Tablescape Thursday ~

Welcome to my Tablescape this week. Visit our hostess Susan at Between Naps on the Porch to see more or to join in.

This is another setting in my living room in Washington. I started with the tablecloth and worked off it to find things around the house for the setting. The tablecloth came from Target clearance or Goodwill, can’t remember which! :0)

 

The Pewter tankards were purchased in England in 1973. I found the brown and white plates Royal Stafford, Fine Earthenware, est. 1845, Made in England and red napkins at Goodwill. I liked how the colors in the Russian lacquer items fit the scape. The Pewter hurricane lamp was a wedding gift. The napkin rings goblets and cocktail napkins that are in the goblets are target clearance. Red chargers from Sears. The white dinner plates are my everyday Italian Countryside. The tea light holders are Christmas exchange gifts. The red silk heart with tassel is a gift from my friend Beth. The silver is Community Plate, Sheffield England from my SIL’s Great Aunt.

 

Dear and I are headed up to Seattle for a longer than long Memorial Weekend. Yippee! We’ll see if I have time to check out my stash and come up with more tablescapes while I’m there. I definitely will make a trip to my favorite Goodwill Store!

Have a great Memorial Weekend to all my U.S. friends. Hope Victoria Day Weekend was great for our Canadian friends!

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About Ellenhttp://I am a wife, mother, baba (grandmother) and a loyal friend. Jesus is my King and my hope is in my future with Him.

36 thoughts on “Tablescape Thursday ~

  1. Another great setting you do great work. Have a great Memorial Day. Maybe you will see my brother and SIL there. They work for King5. He’s the consumer reporter and she is a reporter. Aloha

  2. That tablecloth is very pretty! You indeed are the queen of tablecloth, haha.

    Have a safe and wonderful trip. Would you be hitting the Goodwill while you are in Seattle?! πŸ˜‰

  3. Oooo, love those pewter tankards… and the brown transferware… and the pretty tablecloth… and, well, you get the idea. What a pretty setting, too! πŸ™‚

  4. g’day

    love the tablecloth and the napkins, you’ve pulled those together nicely!

    looks like a cosy little spot to sit in front of the fireplace

    happy tablescaping

    Sarah
    A Beach Cottage

  5. What a quaint setting! I just love those dishes! Have a wonderful day! Stop by and see my table setting, if you like what you see, be sure to subscribe to my blog by clicking on “Follow” in the right hand column. This way we can inspire one another frequently! Be sure to stay a while when you’re there and enjoy the experience!

  6. A lovely Table for two, cozying up to the fireplace….nicely done! I just posted my very first Tablescape and enjoyed every minute…xoxo~Kathy~ @ sweetup-northmornings.blogspot.com Would love to have you stop by!

  7. What a pretty tablecloth. I love the reds. It’s a perfect backdrop for you brown and white dishes. Everything is just right for a nice quiet dinner in front of the fireplace!

  8. Beautiful but casual…I love everything! I really like all the pewter, it reminds me of being in an English pub with your fireplace in the background! Love the tassels around the napkins. I just picked up a few of the brown & white plates myself at a thrift store, pretty aren’t they?

    Have a nice get~away over the holiday!!

    xoxo
    Jane

  9. Hi! Thanks for visiting! I love your dishes! If I could find a set of the Staffordshire – I’d snatch it up in a heartbeat! And you may have a weakness for napkin rings – I have one for pewter. I only have just a few pieces, but SOMEDAY I will find some pewter chargers that are calling my name!
    Lovely post! I’ll be back to see more!

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