Tablescape Tuesday is sponsored by Susan of Between Naps on the Porch.
Today's tablescape is set for four and has a fall motif. The table is covered first in a white cloth over which is a square vintage tablecloth printed with fruit. It is placed at a diagonal.
The centerpiece consists of a large ceramic which was made for me by my secretary’s mother back in the early 90’s. Inside it is a spray of variegated green leaves and russet floral bouquets from Michael’s after season sale in 2007. All around are other ceramic fruit or vegetables. Scattered about are silk autumn leaves from CVS end of season sale last fall.
The dishes are my Royal Worcester “Evesham.” The large water glasses are in the Evesham pattern, with each glass having a different fruit – cherries, blueberries, pears, peaches.
The napkins are in light green fabric. The four napkin rings are each a different fruit – peach, lemon, banana, apple. A couple autumn leaves are tucked into each ring.
At each place setting is a different set of salt and pepper shakers. This one is a pair of acorns from Fitz anf Floyd.
Next is Vintage Inarco salt and pepper
A small pumpkin and a small gourd from the Hannaford grocery at $1.50 each.
A halved pear
With its motif of colorful leaves, fruit, and vegetables on the cloth, dishes, glassware, and accessories, the tablescape has a sense of the autumn outdoors.
Thank you for stopping by today. Do leave a comment. For more table settings please see the list of participants at Susan’s blog.
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