Saturday, April 23, 2011

Easter With The Napkin Lady

Wishing you all a very Happy Easter, details on today's table at the end of the post.


Thanks so much for stopping by today and Happy Easter!

Vintage California Hand Prints tablecloth and napkins
Lillian Vernon Figural Napkin Holder 1980s
Fitz and Floyd "Moon Flower" salad plates
Green napkins - Home Goods
Napkin rings - Pier 1
Topiaries - Michael's
Flatware - vintage "Deauville"

China - Johann Haviland, the grandson of David Haviland, started his own company in Bavaria, Germany in 1907 and went out of business by 1924. An Italian firm bought the company and in 1933 sold it to the Rosenthal conglomerate. Quantities of this inexpensive china were sold at PX’s in Germany after WW 2. Several patterns were used as grocery store premiums. The company has no connection with the French or American china.
This is pattern 60424 Johann Haviland

The first roses of this season are the yellow climber 'Golden Showers'


Have a safe and happy holiday!
I'm joining:
Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper
Table Top Tuesdays at A Stroll Through Life
Mellow Yellow Monday

28 comments:

  1. HI Candy! What a gorgeous table. I love that little napkin holder. I've seen one like that many years ago!
    Happy Easter to you !!
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  2. So lovely and slightly tropical..love the lady with the napkins! Happy Easter :D

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  3. Hello Candy:

    Welcome to Seasonal Sundays to you and the napkin Lady. Such a lovely post in celebration of the season.

    Do come and visit the rest of us in blog land and leave a comment or two. I know you enjoy recieving comments, as do the other participants.

    Happy Easter to you and your family.

    - The Tablescaper

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  4. Candy, just stopping by to wish you a Happy Easter! ~ Sarah

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  5. Hi Candy, your tablescape is beautful! Your china is stunning! I love it! The napkin lady is very unusual and cute. Hope you come and visit back!
    A happy Easter to you and yours.
    FABBY

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  6. Great table Candy! The napkin lady is very different, a true conversation piece! Your sheep in the background caught my eye too:@) Happy Easter-enjoy:@)

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  7. Happy Easter, Candy! Your tabletop belle looks so lovely in her magnolia garden!

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  8. Oh Wow! So gorgeous in every way and yet another CHP to covet! Love your napkin lady - she's a beauty! Happy Easter!

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  9. Darling napkin holder. Love the Fitz and Floyd plates.. they are stunning. Your Haviland china is beautiful. Happy Easter.

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  10. Beautiful table setting. I like the little egg cup topiary, but the napkin holder had me laughing out loud!

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  11. I can't help but admire how elegant the table set up is. I'm a new follower here. Hope you can visit my entry too. Thanks and have a good week!

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  12. How inspiring. Lovely and elegant setting.

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  13. This is delightful!!!! Love the lady napkin holder....hugs...cleo

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  14. Hi Candy, Your table is beautiful. I love this cloth. Do you really serve meals on your beautiful cloths. I seem to have difficulty getting mine clean if food is spilled on it. Maybe I need a new washer. Thanks for sharing.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  15. Beautiful table. Those Moonflower salad plates are breath taking! The napkin lady is such a unique touch.

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  16. Gorgeous. I always love to see your beautiful tablescapes, they are always stunning. The lady napkin holder, the egg topiaries and of course your fabulous china, crystal and linens are always combined so beautifully. The huge cloche in the back took my breath away also. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  17. Thanks so much everyone for stopping by to see this little napkin lady. :-) Just catching up around here from the flurry of activities over the holiday and hoping you are all having a wonderful week.

    Ahrisha, yes we do serve meals on these tablecloths. The secret is to treat them as soon as possible after any accidents. MOST cloths are perfectly safe in a nice hot soaking bath of Oxyclean, which will remove almost all stains. Wax is trickier, but food stains seem to all disappear with just a quick treatment. As with any product that is new to you, test for color fastness and don't treat a cloth with metallic paint or threads.

    Candy

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  18. I am admirer of your beautiful and fun tablescapes! I am inspired to "catch up" with fun things for my home!
    Keep it coming!
    Robyn

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  19. Beautiful...absolutely beautiful! I love that tablecloth and I have never seen a napkin holder like that...ohhhhh just so pretty to look at...hope you have a great week....Picket

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  20. Your tablescape is just sensational Candy!! Hope you had a wonderful Easter!

    Nancy

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  21. A gorgeous tablescape! The napkin lady is definitely holding court in the middle of this beautiful setting. The napkin rings are so pretty; love them.

    I enjoyed reading about the history of the Haviland.
    Tammy

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  22. Thanks for stopping by The Little Round Table, I do so appreciate your sweet comments!

    Candy

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  23. Simply stunning. So elegant!
    Hope you had a happy Easter!

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  24. Beautiful! I enjoyed my visit to your lovely blog. Absolutely inspiring. Wishing you happiness. Hugs!

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  25. Thanks Katherine, I do hope you'll stop back again soon.

    Candy

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