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Just wow...these are my favorite go-to everyday pottery dishes and this tablescape is stunning! Thinking it might be duplicated...:)
Christmas is not too far away so time to share your favorite Christmas tablescape with your favorite everyday pottery!
What a beautiful table setting, Ellene.
I know...right? I love Franciscan Apple Pottery, have a 14 piece place setting (thanks to my sweet mom!) but I've never decked out the table looking like this! And, I love red. So...this tablescape is calling my name! :)
Not sure what pattern these dishes are but they make for a fun Christmas event! Be sure and read their story...A Christmas Tea.
What a Christmas setting it is and that is a lovely story to go with it. Yes, it's always fun to decorate with friends or family.
Oh Shirley, if you loved that Christmas setting - look at this one called: A "Woodlands Christmas!" The blogger says, "These beautiful salad/dessert plates are called "Winter Greetings" and are manufactured by Lenox. Ohhh...just look at those sweet little chickadees! I decided to pair the Christmas salad/dessert plate with a solid red dinner plate...simple...informal!"
Love simple white pottery dishes with Christmas greenery and black/white ribbons!
Love the red cardinal on these Colonial Williamsburg Christmas plates!
Candy Land Christmas Tablescape with Blue Hill Pottery
The blue plates and bowls are from a local Blue Hill pottery shop.
Pretty, and love the candy Christmas trees.
Me too, Shirley! I think red and blue makes for a refreshing change from the traditional red and green - even though I love those colors too at Christmas. :)
Love the green transferware dishes that make up this grand Christmas tablescape, staged at a Historical House Tour.
Oh, I love the train as a center piece. What a good idea for a house full of Grandchildren on Christmas Day. It is a Grand tablescape.