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Wednesday, April 20, 2022

Vintage Apricot Fiesta(ware) and Plaid Tablescape

As an homage to all things vintage, Pat set this week's table using retired "Apricot" Fiesta(ware) by Homer Laughlin. Definitely subdued in color by today's more contemporary, sharper Fiesta, this pastel dinnerware looks good in both a formal and a casual setting. Produced from 1986 through 1998, it is known as "Post 86" Fiesta - thus making it "modern" by Fiesta standards. Unfortunately, the prices for pieces in this color have soared over the last few years.
I have to admit that I am much more fond of the pastel Fiesta(ware) than some of the current bold colors that are available today



Flatware is modern, sleek "Addison" stainless steel by Mikasa

Pat mixed a "White" Fiesta(ware) luncheon plate with "Apricot" 
Glasses are from Pier 1 several years ago
The table has a simple, fairly unadorned center to show up the place setting
From the other end of the table

Where it came from:
Apricot and Gray Plaid Place Mats - from Tuesday Morning three or four years ago
Gray Charger - Inexpensive lacquer chargers spray painted with plastic adhesive spray paint to match the place mat
Dinnerware - "White" and "Apricot" Fiesta(ware) by Homer Laughlin. The white luncheon plate was purchased at Macy's several years ago but the "Apricot" dinnerware was purchased at Replacements.com, eBay, and any place we could find it
Flatware - "Addison" by Mikasa from Costco three years ago
Glassware - from Pier 1 several years ago
Gray Napkin - from Linentablecloth.com (currently available) 
Apricot Silk Roses - from Michael's two or three years ago
Crystal Salt and Pepper Shakers - from Tuesday Morning years ago

This week, we will be joining "Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:  http://betweennapsontheporch.net/ 

A really neat article about all things Fiesta(ware) - new and old - can be found Here

2 comments:

  1. What a lovely table, tied together by the placemats and the flowers. Soft and sweet colors!

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