Hello everyone! I hope you are enjoying this cooler Fall weather. It's still pretty warm here in Florida but it gets a little cooler after a rain.
Although I am still pretty busy cleaning up after the hurricane, I made time to create my second Fall tablescape. This time I decided to use brown transferware for the plates.
The table cloth is by April Cornell.
For the dinner plates, I used Johnson Bros, Historic America series in "Massachusettes" pattern.
For the salad plates, I mixed and matched them, 4 are from the Historic America series, 2 Royal Staffordshire bowls and 2 acorn shaped plates.
I picked some santan flowers (also known as ixora) from our garden to use as part of my centerpiece. I surrounded the vase with chicken S & P shakers, some votive candle holders and a squirrel.
The napkin rings used are a wooden brown acorn and 2 green ceramic veggies, an asparagus and an artichoke alternating one another.
I bought the square beaded placemats from a thrift shop in Utah.
The bone flatware are from Horchow.
A pineapple S& P shakers given to me by my stepdaughter.
The whole house is decorated for Fall too. I just want to show you a few pictures.
For tea, I took out the brown transferware tea set to blend with the dinnerware. I dug out my lighted amber tree from the garage. I bought it from Kirkland's many years ago when we still lived in Natchez, MS.
And there it is, another fall table. I hope you like it. Thank you so much for your visit and thanks to all the hostesses throwing all these fun memes that I am joining.
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