Monday, September 12, 2011

Red and Green .... not just for Christmas

I've been away for so long that I barely remember this tablescape that I put together in early June.  Red and green almost always say "Christmas" to me, but I think here it does manage to speak to our hot summer weather.

The vintage tablecloth is by California Hand Prints and the Fiesta is shown in Scarlet, Shamrock and White. Some of the Homer Laughlin "Diner" line is also included.  More details at the end of the post.

 
Bignonia capreolata 'Dragon Lady' in my garden.
This year Fiesta is celebrating its 75th Anniversary.  This is a special 70th Anniversary plate released five years ago.
Exclusive "Dots" salad plates from HLCCA
'Gizmo' roses from my garden

Vintage California Hand Prints tablecloth.
Napkins from Tuesday Morning
Vintage green Depression Glass
Red tumblers from Home Goods
Flatware is Cambridge and is sold as "Dot Gingham" or Duplex "Happy"

Thanks so much for stopping by to visit the Little Round Table.

24 comments:

  1. It is so very good to see a tablescape from you again. The red and green is beautiful, and definitely not only for Christmas. Have a great week!

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  2. I just love red and green. This table makes my heart stop. So fun and vintage looking. Can you tell I love it??

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  3. Beautiful table Candy! Nice to see you having the time for some fun:@)

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  4. Candy, your table is so pretty. I love the red, green, and white! I hope your hubbie is feeling better. I am so happy to see you posting again! Did I miss any other posts?

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  5. Candy, glad to have you back. I missed you colorful table scapes. Hope you and your family are doing well.

    Cathy <;~)

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  6. Love your kitchen layout, fiestaware and the tablescape. Gorgeous! have a great week ;)

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  7. Yes, red and green is not only for Christmas, you proved it wuth this gorgeous table and plates! I love your fiesta pitcher and the great green glasses! Hugs, FABBY

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  8. Welcome back, Candy! I'm so happy to have breakfast at TLRT this morning. The begonia tablecloth is wonderful...of course your table matches your garden! Happy Tabletop Tuesday!

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  9. So cheerful...it made me smile. Just a wonderful job!!

    Barb

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  10. So nice to see you posting again...and this is such a lovely post. I love the colors ~ beautiful!

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  11. Candy, it makes me smile to see you creating tables capes to share once again. Yes, red and green isn't only for Christmas. Fun table!

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  12. As usual, this is so pretty and all of your dishes and accessories are just perfect. Love that beautiful tablecloth also. Thanks for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

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  13. Beautiful! My first stop here to your blog and the Fiesta caught my eye. Oh the memories of Fiesta. I grew up on the farm and Fiesta was our every day dishes, using them daily before it was "cool". My grandmother gave her daughter and her daughter-in-law (my mother) a whole set of Fiesta dishes when they first got married, including the glasses, pitchers, nesting bowls, OMG, tons of accessories, in all the original vintage colors. My mother always loved the set and never tired of it ~ and us kids did too. A few years ago my 60 year old brother went out and a bought a set of every color and presented it to his wife, and my nephew wanted to register for them when he got married. Amazing what a few dishes will do to you. You created a beautiful setting and triggered some special memories for me. Thank yoU!

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  14. It looks wonderful. Love the tablecloth and the Anniversary plate. Glad to see your post.

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  15. Oh Candy...
    I am estatic this morning after stopping here....I love this post! Stopping by from Marty's place and I am so glad I did...

    Blessings,
    shug

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  16. Ooh, sorry I missed this one! What great colors! Those vintage green depression glass pieces are so pretty. I just picked up the "Diner" pieces in the scarlet and cobalt! My first Homer Laughlin pieces. Love the flatware! The tablecloth is perfect!

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