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/