Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Dots Land On The Little Round Table !


Vintage Thingies Thursday over at Coloradolady with my vintage
tablecloth, milk pitcher and the 1942 lyrics to "Rosie The Riveter"

Jenny Matlock is presenting the letter "K" for Alphabe-Thursday this week.
"K" is for my KITCHEN where The Little Round Table struts its stuff!
You can read more about my kitchen at:

The new exclusive "Dots" Fiesta plates have landed on The Little Round Table!






These were produced for the Homer Laughlin China Collectors Association and were inspired by the polka dot bandana of Rosie the Riveter.  The 2010 exclusive pitcher design celebrates the year 1942 with "Rosie the Riveter." The pitcher is produced in white and it is decorated in seven glazes. Rosie the Riveter is a cultural icon of the United States, representing millions of American women who traded their aprons for overalls during World War II, many of whom worked in factories and manufacturing plants that produced munitions and war supplies. Limited edition of 300 available only to members.





Here are the "Dots" making their first appearance on TLRT.
Shown on a vintage cloth with White Fiesta berry bowls, Cambridge patterned flatware, red tumblers and napkins from Home Goods, Blue Hobnail from Anthropologie.  The contemporary Sapphire Fiesta pieces shown were not officially produced so are rare.


















Vintage Homer Laughlin Christmas milk pitcher.






Thanks so much for coming by again this week, check out the rest of this month's holiday tablescapes via the link at the top of the sidebar!

44 comments:

  1. oh my! i feel like i just got a big fat present! how
    wonderful and merry is your kitchen? mine all of
    a sudden looks like a funeral parlour.

    thank you for the amazing inspiration. i've got
    some work to do!

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  2. Love you blog, this is beautiful !!!!
    donna

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  3. Hello Candy,
    the pitcher Rosie the Riveter is a real collectors treasure. Was interesting to see. And your table is charming as always. Love those colorful plates.
    Greetings, Johanna

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  4. Your kitchen is decorated beautifully!

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  5. I love all of your dots!!! they are just so cute!

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  6. Pretty pretty pretty! I love it all; so bright and cheerful!

    I have the same Snowman ornament you have sitting on the table :)

    Once again, you have designed such a happy table.

    Mary
    From Virginia

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  7. I love this table. Red is my favorite color. The red trees look so cool.

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  8. Just wonderful. I am amazed. I like the sweet little curios.

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  9. I like the dot fiesta plates and it's interesting to find out about rosie reveter .

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  10. Oh Candy, I love, love, love this TS! Those polka dot plate are so much fun!

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  11. It's all so pretty and cheerful. I love those plates! How fabulous!

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  12. oh my! the polka dot plates are lovely...reminds me of Cath Kidston...

    looks like a lotta fun at your place!

    I am stopping by from Susan's TT..happy holidays

    sarah

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  13. As always, a great table, and photos. Polka dot fiesta - fantastic! I think I have the same tealights as you - otherwise you have me beat by a country mile :-)

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  14. Those dotted dishes are so pretty!!

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  15. Super, as usual! The polka dot fiesta is such a wonderful idea. Good for the manufacturers.
    I have to say, my favorite things were the ornaments. Very cute sayings.

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  16. I love EVERY detail! Your ENTIRE kitchen just makes me HAPPY looking at it!! So pretty...great eye! :)

    Have a blessed Christmas Season! <><

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  17. What a fun table scape! LOVE the polka dot dishware! The ornaments are LOL cute, too.

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  18. hi Candy,
    Oh how I love this table scape. The colors pop. Such great ideas that I never would have thought of. Love the blue and polka dots. Those baker dolls are beautiful, so detailed and love the embroidery.
    Tata,
    Carey

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  19. Wonderful, so many treasures on one table, its really incredible!

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  20. What a fun, festive table!!!! I love the dots dishes! I have the same MR. Santa but not the Mrs. Kohl's, right? I just love that one! Love your blue glasses too!!! Merry Christmas!!! xO, Pinky

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  21. I LOVE polka dots and this is truly amazing! Love it!

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  22. Your blog is fabulous!! I absolutely love your kitchen, you must cook a lot. I know I would if I had such a beautiful kitchen. Thanks for sharing your beautiful space with us.

    Mary L

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  23. This is so funny... as I scroll down to see the next picture, the dots on your plates look like they are moving too. It took me by surprise at first, and then made me a little dizzy (I get vertigo easily). Isn't that wild?

    You tasteful and clever way of mixing snowflakes, dots and checks in red and white is absolutely captivating. The ballance of color and pattern is perfection! And the darling tablecloth with it's happy dots looks like it was just made especially for this tablescape.
    This tablescape is a Christmas treasure.
    Yvonne

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  24. Love the tablescape, the polka dots are adorable. Now, where did you get the flatware???? Both the dots and checks are wonderful.

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  25. Your kitchen is beautiful and I love the polka dots and the table cloth! Thanks so much for sharing. Blessings

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  26. As always, you have the most beautifully created tablescapes I've ever seen! Wow, I love the colors and the decorations on the table! It's just so beautiful! Oh and the Rosie the Riveter pitcher is just amazing! I love it!

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  27. Oh my gosh, Candy...this is just DELICIOUS!! I love every inch of it, from top to bottom, esp. that vintage tablecloth!!
    I had no idea any of these special pieces existed. You are a wealth of information on HL.

    Thank you SO much for sharing your collections.

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  28. Love your dotted dishes! This table looks like a fun spot to be!

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  29. Please excuse my comment! I went back and scrutinized the post and this time noted the part about the flatware.
    Got it now!

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  30. A plethora of beautiful dishes brought together by a very talented lady!!! Applause!!! Have a wonderful Christmas season!!!

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  31. I love your blog. Check it frequently and find it very inspiring. I had to have the wowzer red plates and polka dot glasses that you featured a while back. I see more polka dot plates in my future. Sheila @ Raggedykingdom.blogspot.com

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  32. Very beautiful pictures! I certainly like the ornament about being naughty to save Santa the trip!

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  33. I love your polka dots. So "Merry and Bright". I, too, love polka dots. So much fun.

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  34. I never knew rosie the riveter had a song, i was only familiar with the poster! i love your tablecloth!

    Carrie
    http://inthehammockvintage.blogspot.com

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  35. Polka dots are always so bright and cheerful.

    =)

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  36. love love love the polka dots...
    want them!!!

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  37. I love the Rosie the Riveter set! Way cool!

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  38. I love the dots! They are so cheerful.

    Your 'Save Santa a trip' made me laugh :D

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  39. Oh no! I am in seriously covet-land right now.

    I need! I want! I must have! That tablescape exactly like you've done it.

    That is the happiest thing I've seen in a long time.

    It made me smile...and green with envy at the same time!

    Thanks for this wonderful link to Alphabe-Thursday.

    It really makes me dream!

    A+

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  40. Good Morning Polka Dot Lovers!!

    I am still just ga-ga for the new Fiesta DOTS!
    They will work well for lots of holidays ... Valentine's Day, Presidents' Day, 4th of July or any day you just feel like a POLKA DOT!

    Let's see .... the flatware is by Cambridge, the same company that made the Halloween mixed set in white, orange and black that I found at Home Goods. I found the red set on the internet after a lot of searching. Google "Cambridge Red Dot Gingham". There is another Cambridge Gingham set as I recall that comes in other colors. I think the place I finally got it was ginnys.com or something like that.

    Raggedy - I'm so glad to be an enabler. :-)

    And the NAUGHTY ornament is my favorite of all time. I laugh every time I pass by it!

    Candy

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