Schumann Wild Rose

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

Sunday, August 2, 2015

Coalport Revelry Table

In June, we were going to do a wedding table to use our sweet Coalport Revelry dishware but never got the chance to complete it - so, instead of using a bride/groom theme for an August table, Pat changed things around a bit, and here is what she came up with:
The table

Close up of the place setting

Pat and I found these lovely dishes at one of our favorite local "antique" stores for $32.00 - not a complete set, but a quick trip to and we were able to finish the eight place settings.

The charger is "Colonial Blue" Color Spectrum by Mikasa

Pat used inexpensive Dollar Store glassware because of the simple style

The gorgeous lace placemats were bought on another shopping trip to one of our local stores

Originally produced and used for after dinner cigarettes, Pat repurposed the cigarette holder and ashtray to hold toothpicks

The crystal triple candle holders hold 14" tapers

From the other end of the table

Where it came from:
Lace Placemats - from Lentz's Department Store (a nifty local store that still sells all kinds of things)
Charger - "Colonial Blue" Color Spectrum by Mikasa from eBay and Replacements
Dinnerware - "Revelry" by Coalport from Art & Old Things (a local antique store) and Replacements
Glassware - from the Dollar Store
Napkins - a gift from Pat
Flatware - Pattern unknown by F.B Rogers & Sons from eBay
Figurines - by Armani from our Mother's collection
Candle Holders - from Pat
Candles - from the Ferndale Emporium (another neat local store)
Glass Bricks - Part of Pat's collection
Glass Flower Bowl - by Waterford (an anniversary gift to Pat from her husband)

We will be joining Christine's "Table It!" blog party at Rustic & Refined this Monday:
We will also be joining Susan for "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:


  1. The Coalport plates and dinnerware are simply stunning! Beautiful!

  2. I never knew about Coalport until this year. Such BEAUTIFUL patterns. I love the Rosalinda floral pattern too. Would've been lovely wedding table!