Schumann Wild Rose

Schumann Wild Rose
Dishes, dishes, dishes........

Saturday, February 10, 2018

Fiesta(ware) and Bordallo Cabbage Table

Our daytime weather is suppose to "dip" into the 50's this weekend (yeah, I know........remember this is California) making a meal of soup the perfect choice. Pat decided to challenge herself to use one of her favorites (Homer Laughlin "Fiesta[ware]")and one of mine (Bordallo Pinheiro "Cabbage") to set this week's table.



My very own first set of flatware - "Iron Brown" by Noritake purchased in the 1970's. Thanks to Replacements and eBay, I have been able to replace missing and chipped pieces over the years (the handles are ceramic.)


Pat used Franciscan's "Vegetable Medley" accent/salad plates





Another purchase from the 1970's, the glassware is "Clarion" by Lenox. Obviously (and surprisingly), it is really sturdy.




The Bordallo "Cabbage" butter dish 

The way we love bread around here, it's a wonder these lasted long enough for the picture. Pat took a glass cylinder and lined it with a brown napkin to serve the sourdough baguettes.

This small leaf bowl is for salad dressing



One last look from the other end of the table
Where it came from:
"Green" Dinnerware - "Cabbage" by Bordallo Pinheiro from wherever we can find it
Brown and Ivory Dinnerware - "Fiesta(ware)" by Homer Laughlin from Macy's and Replacements.com
Accent Plates - "Vegetable Medley" by Franciscan China from Replacements.com
Napkins - Handmade by Pat
Cabbage Napkin Rings - from Pier 1's sale bin last year but available again this year
Glassware - Brown "Clarion" by Lenox from Walsh's (a local bridal gift store long out of business) over forty years ago
Flatware - "Iron Brown" by Noritake also from Walsh's over forty years ago

We will be joining the following Blog parties this week:
"Dishing It! & Digging It!" at Rustic & Refined this Sunday:  http://www.rustic-refined.com/
"Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:  http://betweennapsontheporch.net/ 

1 comment:

  1. I love the salad plates. This is a fun table!

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