blessed Thanksgiving, Candy! Did I tell you, I JUST started my first BLOG!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I am so excited! Would love for you to come on over a follow me! XO, Pinky

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  8. These colors are wonderful together!! Your casual table is beautiful and all of the pieces with it go so well together! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  9. GORGEOUS! The table, the tablecloth, the dishes, the whole room. I can't say enough about how much I love this. Wow!

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  10. Beautiful. I love the corn candles. The tablecloth is a work of art.
    Beckie in Brentwood, TN

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  11. Love the tablecloth! It sets a most happy tone. Truly spectacular.

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  12. You have so many wonderful colors weaving through your tablescape. It's magnificent.

    - The Tablescaper

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  13. I LIKE it!!! Very colorful and cool!!! This is a great step outside the box! Enjoy your Thanksgiving!!!!!!

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  14. What a fun take on the Thanksgiving table. I thought that tablecloth looked Egyptian, thanks for confirming. Those colors work so well with the turkey theme. All the colors are a feast for the eyes, a true bounty of beauty.

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  15. I have never participated before, and don't even know if this comment will make its way to you. But, I had to write after viewing your table. About fifty years ago, as a small child at a small country fair, I tossed a nickel and it landed on one of the larger prizes, a platter with a turkey design in the center. What a wonderful surprise to view your table and see your vintage pieces with the very same turkey.
    Next week I will use my platter for our Thanksgiving turkey, just as it has been used each year since that wonderful WIN. Thank you for refreshing what is a great childhood memory. Wishing you a Blessed Thanksgiving.

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  16. Really like your take on Thanksgiving using bold clear colors. The Egyptian motif cloth is amazing. I've never thought about collecting Franciscan, but you are making a dent in my mind set. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  17. You amaze me with your Fiesta dishes but adding that tablecloth and all the accessories just adds to the charm. Beautiful array of colors. Have a Happy Thanksgiving.

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  18. Lovely table, and love all the colors, very pretty.
    Also like the corn cob candles, how cute!
    You always have the neatest tablecloths, I don't think I have seen one that I didn't think was so neat!!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you as well.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  19. Candy, you are truly amazing with all the ideas you have! Each week is such a treat! I love this table (as I love all of your tables) This is beautiful. So what time is dinner? :)

    Mary
    From Virginia

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  20. So pretty -- love that tablecloth and the platters that you've set with your usual creative genius!

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  21. What an absolutely perfect table setting you have created just in time for the holidays. I just love all of the different textures. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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  22. I've never seen such a colorful Thanksgiving table :) it looks amazing. I know your whole family will enjoy gathering around it. Happy Thanksgiving
    Hugs Denise

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  23. Good Morning, Candy! Super use of non-traditional colors for Turkey Day! I love the way that the blues and ambers work together...another great inspiration for your fellow 'scapers!

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  24. Wow! I love that you carry out your own personal style with such flare. It's wonderful that you USE your amazing collection of Fiestaware.

    The tablecloth is fantastic!

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  25. Turkey Day is approaching quickly and I think this may turn out to be a favorite from recent years. I love the mix of colors that reflect all of Mother Nature's colors of the season.

    Thanks so much for coming by and I hope you'll stop back for a couple more Fall tablescapes before Christmas hits TLRT!

    And a few of you did notice that it is on an alternate table ..... life is not always "round". LOL

    Anonymous - I do hope you'll join us again, so nice to have you stop by and share your story. That turkey decal, like so many of the vintage decals, was sold to many potteries by an outside company. So it appears on a variety of vintage dinnerware not just Homer Laughlin China. Just love it because he is so plump and feathery ..... just like a turkey should be.

    Hope to see you all again very soon!

    Candy

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  26. So many beautiful things you shared.I am having a giveaway and hope you will stop by. Blessings, Debbie

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  27. So colorful, your photography is amazing. Looks like I could be right in the room. What time are we eating!!

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  28. Ahh. Who knew that blue could add so much. Your tablescape makes me smile. So... what time is dinner? I think we are all ready to come over.

    I love the corn cob candles as well. A bit of the unexpected.

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  29. This is BEAUTIFUL!!!! I love it all especially what I assume to be some more NOP pieces in Raspberry. When I read the post I figured you were going to use the presentation bowl. The Sapphire looks great. As always, I love all the color combinations you create. Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  30. I just love all of the photos you've shared. Your dishes are beautiful and I love the turkey accent plates you've used. Beautiful!

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  31. Thanks everyone, I do appreciate you stopping by.

    And yes Monica .... those would be the NOP Raspberry relatives. :-) I love the combination of the vintage and the new and how it all looks like it was meant to be together.

    Candy

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