One of the patterns is the inspiration for this week's tablescape. It is a beautiful striped teal/brown/gold combination. Pat put it with a gorgeous Depression Ware sandwich plate made by the Federal Glass Company from 1937 through 1941. The pattern is called "Diana." She used it as a charger and combined it with Chocolate Fiestaware and a modern day accent plate from Pier 1.
The inspiration napkin that started it all.
Over view of the table.
Close up of the place setting.
One of three different patterns of the accent plate.
The dinner plate is Chocolate Fiestaware by Homer Laughlin.
The gorgeous amber colored Depression Ware sandwich plate is "Diana" by the Federal Glass Company.
The teal and amber/gold crackle glasses are from Pier 1.
Flatware is Gold Iconic by the Wallace Silver Company.
Both teal and amber colored candle holders were used.
Close up of the napkin ring (from Pier 1, again.)
The beautiful teal colored bowl and platter were a great find at "Art & Old Things," our favorite local antique store.
The center piece holds teal, gold, and mixed colored spheres.
Teal colored placemats: Pier 1
Napkin rings: Pier 1
Gold Flatware: Gold Iconic by Wallace Silver Company from Replacements
Amber sandwich plate: "Diana" by Federal Glass Company from eBay
Chocolate Fiestaware: by Homer Laughlin
Fruit Accent plates: Pier 1 this season
Glassware: Pier 1
Solid Teal Napkin: eBay
Teal Bowl/Platter Centerpiece: from "Fortuna Art & Old Things"
Teal and amber candle holders: eBay
Decorative spheres (balls): Pier 1
Amber votive holders: Bed, Bath, and Beyond
Candles and votives: Michael's