Vintage Tablecloths

Sharing vintage tablecloths ~ and other vintage treasures that capture my attention. Thanks for stopping by!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Hazel Atlas "Ovide" table!

Today I want to show not only this beautiful
fruit tablecloth, but my Hazel Atlas glass tableware.



The style of the glass is "Ovide", and called Platonite.
Platonite uses a milk glass base glass to start,
the color is added, and it is then fired on.



The first sets of Hazel Atlas glass tableware 
were made in the 1930's in green only. 
It is my understanding that Hazel Atlas
introduced  other colors starting in the 1940's.



It's been said that these dishes were Hazel Atlas'
answer to Homer Laughlin's Fiesta Ware.



I probably wouldn't have mixed this gorgeous
blue and rust, but when I saw the colors
in this over-dyed process tablecloth,
I knew they would be perfect together!


Nice close up of the dishes and the tablecloth.


I believe the maker of the candlestick holders
is Northwood, yet they are a perfect compliment
to the Hazel Atlas.


I mixed in the 70's era by using some Vera napkins.




Thanks for visiting my new tablescape!
I'm a thrifty shopper who always uses
her finds...and loves to show them off!


Joining some parties this week!

Jann's
at Have a Cup with Mrs. Olson
&
Hoping my fruit laden tablecloth and
lemon centerpiece qualifies me to join
Let's Dish at Cuisine Kathleen
"Earth Day" tablescapes!


&

Angie's Vintage Style Party

PS/
I plan on doing a vintage linen giveaway when I reach 100 followers. That number is chicken-feed to some of you, but
totally amazing to me!

If you enjoy my blog, please become a follower so I can reach my goal more quickly, and also you can see when I announce it!

Thanks, Pam

27 comments:

  1. Love this tablecloth and the Plantonite dishes are perfect. I think I picked up a green sugar and creamer not long ago. I'm not home right now but will check when I am. I am your newest follower! I've been enjoying your blog! Hugs, Linda

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    1. Thanks for following, I think I already follow you Linda!

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  2. Hi lovely lady.
    I see you did one more lovely Tablescape.. You know"" I love your Vintage tablecloth so sweet. I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my new Tablescape, hope you and your family have a wonderful week.
    XXOO Diane

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    1. Thanks Carlene, they're not red, but a color they call rust, which is a darkish orange really. That's why I wasn't sure, but they look great together.

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  4. Gorgeous table! I think my grandmother had that same tablecloth and the rust Hazel Atlas. The handles on that sugar bowl and creamer look very familiar.

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  5. It looks lovely and I look forward to seeing more of your beautiful vintage table cloths:)

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  6. Oh such a lovely cheery setting. I have never heard of Hazel china before. xx

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  7. I've never seen dishes like that, but I like the rust color with the blue. They are the perfect match for your tablecloth. I always love vintage ones like this! Your vintage things are always such a delight to see because you have a good eye for finding pretty things. Thanks for sharing on my party this week!

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  8. I love these old pieces. They have so much more character than new tableware does. Also, it is so interesting to read about the history of all of them. Thank you for sharing - the tablecloth has so many interesting colors.

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    1. Obviously I love the old pieces too, and I like to say that I'm recycling, LOL!

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  9. Love the table -- what's for dinner? (And thanks for stopping by.)

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  10. Thank You for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment!!
    I'm already a follower of your blog and I wish you good luck on reaching your first 100 followers, I was ECSTATIC to reach 100 so I know how you feel.

    Your tablescape is so pretty, I LOVE your tablecloth! I'm always looking for them when I'm out shopping. I have never heard of those dishes before but they sure are pretty and match perfectly with your linens, love the napkins as well!!

    Have a wonderful day!
    (hugs)
    Aledia

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  11. I don't think it is chicken feed. I think it is very exciting! I am still amazed every time someone follows my blog. Not at 100 yet for me, but it is so fun and sweet that you are doing a give away!
    I love your tablescape. The colors work with the pretty table cloth. So cheerful. I have never heard of Plantonite before. It is really pretty. Thanks for sharing your collection.
    Blessings,
    Susie

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  12. I would love to have everything on your table and the tablecloth, too. So vintage looking and so warm and inviting. Love the colors.Congrats on our 100 followers. That is very exciting. Keep up the good work and before long you will suddenly be at 200. Just you wait and see. Genie

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    1. Well, I'm not there yet, but hope to reach it soon so I can giveaway a beautiful vintage tablecloth!

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  13. First I have to tell you how much I love the banner photo. Those vintage cloths on the line are amazing!

    The colors of your table are beautiful. Again, I must say the vintage cloth is fabulous.

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  14. Beautiful, bright colors. The vintage cloth is perfect paired with these dishes. I'm # 85 as a follower, so you are almost there. ;-)

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  15. Love the tablecloth and the popping colors you added to the table top. What fun pieces. I love to find and put together thrifty things, too. Have a great weekend.

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  16. I love neat old tablecloths and pyrex too! Almost anything old! I'm your newest follower and thanks for the comment and following me! I'm still struggling to get to 100 too!

    Brenda...the Farmer's Dotter

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  17. It's always a treat to come here and see a tablecloth from your collection. I love the shape (and color) of those candlesticks!

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  18. It certainly does qualify! And it is fun too. I love learning about your vintage things, very interesting. I am already a follower, so I am not able to boost that number! :)
    Thanks for linking up to Let's Dish, Pam! Hope to see you next Wed at 7!

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  19. I am learning so much about tableware from you girl. I did not know the name of your dish collection. I love the rust and blue together. I have a few vintage dish towels that remind me of your tablecloth. It's so darn sweet! I spied with my little eyes, hee-hee; your cute S & P shakers, loved them! Thanks so much for linking up! Hey, I totally remember when I reached 100 followers and was so amazed. Never thought I would even have 50. Congrats to you. The number will just keep growing with your wonderful blog.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  20. Hi there, love the colorful vintage tablecloth and your Hazel Atlas dishes. Such pretty colors! I'll be glad when you reach 100, I'd join twice if it would hurry it along!! I'll be watching for the give-away!
    Thanks, Dorothy

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  21. What a neat table...the dishes and that lovely vintage tablecloth. Thanks for sharing!

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