Sunday, March 10, 2013

FABBY: Happy St. Patrick's Day!!

Hello my sweet Irish and non Irish bloggie friends!

Wishing everyone a wonderful St. Patrick's Day, as if I was still living in NY, I will be celebrating among all my friends..the ones Irish and the ones, like me, who are not! I remember all the fun, as Astoria-Queens was an Irish-Italian neighborhood while I was growing up and now it's Greek! I'm having a little luck of the Irish for making this table to celebrate St. Patty's Day, as my china has "shamrocks" decorated in it, and was made back at our Ceramic Company. My inspiration for designing this pattern are the blouses of the Indigenous women of this area, Cuenca-Ecuador, where they have shamrocks embroidered in the ends of the sleeves!..I wonder if they just did it for the luck, as we believe a four leaf-clover found is the biggest luck!..anyway, I love shamrocks, with 3 or 4 clovers. Happy St. Patty's to all you darlings!!

I will be joining that Irish lass, Kathleen, at Let's Dish; she's having this great challenge Wednesday-March 13, 2013. I will also be joining other wonderful ladies that host exciting parties as well...I'm sure everyone will have great posts for St. Pat's honor. Hope you show us your greens, too and join the fun!

My greens in honor of St. Patty's Day.

The tablecloth is a silk brocade, Italian vintage that belonged to my Mil and for this table I used the reverse side of it, as it's great looking too, and with lots of greens, which is why I decided to use the back side. The right side of it, as is; is mostly in golds.

I placed my reticulated chargers with the salad plates and sherbets, as this china has shamrocks in most pieces.

I took this shot from inside my kitchen.
The big round platter has some "lucky Irish coins!"

The platter with shamrocks and lucky chocolate coins.

I use this piece, with shamrocks in the finials; as a creamer, for milk, as a gravy boat and even for pancake syrup, as it has a peak too.
You can see from here the wide strips of green in the "vintage silk Italian tablecloth.

The friends that have followed me lately, know that I got this green goblets on an after C'mas sale and I loved them for St. Patty's too!
Here you can appreciate the shamrocks in the sherbet and the plate. The shamrocks in the napkin rings was DIYed by me, lol..

I DIYed the shamrock on the napkin rings. I used my lace cream color napkins, as to match the reticulated ivory-cream chargers. Lots of greens on this side of the silk tablecloth.

I also got this great long dome in the same after C'mas sale, where I got the green goblets. The teacup has a pumpkin shape. 

The pretty Venetian green with gold vintage water glasses, with the white part embossed.. I just got them last month, among red ones too; as one of my 38th. Anniversary gifts from Alejandro.
I also added to the flowers, some deliciously scented white Jazmin, from our condo's garden. (the Mr. is not liking the smell of them, lol)

I love the medallion the tablecloth has in the center of it. The gold coins, with an Irish American president's profile; you know, Mr. JF Kennedy... and they're chocolate, yummy too!  My grands love them..heheheheee..

Some fresh made bread from the store to have with our tea, or coffee, cheese and marmalade...yummy!

I tell ya..if I wasn't that short, (5'2) I'd take better shots with more altitude!

The reticulated hurricanes here, also came with my set of 12 complete place settings of these dishes. The chandy is Venetian antique from the 20's.
Here you have table scape in honor of St. Patrick's Day, the "Patron Saint of  Irland"...and of course, may you all have a "happy and lucky St. Pat's Day", whether you are Irish or not.



Thank you my sweet and kind friends for your wonderful comments, as you always make my day!

Thanking the great hostesses for having me at their exciting parties each week.

Alma for her St. Patrick's Day Seasonal Sunday at,

Marty for Table Top Tuesday at,

Lass Kathleen for Let's Dish at, of course, for her St. Patrick's Day 2013 challenge, on Wednesday night, on the 13th of March.

Dolly for The Creative Blog Hop at,
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Between Naps On the Porch I will be participating in Tablescape Thursday at, Between Naps on the Porch.



Barbara F. said...

Beautiful as always, Fabby. That silk tablecloth is a gorgeous heirloom. xo

Ann@A Sentimental Life said...

What a gorgeous setting. I think your guest will think they got the luck of the Irish!

My Cozy Casita said...

Beautiful tablescape for St.Patrick's Day

Ricki Jill Treleaven said...

Oooooo Fabby! LOVE the table!!! The pottery is so cute! I love the shamrocks and the colors in it still available? And wow, that tablecloth is a treasure!!! Everything on the table is lovely, truly.

Have a blessed Sunday!


NanaDiana said...

Fabby-- Noone sets a table like you do. You have the most fabulous collections of china I have ever seen. You are a store!!! That china with the shamrocks is just gorgeous. I have never seen anything like it. I as raised in Irish community so LOVE all things Irish. Great idea to turn the tablecloth over-it works perfectly that way.
Blessings to you and Happy Sunday- xo Diana

Snap said...

Gorgeous St. Patrick's Day table, Fabby! I love green (my favorite color). The little shamrocks on your dishes and great color -- wonderful!


Ann Krucek said...

Beautiful!! I love the china, very colorful and cheerful pattern. Your table looks gorgeous as always!!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

The details on your table are amazing! I love it all! Your dining chairs are just gorgeous Fabby...hugs, Penny

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Love your St.Patrick's table.....especially the little shamrocks popping up here and there! Thanks for your sweet visit to my table this week too!

Ruth Kelly said...

Oooooooh, can I come to your party. Love your decorations and table settings - just fabulous.

Sarah said...

Another fabulous tablescape from, Fabby! No doubt your guest will feel as if they found the pot of gold. All your pretty dishes, the exquisite linens, every detail is perfect. Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

Diane said...

Wow Fabby your table is stunning! Simply elegant, love all the green....very Irish indeed. Diane

kitty said...

What a spectacular table, dear Fabby! Your dish pattern is so pretty and I love your flower arrangement. Happy St. Patrick's Day to you.

Gayle Page-Robak said...

What an absolutely beautiful table setting...just gorgeous! TFS.

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
You are something else lady; enough material to fill several magazines with fabulous table settings!
Happy St. Patrick's day to you as well.

SarahGeorge said...

Beautiful table setting as always:-) I love the flowers:-) They are so fresh and beautiful.Thank you for your kind visit and comment, Ms Fabby.It was really encouraging.

SarahGeorge said...

Beautiful table setting Ms Fabby. I love the flowers:-) They are so fresh and beautiful.
Thank you for stopping by my blog, and your sweet comment made my day:-)

SavannahGranny said...

Oh Fabby, This table makes my heart go
"Pat, Pat, Pat!"ricks Day. I so love everything that came out of your ceramics factory. These plates are so joyful with the beautiful flowers and shamrocks. I just kept staring at the reticulated hurricanes, they are just awesome. I do remember your finding the green stems but I didn't remember the lovely dome. So beautiful holding the breads.
Have a blessed St. Patrick's day.
Love to you, Ginger

Beth said...

Hi Fabby, Your tablescape is elegant and beautiful. Love the tablecloth. I have napkins very similar to yours; I actually purchased mine in Ireland. Lovely tablescape (as always)!

Tea in Texas said...

Gorgeous and so elegant! Every part of this table says sit down and enjoy . The layer of plates is perfect for St Patrick's Day. I always love your tablescapes and the tablecloth is beautiful. Pam

Antiques And Teacups said...

Very nice Fabby! I like the green majolica and your shamrock napkin rings are so cute! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!

Lavender Cottage said...

Pretty tablescape, perfect for a St. Paddy's meal.

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hello Fabby,
What a fabulous St. Patrick's Day table! Love your napkins with your DIYed shamrocks; very cute and festive! Thank you for coming to tea and Happy St. Patrick's Day.


SmilingSally said...

Faith and begorrah, Fabby. Your table of St. Parry's mixed with blue is close to perfect!

Thanks for sharing this beautiful blue.

(As soon as I leave this comment, I'll fix your link.)

Happy Blue Monday!

Isabelle Thornton said...

What a great table. Wow. I will be coming for dinner :) thanks for linking my talented friend!

Mary said...

What a gorgeous table! Your guests will be thrilled to join you for the holiday. I hope your week is off to a great start. Have a good day. Blessings...Mary

Diane said...

Fabby - once, again, you have outdone yourself with your fabulous dishes! Who knew that shamrocks would have been worn in Ecuador?? St. Patrick would be thrilled with your table. How nice to have a beautiful tablecloth that you can reverse and those anniversary glasses are gorgeous! May the luck of the Irish be with you and all of us on St. Pat's Day!!

Patty said...

I love your greens, Fabby, and your shamrock napkin rings!!

Cindy said...

What a beautiful table you have set, once again, Fabby. I love the greens and the wonderful chargers. You do have the pretty tableware I have ever seen.
Thank you for visiting my blog and for your thoughtful comments. I do appreciate your friendship.

SwedishCorner ~ DownUnder...Pernilla said...

Lovely table setting, Fabby - as always! Such a nice treat to come and visit your blog ~Pernilla x

Liz@ Infuse With Liz said...

What a beautifully elegant St. Patrick's Day table! Your tablecloth is so beautiful. Love the dishes and the green stemware. I like your shamrocks- they turned out great!
Happy St. Paatrick's Day!

chateau chic said...

Fabby, Your table is perfect for St. Patrick's Day! Love it, and I'm sure you'll have a ball celebrating.
Mary Alice

Liz Hockamier said...

An amazing table! :)
Your home is so over the top beautiful. Thanks for sharing it.
Have a great week! :)


Ivy and Elephants said...

It is just gorgeous, Fabby! So very elegant and perfect for this entire season with just a few changes hear and there. Genius!

Holly Lefevre (504 Main) said...

That is absolutely gorgeous...I am loving the greens and those glasses!

Zuni, Chickadee Home Nest said...

My goodness, Querida Fabby, I just don't know where to begin! Your tables are always filled with absolutely beautiful pieces, but this one might top them all! The tablecloth, the dishes from your factory, the reticulated chargers, the glasses sweet Alejandro gave you, the's all so beautiful! Oh, how I'd love to be a part of this wonderful gathering that will take place around this table! Some day you'll have to show us where you keep it all! Precioso todo, Fabby! Hugs to you, ~Zuni

KathyB. said...

Fabby, I LOVE your post and the table-setting! I think your shamrock china is amazing and the creative way you set the table, with your sense of humor throughout the post make me wish I could have a cup of tea with you in person.

Happy Saint Patrick's day to you and yours.

Pie said...

Beautiful photos.

My Blue Monday.

Anonymous said...

What a wonderful table. I love the colour combination !!
Thank you so much for your sweet visit and comment !!
Have a great day !!

Lisa said...

This is simply breathtaking! Every element in it is perfect - and the gold coin plate is genius! Hope you can stop by the enchanted oven.

Suzan Sweatman said...

Absolutely STUNNING - you amaze me with the way you put all of these together........
How many dinner sets do you have, exactly lol?

Terri said...

Happy St. Paddy's Day!
You have taken the celebration to a new level! Your mix of colors and textures create such a vibrant and fun table! You always pick the best combinations! Wish I was coming to your party : )

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Fabby, I absolutely love every one of your wonderful tablescapes. This one is so elegant and so beautifully set for the holiday. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Hugs, Marty

Veronica Roth said...

Holy smokes Fabby, I want to come have tea at your house! That whole setting looks like an Irish fantasy. Absolutely lovely. :)

Tricia said...

Wow, those dishes with shamrocks are spectacular -- and, of course, perfect for St. Patrick's Day! You always set such lovely and colorful tables -- and I appreciate the stories behind your lovely treasures that you share with us.

Wanda Lee said...

Hello there Fabby,

Love your elegant St. Patrick's themed teatime post. I especially love the stemware, napkins and DIY Shamrock napkin holders. Your lovely plates, cream ware pitcher, green goblets and plates. What lovely flowers, candles and candle sticks, and awesome sparkly chandelier as well.. Although it is all delightfully charming, festive and pretty!... I loved your delightfully charming covered 'dinner roll' dish as well. Also enjoyed your classic, yet whimsical little extra touches of the St. Patrick's day themed detail of the chocolate covered lucky golden coins as well.

Thanks for you visit and lovely words dear Fabby...Have a happy St. Patrick's Day and a wonderful week.

Cheers, blessings and hugs from Wanda Lee

Astoria Girl said...

Your table is gorgeous!

Marina said...

Wow, it looks so great! It will be one great celebration!

Chubby Chieque said...

Goodness, preciousa Mia!!!

If you don't mind, pls send the coffee/tea set for me, thanks? LoL*

Even GH said, that your collections are one great to drool over. Ha ha! Men can appreciate too, huh?


I love when you visit me too. But, I am so busy with my job this days, so. not so active blog roaming.

But I will do on the week-end.

ENjoy the rest of the week and GB to you and DH as well as the girls.

/CC girl

The French Hutch said...

Happy St. Patrick's day Fabby, from an Irish friend, well part Irish from my mom! Wow, you sure went all out with this gorgeous tablescape. I love your tablecloth, gorgeous. The shamrock plates are adorable. Of course the entire dining room is gorgeous and I can't take my eyes off the stunning chandelier! I remember when you received it and had it hung. As always, a fabulous post!!!!

The French Hutch

Vel Criste said...

This table set up is simply divine Fabby! I love, love the green goblets, I started collecting vintage green glass like you goblets, hope I can chance upon a similar set for my collection. Your house is so elegant, love it! Thanks for stopping by too!

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Shelia said...

Oh, my goodness, Fabby! This table is gorgeous. I never think of a St. Patty's day table as gorgeous - but yours is! I love the beautiful tablecloth and your dishes. Oh, you do have the most gorgeous dishes and your little touches of the shamrocks are darling! Your goblets are so beautiful too! I would love to sit down at your table with you! :) Hope you're doing well.
Be a sweetie,
Shelia :0

Kristen said...

Wow! This is quite a fabulous St. Patrick's Day table setting!

Lisa @ Flour Me With Love said...

Absolutely beautiful Fabby! I'd love to come to your house one day and just look at all the beautiful china dishes :) Thanks so much for sharing at Mix it Monday!

xinex said...

Everything is so beautiful, Fabby, from the tablecloth to the centerpiece and even the coins,You dinnerware that you designed are gorgeous. Love the colors. As usual, another fabulous table, which is to be expected from you...Christine

VMG206 said...

Your whole room is amazing! I love those white lacy dishes... swoon! TFS!
I found you today at DIY By Design's Linky. I hope you get a chance to stop by my blog and leave a comment, too!
~ Megin of VMG206

Magnolia Cottage said...

Dear Fabby,
Your St. Patties day table setting is gorgeous. I love your shamrocks & napkins, china and goblets. Your chandy is stunning. Thanks for sharing.

Deanna said...

GOSH Fabby,
You have set the most beautiful table!
Love the green for St Patty's day.
The plate of gold coins hit the spot and gives me a great idea to share in my own home.

Thank you for sharing.
Wishing you all the best!
God bless,
d on the kansas prairie

Crystal Grandeur said...

Such a fabulous table setting Fabby...when it comes to setting an table for feast no one can beat are so generous in everything. your dishes are unique and gorgeous always...I don't know much About St Patrick day...Wishing you a Happy StPatty's day...Love sujatha..:):)

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Absolutely beautiful, the shots of the chandy through the door and hanging over the table are fabulous! Love the napkin rings and those gold coins full of luck right?
fondly ~Lynne~

Pat@BPM said...

Happy St Paddy's Day, Fabby! Your table is beautiful!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Your table is very pretty Fabby! Love the great green glasses:@)

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

You probably hear this quite a bit, but I'll say it again. You have such beautiful and unique pieces. I could look at your blog for hours ;o) Another beautiful table. Happy St. Patrick's Day. xo Debbie

Dolly Sarrio said...

Fabby Just Beautiful!

Sarah said...

Fabby, stopping back by to wish you a Happy St. Patrick's Day! ~ Sarah

martinealison said...

Un très bel hommage à Saint-Patrick !
Je mettrais bien dans mon escarcelle quelques pièces en chocolat ! Oh ! non ! plutôt dans mon "bec" !...
J'aime cette très belle harmonie de couleurs qui domine dans l'ensemble de vos photos.
Et ces petits pains ronds !... décidément vous êtes aujourd'hui une tentatrice ma chère amie.
Une très belle page.
Gros bisous à vous.

On Crooked Creek said...

Thank you for sharing this exquisite Saint Patrick's Day Tablescape!!! I adore your Italian tablecloth!!! My favorite has to be how you've added the reticulated ivory cream chargers and lace napkins to accentuate the shamrocks and china of your tablescape!!!
Happy Saint Patrick's Day!!!

Jewel Sauls said...

Wow! Gorgeous!!! I love the Italian silk tablecloth and that china is breathtaking!! Gorgeous Venetian glassware - great anniversary present! I love fragrant flowers but my husband always complains too! Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Alycia Nichols said...

Hi, Fabby! I'm glad you pointed out that President Kennedy was represented on the coins. I couldn't see that until you said that. Wow! Those are some serious chocolate coins! I don't think I've ever seen them with an actual President on them!!! :-) Your ceramics company really made a lot of cool china! I'm so glad you kept a lot of it to share with us each week. It's neat to see all the original designs! I had no idea the shamrock was a part of your country's culture!!!!! I learn something new every day on here!!! This is a really elegantly appointed table, Miss Fabby! Party this weekend like you're back in New York!!!! :-)

podso said...

Fabby this table is gorgeous. I love the overall look of green and there are so many marvelous details that bring it all together and are fun to look at. I hope you have a party at this table. I was thinking how much creativity you have to go through your cabinets and pull out things that look so well together. It's like art! Thank you for sharing. Wondering what menu you will have!
Hope you're having a good week,


GratefulPrayerThankfulHeart said...

Hello Fabby!

How I have enjoyed scrolling through each photo to see the wonderful accents you have included in your beautiful table! The plate of golden coins,the green swirled candles, the beautiful flowers and of course, the gorgeous dishes all work together for a perfect look!

Gina said...

Oh Fabby, your table is stunning! I love your plates...they are beautiful! That tablecloth provides the perfect backdrop.

P.S. I completely understand the lack of aerial views. I'm short too!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It is all gorgeous my friend! Love the lucky chocolate coins and having your gorgeous chandelier over the table adds to the beauty! Sweet hugs!

Bonnie said...

Fabby, You set a beautiful table. Your dishes are great for your theme. Such a pretty pattern and great colors.

Your napkins rings are darling and aren't you smart to make them. I spied your gorgeous chandy right away. So beautiful.

Your tablescloth is lovely and showcases all your lovely pieces.

Marlis said...

Fabby, this table is awesome!!! I just love every little thing about it. The reticulated chargers, your shamrock dishes, the candles, the gorgeous gorgeous chandelier, and your gorgeous tablecloth. Happy St. Pat's and may all blessings come your way.. xo marlis

Rosemary and Thyme said...

Wow Fabby. Your table is just gorgeous.. What a great table to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. I love the gold coins. Stunning.

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
Gorgeous and so elegant! Every part of this table says sit down and enjoy . The layer of plates is perfect for St Patrick's Day. I always love your tablescapes and the tablecloth is beautiful. Thanks so much for your sweet comments on my St.Patrick's Day tablescape, hope you and your family have a wonderful week.
XXOO Diane

Carole said...

Another stunner Fabby! Hope the week is treating you well.

Maria C said...

Fabby - This may be my absolutely favorite tablescape on your blog! Love that tablecloth, the dishes, and let's not forget that magnificent chandelier! What a perfect St. Patrick's Day table!!!

Mari said...

Ok where to begin...
Hummmm it's all beautiful eye candy....
Loveeeee your gorgeous table setting....
Just over the top beautiful...
Have a great weekend...


Pamela Gordon said...

Fabby, your table is gorgeous! I love the pattern from your former factory for it's bright colours and the creamware is a beautiful solid accent. Happy St. Pat's Day to you. (I'm not Irish either.) It's fun to celebrate though. Hugs, Pamela

Diann said...

Your tablescape took my breath away Fabby! Such a beautiful and elegant table for St. Patrick's Day! Thank you for sharing at TTF. Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

Marigene said...

Absolutely gorgeous table, Fabby...and those dishes are beautiful.
You have inherited so many beautiful this one.

Rebecca said...

Honestly, Fabby, I'm not sure I've ever seen tables as varied, full, colorful, tasteful & elegant as you set them! You are amazing - and this St. Patrick's tablescape is NO exception!

And now....
May your neighbors respect you,
Trouble neglect you,
The angels protect you,
And heaven accept you.
(An Irish blessing)

Natasha In Oz said...

You have the most beautiful things Fabby! I just love looking at your collections of tableware-you must have a huge cupboard!

Hope your weekend is wonderful and Happy St Patrick's day!

Best wishes,
Natasha in Oz

Babs said...

Fabby, I'm loving your beautiful table and wishing you a very Happy St. Patrick's Day.

RobinfromCA said...

I am always so envious of your beautiful dishes! This table is just perfect for St. Patrick's Day - love those beautiful dishes with the shamrocks. I also really love your green Venetian glasses. Your hubby is a real keeper!
Have a lovely weekend!

Karen Mary Butterfly said...

Fabby, Fabby, Fabby!!! Just beautiful!! I am going to be dreaming about that gorgeous table and chandelier for days to come!

Entertaining Women said...

I'm always amazed by the designs that came from your ceramic company...these are beautiful, too! Gorgeous tablescape for St. Pat's Day. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

Fabby, Whenever you show dishes from your company I am in awe! These are just gorgeous--the colors, the pattern, and the interesting shapes!! But I was a little distracted by your magnificent chandelier!!!! Just a beautiful table and setting, and please pass me a chocolate! Linda

Atelier de Charo said...

Hola Fabby, tu siempre preparando unas mesas super especiales! Me encantó el detalle de las monedas. Happy ST. Patrick Day!

Un besote

Jessica @ A Humble Creation said...

Stunning table, Fabby! Thank you for inspiring us at A New Creation link party. Every detail is just perfect and your dishes are such a lovely collection!

Kathleen said...

Fabby, this is a delightful celebration for St. Patrick's Day! The colorful dishes, the flowers, the food, all wonderful!
Thanks so much for linking to the blog crawl! It wouldn't be the same without your take on this holiday!

Kim~madeinaday said...

Very nice And I Love your header!!!Thanks for linking up at Made in a Day last week!

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

Wow! Fabby, you really went all out! Love the gorgeous dishes and the creative way you added the runner - all is marvelous - I do appreciate you sharing with Home and Garden Thursday,

Natasha In Oz said...

Thanks so much for sharing this at the Say G'Day Saturday party, Fabby! I love looking at all the gorgeous tablescapes you create.

Hope you to see you again this weekend!

Best wishes,
Natasha in Oz

Chatty Crone said...

Look at all those comments - phew. I just wanted to say - that your table scape was really pretty. And time does fly doesn't it? sandie