Thursday, December 8, 2011

Vintage Poinsettia Tablescape

My vintage tablescape features a poinsettia tablecloth that had belonged to my mother. I am so happy to use it in my tablescape since my mother is no longer living.  The tablecloth had been in her linen closet for a long time and not being using. My father said it needed a new home and gave it to me. 



The two Fitz and Floyd Santa plates are pieces I have had a number of years, they are Father Christmas and Vintage Santa.


The table is set for a dinner for two. I am using red chargers, white dinner plates, and clear salad plates.







The two vintages water goblets are Candlewick and had also belonged to my mother.



Evening is approaching and I am ready to light the red candles.


Thanks for stopping by - Judy

Linking too:
Common Ground
http://modvintagelife.blogspot.com/
http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/
http://thetablescaper.blogspot.com/2011/12/seasonal-sundays-79-last-sunday-of.html

6 comments:

  1. What a pretty table! Love your Santa plates and the family pieces are lovely and so special I bet. That tablecloth is beautiful too. It is all wonderful...when can I come over for some fudge? I would love to sit there! Merry Christmas and thank you for stopping by my blog. I'm following now. Kristine

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  2. You can't beat vintage pieces at Christmas time, they evoke such wonderful memories.
    I also like the Fitz & Floyd items that you have, they are timeless.

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  3. Judy ,

    you have such beautiful vintage pieces. I love the santa face plates. how perfect they are..

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  4. A lovely table setting - love your poinsettia table cloth - I also have my mother's Christmas cloth and I treasure it - so much that I won't let anyone near it :) Thanks for sharing, I found your link at The Tablescaper.

    Mary

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  5. I just love your poinsettia tablecloth. Nice collection of santa plates. Merry Christmas! Pat

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  6. I adore your tablecloth..I have a similar one from my Grandma...its' so fun to use on my breakfast room table. I usually use it for Christmas brunch with some of my poinsettia dishes. Your table is so beautiful..love your stemware and the Santa dishes you have added. Such a fun and festive table for the holidays!!Love your blog and I'm your newest follower! Merry Christmas!
    Miss Bloomers

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