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Thursday, November 21, 2013

FABBY: Thanksgiving in the Breakfast Table


Hello sweet friends!

      I said I was gonna share my breakfast table ready for Tksgiving and here it is set for four guests.

I used the dishes made back at our Ceramic Co., Monte Turi. The dishes were inspired in the indigenous people of Ecuador, beautiful hand embroidered apparel. I also designed these patterns and we had 14 pattern desigs and had them hand decorated entirely, besides the fact that they were also 'hand-made' by a Potter's Wheel...for some who don't know what that is, it's just like what Demi Moore was doing in the movie Ghost.

These dishes are multi-colored, but predominantly orange and some cobalt blue in the plate's edges, therefore, I used my newest blue water stems and sherbets to match.

And last, but not least, I chose my beige openwork tablecloth, as the friends that have followed me know I bought it on sale back in July at 50% off.

Ok, here you have it.

The hand made and hand decorated dishes from our former Ceramic Co. I explained about them at the heading of this post.

The lovely tablecloth with the openwork I bought with a 50% off on sale back in July.

The blue water stems I bought a dozen around a month ago, along with the blue sherbets to match...always thinking for my blue and white dishes.

Each place setting has a wicker and cane chargers.

I always find cloches a great centerpiece for a small tables, because they hardly takes up any space, specially if they're raised, like here.


I love the pattern on the dinner plate with the orange center.

Dinner plate, salad plate and bread plate.


To elevate the cloche with the gourds and small pumpkins I used a cake pedestal from the same china.

The candle holders are also part of the china.

This station is set in the marble pull out tray from the antique Belgium buffet, which is a detail the antique pieces had. I'm sure you can hardly see them, but the espresso Peruvian antique spoons are sterling with jade, and were my Mil's.

The cups are small demitasse for espresso coffee for after Tksgiving dinner. Notice the sugar bowl and creamer have ducks in the lids...so cute!

"It's beginning to look like Christmas" too, lol!

 The amber wine glasses are Italian-Mario Santini... and I love them paired with the blue water stems.



Alejandro's grandparents English buffet is decorated for C'mas now. I'm really all decked out, so after the Tksgiving is over, C'mas will be all set to go at our house, lol!

The Christmas tea set was also made back at our Ceramic Co. I designed the pattern from a holiday piece of cloth. I have many pieces like this for the C'mas holidays.


Thank you so much for your wonderful comments my sweet friends, as you always make my day!

Thanking the lovely and gracious hostesses for the great parties they host each week for us.


LOVE,
FABBY

I will be joining:

Open House Party at,  http://nominimalisthere.blogspot.com
Home and Garden Thursday at,  http://adelightsomelife.blogspot.com
Tickled Pink at,  http://504mainbyhollylafevre.blogspot.com
Home Sweet Home Friday at,  http://thecharmofhome.blogspot.com
Inspiration Gallery at,  http://thepícketfence.blogspot.com

Simple and Sweet Friday at,  http://rootedinthyme.blogspot.com
Kathryn for Anything Blue Friday at,  http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com
Frugalicious Friday at,  http://findingfabulous.blogspot.com
Cindy for Show and Tell Friday at,  http://myromantichome.blogspot.com
The Inspiration Gallery at,  http://craftberrybush.blogspot.com
Courtney for Feathered Nest Friday at,  http://frenchcountrycottage.blogspot.com
Foodie Friday at,  http://rattlebridgefarm.blogspot.com
Dolly for Farmgirl Friday at,  http://hibiscushouse.blogspot.com
Fabulous Creative Friday at,  http://jenniferrizzo.blogspot.com

Suzanne for Saturday Sparks Linky Party at,  http://piecedpastimes.blogspot.com
Serenity Saturday at,  http://serenityyou.blogspot.com
From the Farm Blog Hop at,  http://sunnysimplelife.blogspot.com
Laurie for Show and Tell Saturday at,  http://bedifferentactnormal.blogspot.com
Alma for Seasonal Sunday at,  http://thetablescaper.blogspot.com
Kathy for A Bouquet of Talent at,  http://lifeonlakeshoredrive.blogspot.com
Danielle for Silver Pennies Sunday at,  http://findingsilverpennies.blogspot.com
Creative Home and Garden Party at,  http://backtobasics.blogspot.com

Mary for Masterpiece Monday at,  http://boogieboardcottage.blogspot.com
BLUE Monday at,  http://smilingsally.blogspot.com
Marty for Inspire Me Tuesday at,  http://astrollthrulife.blogspot.com
Kathryn for Make it Pretty Monday at,  http://thededicatedhouse.blogspot.com
Lisa for Everyday Vintage Linky Party at,  http://helenslegacy.blogspot.com
Amaze Me Monday at,  http://dwellingstheheartofthehome.blogspot.com
Inspiration Monday at,  http://ishouldbemoppingthefloor.blogspot.com
Creative Monday Blog Hop at,  http://judyhjsthoughts.blogspot.com
Cindy for Amaze Me Monday at,  http://dwellingstheheartofthehome.blogspot.com
Sandi for Tea Time Tuesday at,  http://sandimyyellowdoor.blogspot.com
Ruth for Tuesday Cuppa Tea at,  http://antiquesandteacups.blogspot.com
Kathy for A Return to Loveliness at,  http://adelightsomelife.blogspot.com
Linda for Nifty Thrifty Tuesday at,  http://coastalcharm.blogspot.com










 

39 comments:

xinex said...

Such gorgeous pieces, Fabby. The ladies there must wear very colorful garments. Love all your dishes and the Holiday tea set too. Thanks for all your sweet comments....Christine

NanaDiana said...

Fabby- It looks just beautiful. i really love it. Your cutwork tablecloth is just a gorgeous backdrop for your lovely dishes. I hope you have a wonderful time with your friends at that table!

I have to tell you- the wedding I went to last weekend-our friend's mother came here from Ecuador. Her husband started the first YMCA there. I will have to find out her last name-I only know our friend's last name and her name is the family she married into here. I told the mother that I had a friend in Ecuador (through the internet) and that the family used to own a porcelain/dish factory. Oh- she said- what is their last name? I said- I don't know - she said- You don't know your friend's last name? lol She does not quite understand how blogging works-that you can be friends of the heart with no names attached.

Have a wonderful night- xo Diana

Pamela Gordon said...

I have always loved this pretty china Fabby. It's so colourful and nice for Thanksgiving. Your table looks beautiful. The Christmas tea set is gorgeous too. Take care. Hugs, Pam

allisamazing said...

What a delightful breakfast table! I love the cutwork tablecloth!

Carole said...

Love those plates - although at the moment Im on the lookout for more neutral coloured plates for food photos - I love the brightly coloured ones but have decided that they often detract from the food. Cheers

Kathy Moreland said...

It looks beautiful, Fabby! So elegant!

Mariette VandenMunckhof-Vedder said...

Dearest Fabby,
This is a perfect breakfast table setting for Thanksgiving.
That pull out tray from the Belgian buffet is so clever!
You have the most extraordinary pieces at your home and yes, I did notice that you already sneaked in an Angel for a Christmas mood...
Hugs to you,
Mariette

ImSoVintage Laura Walker said...

What a beautiful way to start the day, Fabby. xo Laura

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Your china is gorgeous and I love, love, love your cloche centerpiece. You always set the most beautiful tables. Gorgeous. Hugs, marty

Candy S said...

Fabby, Your breakfast table is gorgeous. Your beautiful ceramic plates are a marvelous interpretation of the colors and patterns of the festive fabrics that inspired them. You are so very talented. The Christmas tea set is setting the stage for the holiday festivities to come over the next month or so. I am so looking forward to seeing and reading your posts for Christmas. Have a blessed Thanksgiving.

Candy

My Cozy Casita said...

Hi Fabby, such beautiful tablescape your tablecloth are gorgeour so many beautiful dishes
your home look so lovely,
Blessing
Isora
XOX

Anita said...

My goodness, such beautiful dishes! Love the tablecloth too, but I am in love with the dishes:-)

Vel Criste said...

Hand-decorated plates??!!! No wonder why this set is just soooo beautiful Fabby! It's also perfect for Thanksgiving breakfast, so colorful and the right dose of orange and blues just make it all the more perfecto!

Stacy @ Sweethearts + Sweet Tarts said...

Your table is gorgeous! I can't believe you designed your own Christmas pattern! It is amazing, Fabby!

Dolly Sarrio said...

Fabby Everything is stunning! I love the pattern! You are one beautiful and talented lady. Every detail is just perfect. I love the Cloche idea for small tables and have to try that for my kitchen table Learn something new every time. Happy Thanksgiving dear sweet friend!

Poppy said...

Gorgeous centerpiece, Fabby and love your dishes; so bright and fresh! Everything matches perfectly on that sweet tablecloth, lovely!

Poppy

Maria Elena said...

Fabby, thank you for your visit today. Your tablescape is gorgeous! I love, love the china! You always do such an amazing job with your tablescapes. Enjoy your weekend!

Catherine said...

Dear Fabby, What a beautiful breakfast table.
I can only imagine how lovely everything will be come Thanksgiving Day.
Happy Thanksgiving and many blessings, Catherine

Sarah said...

Fabby, I'd love to be a guest for breakfast at this beautiful, colorful table. You have the prettiest things.

Arnoldo L. Romero, MLA said...

I just LOVE your amazing collection of dishes. Blessings, amiga mia!

Diane Jordan said...

Hi lovely lady.
Your tablescape with your beautiful china is gorgeous!! you always know just how to put it together.. I also love your cloche centerpiece. Gorgeous" I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family.
xxoo
Diane

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh I just love how you put the pumpkins under such a lovely cloche.

Have a wonderful Thanksgiving week!

Mona said...

MAGNIFICO!!! Fabby, your tables are just amazing...This china is so wonderful and the blue stemware goes just right with your dishes.. I love everything about your table...
Love, Mona

Clairejustine oxox said...

Oh wow it looks beautiful, have an wonderful time :) Thanks for linking up to Creative Mondays...

Judy Haughton-James said...

Everything is so beautiful FABBY! I love the patterns on the dishes, plates, tea set etc. The candles also add to the whole effect. Your table is certainly going to look great for Thanksgiving and Christmas. Have yourself a wonderful Thanksgiving!

Crystal Grandeur said...

My dear Fabby How are you?Happy to be back and i missed all the fun in blog land last few weeks.just took a break.All your tables are a wonderful creation as ever and loved all the beautiful things you have used in for the setting.The table cloth is so pretty.Happy thanksgiving to you and to your family.Love...Sujatha:):)

Leslie said...

Hi Fabby,

As I suspected it would:) your table is just gorgeous! Love all the colors and different textures. I will be using a wicker charger too as I like the rustic, casual feel to them. Your table linen is stunning and lucky you to find it discounted! The cloche is always a wonderful touch. I have one on my counter top all the time and it's fun to keep it filled with our favorite sugary treats. I like the idea of placing the gourds inside! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving Fabby!
xxleslie

Luján Fraix said...

Hola FAbby
Qué belleza de vajilla, siempre nos muestras cosas maravillosas como los candelabros y el mantel, no vi algo tan fino, delicado...
Te mando un beso y te felicito por tu buen gusto siempre.
Cariños

Johanna said...

Hi Fabby,
I love all patterns of your pretty dishes. The designs are always colorful and powerful. I can hear the music when I see them. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.
Best greetings, Johanna

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Another fabulous table, Fabby! Your dishes look wonderful together with the blues and oranges; very Thanksgiving! Love the tea sets, both of them. I love the tablecloth; it's beautiful! Thank you for sharing at Tea Time and stopping by to have tea with me. Happy Thanksgiving, my friend!

Blessings,
Sandi

Manhattan Image and Style said...

This is beautiful! I love all the decorations and your excellent ideas! :)

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Snap said...

Fabby, it is always a delight to see the beautiful china that was made at your ceramics factory. You've set a wonderful Thanksgiving breakfast table .. fun, too with the duck lids! ;) Happy Tea Day!

Penny @ Penny's Vintage Home said...

Fabby, you are the queen of table scapes...your table is gorgeous as always! I hope that you and your loved ones have a blessed Thanksgiving....hugs, Penny

Barbara said...

Oh, what a beautiful cloth! I love the colors of your dishes. So festive for Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!

Beth said...

Your dishes are beautiful. I love that you designed and made them. Amazing!

Marigene said...

I ♥♥♥ that china! I is such a happy pattern that makes me smile each time I see it.
The Holiday tea set is beautiful, too.
Have a wonderful week.

Rosie M. said...

OMG!! This china is sooooo my style, I almost starting salivating when I saw it. You have coordinated everything so well. Your table is an absolute delight! Thanks for sharing, and Happy Holidays!!! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch

Danielle said...

Such a pretty table setting. I love the table cloth and the plates. Thanks for sharing at Silver Pennies Sundays. x

All The Pretty Dishes said...

I love the dinnerware you designed for your Ceramic Company. How awesome to be able to actually design dinnerware and then see it come to life. Thanks for leaving your sweet comment on my blog too.