Wednesday, November 9, 2011

My Fall Table

I started playing around the other day with my odds and ends pieces of two
separate sets of brown transfer ware and set myself a fall table for two.
It's not a totally practical table, but then I was just having fun.
I started with my foundation plates that I use in the fall and the
only name I can find on the back of them is Karidesign.

Next up is a rust-colored transfer ware pattern called "Athol" by Mellor Taylor & Company.

The top plate is the "Stafford Stage"  pattern by J & G Meakin.

For the tea cup and saucer, I mixed the patterns.

I used some pretty faux fall leaves to dress up the table and set the mood.

My centerpiece are some unusual gourds that I arranged in a vintage tin
nestled in yard moss.  I found them at a flea market and wish I could
remember what they are called.  I thought they were very unusual and
uniquely pretty.

I love this pretty little butter dish.

Linking with
Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday 
French Country Cottage  for Feather Your Nest Friday
Stuff and Nonsense for Fridays Unfolded



The Tablescaper said...

Such a beautiful table. I love the rust transferware, gorgeous.

- The Tablescaper

Meredith said...

Your choice of colors and patterns are so pretty. I love your butter dish too and your stemware is lovely.

Barb and Dell said...

What a pretty table. I love the colors and the butter dish. Love it all!

Crystal Rose Cottage said...

I remember you collecting the brown transferware last year during our outing. Looks like you are amassing quite a collection! The table looks so pretty for the upcoming holiday!~Hugs, Patti

Cynthia @An Accomplished Woman said...

Love the rust transferware too. I may have to purchase some. Great table.


nannykim said...

Ahhh, now this speaks to me. I love those fall colors and unique guards (or whatever they are). This setting makes me feel cozy and comfy and happy.

Marigene said...

Wow, the china is just gorgeous! Beautiful the centerpiece...the gourds almost look like puffball mushrooms.

Tess said...

Oh my!!! That orange transferware is to die for!!!! Your whole table looks so beautiful...but it's that orange transferware really gets me!


Such a gorgeous tablescape, I love the way you mixed and matched the different beautiful patterns of your plates and merged them with the great white chargers. Totally lovely. FABBY

Phyllis@Around the House said...

I love the mixture of dishes on your table, it looks warn and earthy, you know like when it looks like it came so easy and casual for you, it is truly inviting...phyllis

Christina at I Gotta Create! said...

What beautiful china!

The Sweetest Days said...

I wish I had just half the dishes you do Cindy, but I think I've told you before. What a divine table setting for Thanksgiving!

The header coordinates beautifully with this latest post ; )

BECKY said...

This is just beautiful! I love the whiteness of it with the subtle loveliness of the browns and oranges!! Delightful!!
Have a happy Friday and weekend!!

Carolyn said...

I love your beautiful fall table. I collect transferware too but I have never seen the rusty color before-perfect for autumn.

Jo's This and That said...

Beautiful table! Thanks for sharingJoann

Michele said...

So lovely, you have such a good eye, Cindy!

Thank you, just gorgeous.

June said...

Cindy your table is beautiful. So many beautiful layers. Your transferware is lovely!

I am in love with your beautiful chest of drawers in your previous post. ~sigh~
hugs from here...

Alison @ The Polohouse said...

Gorgeous! Love the layering and the oranges and browns.... so pretty!
Your desk and little trees turned out amazing also but I think you need to keep those trees for sure!

Marlis said...

I love the rust transferware.. i am going to have to some of that! Your table is so pretty, every piece goes so well with the next. great centerpiece also! xo marlis

Courtney ~ French Country Cottage said...

This is beautiful!! Thanks for sharing at Feathered Nest Friday!

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