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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...:)

Far Above Rubies

Christmas is not too far away so time to share your favorite Christmas tablescape with your favorite everyday pottery!

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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!"

Happy to Design

Love simple white pottery dishes with Christmas greenery and black/white ribbons!

Finding Home

Love the red cardinal on these Colonial Williamsburg Christmas plates!

Between Naps on the Porch

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.


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