Tablescape Tuesday is sponsored by Susan of Between Naps on the Porch.
On Independence Day this year I had planned to have lunch for my mother and I outside on the deck. However, when lunchtime came it was so hot outside, I decided to use part of the dining room table instead. It was just my mother and I, so I draped the tablecloth I was going to put on the round table on the deck of the edge of the dining table.
The dishes are the Staffordshire "Liberty Blue" dinner plates, berry bowls and salt and pepper shakers. The "Liberty Blue" dishware was made for the U.S. bicentennial in 1976.
The glasses are another pattern made for the bicentennial, "Cape Cod" ruby red sandwich glass from Avon.
The serving bowls are "Cape Cod" and "Liberty Blue".
Flatware is Oneida "Raphael".
US Flag paper napkins.
The figurine is Betsy Ross perfume bottle by Avon.
Two pieces of milk glass include Westmoreland’s Flag Eagle and Fleur de Lis 7 ¼ inch plate, and a bud vase, which holds a U.S. flag and two faux red roses.
I think with a different tablecovering, much of this setting could be adapted for a Thanksgiving meal -- especially here in New England.
Thank you for stopping by today. For more table settings see the list of participants at Susan’s blog.
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