Vintage Tablecloths

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Friday, March 11, 2016

St. Patricks Day Vintage Tablescape!

Time for Cuisine Kathleen's 8th annual blog crawl!

I am happy to be posting my St. Patrick's Day tablescape!
It is kind of "cutesy", but very cheerful.
Hope you enjoy it!
A sweet little Irish lad and sleeping leprechaun baby were happy to join in.

I used a mixture of fun green dishes:  dinner plates are Hazel Atlas Moderntone, bread
plates are Syracuse diner ware, berry bowls with server bowl are Anchor Hocking
burple, jadeite green bowl is Fenton, cup & saucer are also Hazel Atlas.
Irish crystal water glasses...of course!

Mr. Leprechaun showed up with 3-pots of gold!  He brought the luck
of the Irish with him for all of us. 
Are you trying to get a better look at this beautiful vintage tablecloth?
 Manufactured by Leacock, the pattern name is Hearts N' Flowers.
Let's just pretend they are Irish lads & lassies dancing a jig. 

I have some Irish heritage and enjoy celebrating St. Patrick's Day.
I plan on serving corned beef, cabbage and potatoes.  Might even
sneak in a Guinness and break out the Bailey's Irish Cream.  
Are you celebrating?

Thanks for coming by to see my table!
I'll end with this blessing: 

I am linking with Cuisine Kathleen for the crawl. 
 Hope you will be visiting the participants to see
all the St. Patrick's Day creativeness.


Linking with: Vintage Charm (lots of creative eye candy!)


24 comments:

  1. You have set the best table for St. Paddy's day :) I loved seeing it.
    warmly,
    deb

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  2. Oh - indeed you are lucky to have such a nice tablecloth and cute dishes to celebrate with! My BIL is doing my dad's genealogy and YES - we are truly partly Irish! There was even a family castle!

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  3. What a cute table!! Love the dishes, the table cloth and the cute little Leprechaun!
    hugs,
    Linda

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  4. I'll be right over with some green beer! Such a beautiful and festive table.

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  5. I love this so much!! I don't have any St. Patty's Day decorations but after reading your post, I think I need to hunt some down!

    Have a wonderful Sunday!

    Erica

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  6. Oh how I love vintage linens! I've never even seen any for St Patrick's day! WOW! How beautiful! Hope there's enough pots of gold for everyone! Hugs!

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  7. So fun and festive for sure! I only have a couple pieces of Saint Patrick's decor and did not unpack them this year. Just too much going on over the past couple weeks! Have a great week my friend!

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  8. Awwww the sleeping Irish baby all cradled in the napkin is so adorable, Pam!! I loved the whole fun table and the vintage tablecloth is perfect for St. Paddy's Day. The Irish blessing at the end is so sweet.

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  9. I love your table setting and the table cloth is so cute. You definitely know how to find interesting pieces. Have a great week, Kelly.

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  10. Hi Pam! I feel like I've missed so much since I was on vaca! Florida was fab and while too cold for swimming the bit of wading we did was so much fun! Now back to your post, this is just splendid, not too cutesy for me! Haha! Love all of this and must share your blog on my Twitter feed!

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  11. Your table is full of neat vintage elements. Cute leprechaun with three pots of gold and I love the tablecloth. Great dishes too.

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  12. You are all ready for your St. Patrick's Day feast! I usually cook Italian on St. Patrick's Day (I'm stubborn like that), but maybe if I had a gorgeous tablecloth like that I would do it up the Irish way! I'm really intrigued that Anchor Hocking has a green glass pattern named "Burple!" Happy St. Paddy's Day! :) --Fran

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  13. Love that tablecloth...it DOES look like lads & lassies doing an Irish jig! What a cute leprechaun with his pots of gold - hope he shares with you!

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  14. That is such a lovely tablecloth and so perfect. Loving your cute leprehaun too. The pots of gold are a nice touch. A perfectly lovely table to enjoy St. Patrick's day. Thanks for your sweet visit.

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  15. What a cute table! That tablecloth works perfect for St. Patrick's Day. Love the pretty glass bowls. Have a Happy St. Patrick's Day!

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  16. That vintage table cloth is very cool. Fun table!

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  17. This is such a festive table! All the teaware and the leprechauns complement each other. The tablecloth is the highlight with the dancers. You certainly are ready for a St. Patrick's Day party! Have a wonderful day tomorrow and thank you for your kind visit.

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  18. Pam, Using this tablecloth for St. Patricks Day is quite clever and I can easily imagine the dancers as Irish lads and lassies! Enjoy your delicious Irish dinner at this happy table! Linda

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  19. Pam, you know the first thing I look for when I open your posts are the gorgeous vintage tablecloths you own! I never disappointed...this one is beautiful. I remember my mother having those little green bowls when I was a kid...we used them for pudding or jello! Cute little leprechaun.
    Happy SPD.

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  20. Adorable tablescape. I love your linens! Simply marvelous. Happy Saint Valentine's Day.

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  21. Delightful tablescape & I'm green with envy over that vintage tablecloth, Pam! Some of my longarming quilting friends have bought them on Ebay & then quilted them over the top gorgeous. Yours is very pretty!

    I also love your Paragon teacup, saucer & dessert plate shown in another post. Just BEAUTIFUL! You have lots of pretty things!

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  22. Another wonderful tablescape Pam. Love, love, love that tablecloth! It's just so colourful and happy looking. You have the best tablecloth collection I've ever seen. I never find vintage ones around here. You've got me looking though. I know one day I'll find one. Thanks so much for sharing at Vintage Charm.

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  23. Pam, that is lovely! You've put it all together beautifully! Thanks so much for doing the blog crawl, you are very faithful! Happy Easter too!

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  24. just found your blog and do like your vintage goodies, especially the tablecloths.
    betsy

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Your comments make me smile! Thanks.