Schumann Wild Rose

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

Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Edme and Old Britain Castles Tablescape

This week's table was another family affair. Our great-niece is back to school in a week so she is here getting her dorm room ready and had some extra time to join Pat and I and "play" with dishes. Here is the table that they came up with:
The table features a mix of Lapis Fiesta(ware), Edme by Wedgewood, and Old Britain Castles by Johnson Brothers
Pat used two napkins held together by a matching napkin ring made from PVC pipe cut into 1" rounds and spray painted matching blue.

Flatware is "Addison" stainless steel by Mikasa
I love the square salad plate (a signature piece of Johnson Brother's) in this pattern

One of our very favorite glassware patterns - from the Dollar Tree

One last look

Where it came from:
Charger and Luncheon Plate - "Edme" by Wedgewood from eBay and Replacements, Ltd.
Dinner Plate - Lapis "Fiesta(ware)" by Homer Laughlin from Macy's (active color)
Accent (Salad Plate), Cup and Saucer, and Bread and Butter Plate - Blue "Old Britain Castles" [1930-2003] by Johnson Brothers from eBay and Replacements, Ltd.
Flatware - "Addison" by Mikasa from Costco three years ago
Glassware - from the Dollar Tree (still active)
Napkins - from last year
Napkin Rings - Handmade by Pat's husband from PVC pipe cut into 1" rounds and spray painted with plastic adhesive spray paint
Candle Holders - from our collection

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


  1. Great post Katie! Pat and your niece have outdone themselves with this one - I LOVE the blue and white. The Johnson Brothers plates are wonderful, and those napkin rings - totally creative and perfect! Nice work you guys!