Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The King of the House, The Doc!

Although we did not eat at home (We were invited to eat out for lunch and then had to go to a dinner party at night), I set a Father's Day table. I could not show it last week because I wanted to join Kathleen's Beach Party.
 I thought I would use my medical dish ware in honor of John's hard work both in the clinic and hospital, to support my dish addiction, lol..

 I found this physician figure a long time ago at Ross, at a very cheap price, around $10 if I remember correctly. I have a Lladro doctor figure too but John do not like how the doctor itself looks, so I did not use it. It is bald and old. I could not believe he found it on my mom's armoire and pulled it out to sell at my booth. I had to retrieve it, lol.
Notice the gold medical insignia on the cup and saucer?
I found these set at St. Andrew's thrift store when I stopped by to drop off a donation.
 The glasses also have the medical Caduceus symbol and an RX prescription symbol.
I added some Limoges salad plates framed by silver spray since my figure is silver. 
 Then, I added a bronzy crown and placed a gold elephant tea candle holder in the center.

 I used my gold "Natchez" flatware, which I could not help buying because of the pattern name.
 Medical S & P shakers.

I hope you like my medical tablescape which I created especially for John. Thank you so much for stopping by. I really enjoy your company and especially enjoy reading your comments.

I am linking with
Karin's Centerpiece Wednesday at
Kathleen's Let's Dish at

Susan's Tablescape Thursday at

Sarah's Homemaking Link Up Weekend at
The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sunday

Thank you ever so much for hosting, lovely ladies!


Sue (Someones Mom) said...

How cool to have the medical dishes. I didn't even know you could find such a thing. I'm sure he loved the care you took with this table. Well done!

Terra said...

Your table is very romantic with the candles and silver and gold sparkling and the illuminated pool in the background. I like how you explain the background and cost of your treasures, especially your thrift store purchases.

Sue said...

Christine, This is such a loving tribute to John! And what unique things you were able to use in your tablescape. You never fail to find the most interesting and beautiful accessories, dinnerware, and glassware. :-) Sue

Blondie's Journal said...

Your dishes are so appropriate for a celebration honoring John! I love how pretty they are! And the figuring is very cool! I know John must have loved this!


GinaBVictorian said...

Great tablescape! I'm sure it put a smile on John's face. I love the gold chargers, where did you find them?

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Christine this is stunning and I have never seen dishes with the medical insignia on them. Even the glass, wow, such a beautiful tablescape and I love the Dr. figurine. Hugs, Marty

Mrs. V. said...

Oh I think this was a lovely tablescape and what a lovely way to honor your hard working husband. :0) I think these dishes would be wonderful to use if you ever host a dinner for your husband's colleagues!


Oh darling Christine! This is amazing, the dishes are fabulous, along with the glasses, S&P shakers and everything with the Medical insignia, never seen anything like this before, but I shoudn't be sorprised YOU'D COME UP WITH SOMETHING AS PERFECT AS THIS FOR DEAR HUBBY DR.!!!! Love the Dr. figurine and the gold chargers. A FAB tribute to the dish colaborator!!

Creations By Cindy said...

How beautiful Christine. Love your DR. figurine! Every thing is stunning.Hugs and blessings, Cindy

Chubby Chieque said...

Wow... Ate Xine Doc & KOTH enjoyed your gesture and honoured him.

Love, love the small details and the S&P are so cuties.

Hope you both had a great party and hope Kuya John enjoyed his day.

Happy mid-week to you both.


Traci said...

That set of dishes is so pretty!

Marlis said...

Christine, how wonderful you have those dishes.. And you set the table for John.. It's so perfect.. Love the dr in the middle.. have a blessed week.. xo marlis

Tricia said...

Christine, what a lovely tribute to your husband for Father's Day! I am so impressed that you found dishes with medical symbols! You truly DO have dishes for any occasion. And the doctor figurine looks very wise. Great job!

ellen b. said...

Such a great masculine setting for Father's Day. I love it Christine!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

The table setting is perfect and I love the medical settings you have. Definitely fitting for the King of the House!

Entertaining Women said...

So I'm guessing that John really likes the Doogie Houser doctor figurine. Pretty funny...he tried to sell the Iladro. Your table honors him in such a beautiful way. I've never seen china with the caduceus...so glad that you found it. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

kitty said...

What a special tribute, Christine, to your hubby! The centerpiece is perfect for honoring him.

Jewel Sauls said...

What a lovely table Christine! I love the medical china! Nice tribute to your husband!

Honey at 2805 said...

Your dishes are just perfect for the Doc! What a beautiful setting for a celebration!

Thanks so much for the welcome back! I've missed you and everyone and hope to see you at Potpourri Friday!

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

That is just amazing Christine that you actually found Medical dinnerware!
Love the gold accents!
And I about died laughing with you story about hubby trying to sell your other figurine.
Hugs friend,

Scribbler said...

Very interesting -- never seen the medical symbols on dishes before.

That's so funny about the Lladro! I hope he likes this one.

Patty (Patty's Pretty Things) said...

I have never seen medical dinnerware. It's so pretty. I can appreciate it being a nurse. I love the statue.

Diann said...

A beautiful table Christine! And absolutely perfect Tribute to your sweet hubby! I hope you are having a fantastic day!

Alycia Nichols said...

Oh, Christine....I love this! Ramon would be SO jealous that I didn't think of it! I'll have to share it with him, though, because I think he'll enjoy it very much. What a great find on all the dishes and glassware and accessories with the medical symbols!!!! It's a good thing you were there dropping stuff off at the thrift store!

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi darling, what an incredible find. Your table is gorgeous, love the centerpiece.. hugs ~lynne~

Shelia said...

Hi Christine! Oh, no one but you could put together a medical doctor father's day table! The little figurine is perfect and I've never seen dishes like yours before and you even have the glasses! :)
Hope you're doing well and I'm loving seeing those little grands of yours on FB!
be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

D said...

Hi, Christine,
Thanks for stopping by to see me today. Are you enjoying your pool in this hot weather? I sure would be.
I'm sure John really appreciated the beautiful "doctor" table you set for him for Father's Day.

Lady Linda said...

What a nice tribute to your husband. My husband is a pharmacist and would get a kick out of your dishes and glasses. Very creative.

Kathleen said...

Great table for a great guy! Love the doc figure and those glasses with the Rx are perfect!

The Tablescaper said...

Such a perfect table.

- The Tablescaper

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