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Sunday, May 1, 2011

FABBY: 1977's STONEWARE NAOMI ROSE

Hi, I'm so happy to be here in this parties I'm going to join!  I'll name them all at the end...think I'm becoming a party animal!
This is a simple tablescape, as looking thru some boxes I had in a small cellar and to my surprise, as I had almost forgotten it, I found my 1977, Anchor Hocking, stoneware, Naomi Rose!  I was so glad to find it and now I'm using it for everyday china, until I get bore with it, but right now, I feel like a kid with a recicled old doll!  
I'm linking and thanking the hostesses to the following parties I will be linking to, this week:
Amaze me Monday  at:  http://dittledattle.blogspot.com/
Mellow Yellow Monday at:  http://mellowyellowmonday.blogspot.com/
Marty's Table Top Tuesday at:  http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com/
 Here's the Anchor Hocking, stoneware china, stylish in those, days!  I have it for 12 place settings, they came 4 places in a box and so we bought 3 boxes in NY, Bloomingdale's in 1977.
 The white porcelain flower base was my grandmother Stella's. I also found these glasses in the boxes, they were not that old, maybe from the 90's.  The pretty green and baige placemats are organza, with embroidered finials, they're made in India. I placed them, narrow side up, as in a round table, the rectangular, or square kind, don't feet correctly.
 I only found four glasses and this are some of the plates and cups.  Oh, look, there's one chipped...shocks!, who cares, there's 11 more of those!


 The flower base.  I love it because it's white and goes so well in a small table like this one!

 This plant was my Mil's, she was growing it her kitchen from a big one she had and I brought it home and it's grown so much since, it's quite big and pretty.
 The cup shape it's almost like a mug with plate.
 The dinner plate with a very 70's stoneware pattern...I think is still cute!  The flatware is German, ERITING: Hermeysil silverglanz, this is what it says in the back of the soup spoon and it was given to us by my Bil and his wife on our wedding in 1975.
 The salad plate.
 The plate setting with it's soup bowl, or corn flake bowl, it's kind of small.

   The flower base, the cup and saucer and glass.
White Wednesday at:  http://www.fadedcharmcottage.blogspot.com/

40 comments:

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

So pretty. How wonderful to have this lovely china stored away and find it and start using it again. Those placemats are so pretty. llaurie

Kim, USA said...

Oh wow I so love this dishes. Such a great tablescape. Love it!

MYM

Mary said...

Beautiful table! Thank you for sharing this on Masterpiece Monday. Have a great week, Mary :O)

Rosetta said...

Cara Fabby,hai creato una tavola semplice e per questo delicata,fresca e bella!Baci,Rosetta

Marigene said...

I think it is great you found this set of dishes packed away...must have felt like opening a gift. Beautiful table, Fabby.

Ispirato Design said...

Ha that's so funny- I just did the same thing...found a box of china that I had completely forgotten about! Very nice tablescape. You have inspired me to play around with some designs of my own! Thanks for stopping by today :)

Alycia Nichols said...

Hi, Fabby! Sorry to get around so late to see last week's posts. I am so busy preparing to move to Georgia. It is getting harder and harder to find time to sit down and do anything fun! :-( Your table is so pretty, as always! I'm taking this week off from Tablescape Thursday, but I hope to get a chance to check in on you. Take care!

Vivienne @ the V Spot said...

Super pretty! I love the pattern on the dishes!

Heather said...

Hello! I wanted to stop by and say "thank you" for visiting my blog! How fun to find a box filled with pretty dishes. This is a wonderful tablescape!

texas_sweetie said...

hi thanks for the visit on my blog. those Naomi Rose dishes of yours look vintage and classy. I love them. For sure you will love using them over and over again for a long period of time. Have a nice MYM!

Farah Muzaffar said...

Hi Fabby... it really looks lovely love the shades you use for the tablescape they are quite unusual but looks great...
Hope you would like to pay a visit to me at
http://craftaworld.blogspot.com/
Love
Farah

Pamela Gordon said...

Hi Fabby, your 70's stoneware is very pretty. I have never seen this pattern before. Have a great week! Pamela

Mildred said...

Very attractive! Everything compliments each other.

Kathleen said...

Beautiful, Fabby! Such pretty placemats too!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Fabby, such beautiful dishes and your tablescape is gorgeous. Your flower centerpiece is just perfect. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Sally Lee by the Sea said...

I love your white dishes - gorgeous! Glad you found them :O)

xinex said...

Beautiful tablescape, Fabby. I love the organza placemats and your flowers and the plant are just lovely. Doesn't it feel good to open boxes and see some nice forgotten items that you can use again?...Christine

Allyson Pecilunas said...

Very pretty! I just found your blog and am your newest follower, come check me out if you get a chance. I am off to read more!

~Allyson~

bj said...

O, what beautiful dishes. I just love them. Your table is so pretty..you did such a great job.
xoxo bj

deb said...

so very very pretty...you are lucky to have those dishes!!!

deb said...

so very very pretty...you are lucky to have those dishes!!!

Deanna said...

soft green and pink are so very pretty together.
Puts me in a Spring mood!

Like what you put together to celebrate fellowship at the table.

God bless and may you have a sweet life,
d

Zoey said...

How nice to discover a "new" set of dishes and with such a pretty pattern. They are perfect for spring/summer. I like the shade of green you used for the mats.

The whole table says spring to me.

Jo said...

Hey Fabby,love the pinks and the whites,and I was looking at the post before this one I reallly love those dishes,and my mouth is watering for some of the golden bread.
~JO
LazyonLoblolly

classic • casual • home said...

Pretty table. Love the glasses, too.

Jem said...

Thanks so much for stopping by my blog today, I've really enjoyed taking a peek at your tablescape! I love those dishes!

Sue said...

Fabby, It's always fun to unearth something and begin using it again! I wish I could do better at growing things- I recently bought a plant identical to yours. It's already starting to look dried up- aagghh.... I have a brown thumb!
~ Sue

Maria Andrade said...

Hi Fabby!
Thanks for visiting my blog today with your nice words.
Your table arrangements are always so beautiful!
So, you had forgotten about this delightful china? What a nice surprise you must have had!
I'm your newest follower.
Um abraço

Vintage Home said...

So pretty ...& fun all your touches make it a memorable spot!

Here On Crow Creek said...

Fabby they are so beautiful! I love how they are displayed:)

Marlis said...

Fabby, this is lovely china. I love that you found it and shared it with us. Your choice of placemats, glasses and silver are perfect with it. Love your white vase too. It's the perfect size. Great table Fabby, happy mother's day sunday! Hope it brings you many blessings.

Pat said...

Beautiful table Fabby. I love how the flower on the plate mirrors the Alstroemeria bouquet.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Beautiful pinks and greens! That plant looks like a "maiden's hair" plant, so delicate and pretty.

Katherine

elizabeth said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog and for your kind comment. So fun to see your vintage dishes!

Eileen said...

How lovely! Thanks so much for stopping by to visit my blog and following ~ it gave me an opportunity to discover your blog. I just LOVE all your dishes. I am a huge dish lover, too. :) I'm your latest follower.

The Tablescaper said...

So pretty. It's great when you unpack surprises you already had.

Thanks for your comment on my tea pots for a royal breakfast. I've since posted a lot more of our royal breakfast and thought you might like to come back and take a look.

- The Tablescaper

Brayton Homestead Interiors said...

love your table setting. Of course I am very partial to pink and porcelain together. It sings and sparkles.
coming from White Wednesday...

Karen

Carol said...

What pleasure to find these again! The colors on your table are lovely!

3generations said...

Love your Anchor Hocking glasses! My mom has some turquoise ones she hasn't even used on the blog yet! I think they are so striking in any color!
-Andrea, tablescapex3 :)

Denise said...

Hi Fabby!

Your table looks so pretty! Pink and green is really pretty this time of year. I love your silver salt and pepper shakers and your neat glasses. The green plant in your pictures reminds me of a maidenhair fern. Please stop by my blog and see the Mother's Day tablescape if you get a chance. Have a great weekend!

Denise at Forest Manor