Image form imdb.com
The movie has a lovely little cottage with a scene where they have a meal. Maureen O'Hara plays a feisty Irish girl. Mad at her brother, she slams a blue and gray crock down on the table and sends the teacups rocking. Directed by John Ford who won an Oscar for best director for this film in 1953. The Quite Man is a sentimental depiction of Irish culture by John Ford who was born to an Irish immigrant. (Info from imdb.com) So for March and all things Irish, my tablescape inspired by The Quite Man.
I used coffee cups instead of goblets. It would have been the countryman's way to come in for lunch and have coffee with the meal and then head back out to work.
Pewter coffee pot- Wilton Armetale
My one piece of blue and white stoneware. I did a post on it and you can read more about blue and white here.
My blue and white pattern is Coaching Scenes by Johnson Brothers. In the movie I believe they are using Blue Willow.
Above was the salad plate and here is the dinner plate. There are different images on each piece.
The creamer and the sugar.
The teacup has yet a different scene on it and a flower on the inside of the cup.
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If you were wondering about the picture, it is a print from one of the greatest American folk artist's great-grandson Will Moses. His great grandmother being Grandma Moses. The artist in that family have been depicting American culture in such a beautiful and true style for four generations. You can read more about Will Moses and his art here.
I am joining Susan at Between Naps on the Porch go over to her site and check out all the wonderful tablescapes.