Whew ~ Could I get more orange on this table?
I'm calling this table "mod" because of the era of the tablecloth.
Most of the items are more mid-century.
Using my old stand-by Hazel Atlas (Ovide Platonite) dishes.
I love to swap the dishes and make opposite color settings with them.
This ironstone coffee server, made in Japan, is most likely from the mod era.
It's sitting on a vintage hankie of fall hues.
Luster glasses and Vera napkins round out the setting.
Yard sale pumpkin S & P shakers for a dollar. I think they are
really not a true pair. Still cute!.
The two-tier center tray is Royal Haeger USA.
The ewer vase holding the flowers is just plain Haeger USA.
What's up with that?
The yellow-beige leaf bowl is unmarked, $3 at a consignment shop.
Here's a close up of the "married pair" of S & P's and the Vera napkin.
All of my Vera napkins have been thrifted over the years, and I
own too many to remember where I got them or what I paid for them,
though knowing me it wasn't much! :)
Just love this mod tablecloth which is perfect for fall!
A steal for $3 at a local church sale, which we have a lot of around here.
Mr. Retro actually spied this tablecloth before I did. Good thing I bring him along!
I won't be able to look at orange by Thanksgiving, but right now it's perfect fall décor.
Doyle helped me today, but really...he just wants to be back in the field!
This week I'm joining: