Friday, October 6, 2017

2nd Fall Table using Transferware Plates, 2017

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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  1. Your table, and home, look so beautiful and festive!! I'm so glad you stopped by as I had no idea if you were still blogging. I have to scroll back to read some of your previous posts to catch up. Your family and home were safe in the hurricane, I hope. The gulf shore is to be hit by Hurricane Nate some time tonight. I'll pray for all of you.

    Let's catch up!

    Janie xxx

  2. Beautiful Fall decoration and gorgeous porcelain.Wonderful pieces!!!Love your ixoras!Hugs!

  3. Christine, I love the santan flowers. So pretty and unique. I like different flowers! Your tablecloth is so pretty, too and you have styled your table beautifully as usual. I need some fall goblets and silverware. I realized I haven't bought anything new for fall tablescapes and I need to.
    I lost my blogroll sometime back. Never knew why it disappeared and I have missed so many bloggers like you.
    Love your transferware plates and your entire fall tablescape.

  4. Hi, Christine! Amazing how you can find the strength and time to create beautiful tablescapes in the midst of all the cleanup from the crazy hurricane! You have the fortitude of 1000 women!!!!!! I am very fond of the Massachussetts pattern. It's just so homey! It really has a "come-in-and-make-yourself-at-home" quality to it. I LOVE those flowers!!! I don't think I've ever heard of them, but they're beautiful!!! Probably can't grow them here in the land of ice and snow, though. Best wishes in your continued quest to recover from the storm. I know it's a chore. :-(

  5. Your table setting exudes autumn elegance! I'm also loving the brown transferware teapot with the cute little feet.

  6. Love the browns transferware Christine. Everything looks so nice as always. I hope that you are about finished with the clean up from Irma. Hugs and blessings, Cindy

  7. The transferware is so pretty and I love that flatware. Thank you for sharing with us this week at Celebrate Your Story and we hope you will join us again next week.

  8. I love your transferware tablescape, Christine. How I love your flatware, too. Your whole house looks so beautifully decorated for Fall. Your teapot is soooo pretty! I love the shape of it, and it looks lovely on you small table.

  9. Christine, your autumn tablescape is fabulous! The brown transferware is perfect for the season, but I like how you've mixed it with other patterns instead of going into overkill with it!

  10. Hi Christine...I am always a transferware lover, and fall is a wonderful time for that. I love your tea pot and teacups, and the little amber tree is so cute! I had forgotten your husband also has Parkinson's too...every day is an adventure, isn't it? Have a lovely week and thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

  11. What a beautiful fall table setting- love the April Cornell tablecloth. Love the dishes you chose and those flowers are beautiful! I like your fall decorating. I see you have the Polish Pottery pumpkins now too! I finally went back and got one. Have a great weekend!

  12. Thank you for sharing your lovely tablescape at TFT. I featured and pinned! I hope you will sign up for the give thanks tablescape tour. xo

  13. Dear Christine:
    What an amazing fall table setting and your plates are so wonderful. I love all the items you are featuring in the center and the April C tablecloth. Thank you for sharing your lovely flowers also! No blog party here this week though as my computer is in a crisis! In for repairs!

  14. This is such a pretty table setting! I love your transfer ware plates! Look for your feature this coming week with Thursday Favorite Things!


  15. Oh I adore your brown transferware and all your dishes you have chosen for this great setting. You have the most amazing dishes my friend, I am a fan.
    I'm so glad I came by, I'm having fun visiting you posts I haven't seen, life and business get on the way. I'm so glad you are clean from the hurricane, really bad news.

  16. awesome blog.thanks for sharing it.


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