Schumann Wild Rose

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

Tuesday, July 20, 2021

Summer Spode Tower Table

Time for a more formal table - Pat chose Spode Pink Tower to use this week. The original pink pattern was first produced in 1920 and is still active. (Blue Tower was introduced in 1814 and has been produced in a variety of colors over the years and is still going strong.)
No charger this week (which is unusual for Pat)

Flatware is "Grand Colonial" sterling silver - I've told you before that we were gifted this gorgeous flatware by our amazing "also dish-addicted" Cousin. 
In addition to giving us the flatware, our Cousin "started" us on Spode Pink Tower. I always wanted it but was too cheap to invest in the dinnerware - so our Cousin once again gave us our first pieces.

Glassware is "Fedora" by Spiegelau

The soup tureen is my favorite piece

Where it came from:
Ecru Lace Place Mats - from a local store now out of business (which broke my heart because they had an amazing selection of laces)
Dinnerware - Originally started as a gift from our Cousin but pattern completed at and eBay
Flatware - "Grand Colonial" sterling silver by Wallace from our Cousin
Glassware - "Fedora" by Spiegelau from
Napkin - Handmade by Pat to match the dinnerware
Silver Candle Holders - from Art and Old Things (a local antique store)

This week, we will be joining "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch: 


  1. Oh, how pretty! The white and pink (reddish pink) colors of the placemats, china, and napkins, makes for a soothing and charming tablescape.

  2. This table is stunning! I've always admired the pattern on these dishes and have secretly coveted them for quite a while (I just can't justify anymore dish sets right now since I have neglected my tablescaping hobby for a while........hoping to get started again very soon!) I truly love the double-handled! soup bowls that finish off the place setting! Bravo, Ladies!
    Rosie @ The Magic Hutch