Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Post Romantic Table

A romantic table with a bouquet from the past had to be a post romantic table.  Just being silly with a little table for one set with some shabby style roses, fabric, and dishes.
This top plate is A. Lanternier & Co. Limoges France.
Salad plate Johnson Brothers British Castles.
Pressed glass form thrift store.
Beautiful detail of pressed glass close up.
I found this plate at the thrift store.  It is Limoges France.  I am on the look out for another one.   
 Waterford crystal pattern Marquis.
My post romantic centerpiece.
Romantic and shabby are my favorite things for sure!
I am linking to Between Naps on the Porch's Tablescape Thursday. 
My Romantic Home's Show and Tell Friday.
Bargain Hunting and Chatting with Laurie's My Favorite Things.


30 comments:

suzyq said...

Sherry, I love your table. I have gorgeous floral plates very similar to yours - they are so pretty!
Suzyq

Kathryn @ Bonafide Southern said...

Oh, I just love your table for one. The floral tablecloth sets the perfect backdrop for your beautiful layers of china. It all looks wonderful together.

bj said...

What a beautiful table for one. Your dishes are beautiful.

Thanks so much for stopping by..please come again soon.

Mary said...

Beautiful dishes~ Love the layers & your pressed glass plate is so pretty on top of the Limoges :-)

Gail @ Faithfulness Farm said...

Oh, so beautiful! The plates are all womderful but that pressed glass one really got my attention. Gorgeous!

Blessings!
Gail

Cabin and Cottage said...

Elegant and sweet, and one of a kind! I love mix and match settings! Jacqueline

Debbie said...

This table is very much my cup of tea! I love the interworking of florals, toile, and cut glass. It does, indeed, have a romantic feel.

Thanks, btw, for the anniversary wishes on my recent blog.

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

What lovely layering! The placesetting is just gorgeous, and the tablecloth is perfect to set the romantic scene!

Sweetladyelaine said...

Love your table! The dish with the roses is so beautiful! Thank you for sharing!

Barbara said...

So romantic and beautiful. I love your layering of the plates.

Bill said...

I enjoyed seeing the way you've mixed and matched to create this charming "post romantic" setting. I love that you're featuring a mixture of thrifted (but special) items with Waterford crystal -- my kind of tablescape! Nicely done!

Regards,
Bill

Mimi said...

What a pretty table...you found great plates at the thrift store.

Barbara said...

Thanks for stopping by, Sherry. If you want to read more about "my" bobcats, check out: http://amongthesaguaros.blogspot.com/2010/06/wishing-and-hoping.html I really enjoyed reading your post from yesterday about the lawns. My little one is in definite need of some creative editing!

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

Very pretty, everything works well together-enjoy!

Katie@LeBeauPaonVictorien said...

I love your pretty plates! Beautiful paired with the rose-patterned table cloth!

Requi@Tablescaping Escapades said...

What a romantic table. The detail in the pressed glass plate in beautiful. I have OBC - Pink too, a new pattern that I recently started collecting. You gave me some inspiration.

All the Best,

Requi

HOOTIN' ANNI said...

Everything pink and rosy! I do love that style!

My Show n Tell is 'showing off the flowers...". Do come by if you have time today, I'd love to have you visit with me.

Hootin' Anni's SHADES OF SUMMER

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble said...

What a beautiful elegant table!! I love all of your pretty dishes!!

Debbie

fitty's pinky rose cottage said...

such lovely setting and your china is lovely too! love all the plates! too die for especially the roses one!

Lana K. W. Austin said...

Oh, very gorgeous!! And definitely romantic with timeless classic appeal!


Hugs,
Lana

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Happy Friday! I am stopping by via the linky party.

Your table looks utterly charming!

shannon i olson said...

beautiful dishes! Great job.

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

I love your plates, but the top one with the little flowers is my favorite. I would love a set of those.

vignette design said...

I love the combination of all your plates.

laurie @ bargain hunting said...

Oh Sherry, this is so pretty! Your place setting layers look beautiful together, and that stemware is gorgeous. The plate on the bottom, with the gold band, is stunning. Thank you so much for linking this beautiful table to Favorite Things. laurie

Sarah said...

Lovely! All these layers look beautiful used together. A romantic setting indeed.

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

I love how you have layered everything together. Such a sweet table.

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Hi, Sherry! I loved your tea party and the tablescape! Thank you for inviting me. I'd love for you to pop over and have a spot of tea with me, too!

XO,

Sheila :-)

Tess said...

Gorgeous floral limoge...well, everything is beautiful but the limoges plate is to die for!!! I wouldn't mind dining alone at this tablescape. What is your silver pattern? It is just lovely. Romance A++++++

Donna@Conghaile Cottage said...

I LOVE,LOVE,LOVE that Limoges rose plate with the scalloped edge... I can NEVER have too many of those and now I'm going to hunt for at LEAST one of those(or maybe two, or maybe three)... You decorate SO Beautifully...
Hugs, Donna

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