I know it's almost Christmas, and I am late, but I do have a
simple tablescape to share. I decided to use my wonderful
mid-century modern tablecloth, designed by Luther Travis.
This tablecloth is a very special and coveted one to collectors.
The photos will show you why!
I chose a set of recently thrifted transferware because the tablecloth has
so much pink, in addition to the traditional red & green colors.
Transferware china - Corona Columbia
green tumblers - vintage Fostoria
green plates - Hazel Atlas Ovide Platonite
Sweet S&P Santa and Mrs. in Sleigh - vintage Lefton
vintage napkin rings - Made in Hong Kong, REED
Sweet and simple. The 60's angel was my mom's.
Here is the designer signature.
& a close up of some ornaments.
Also sharing some vintage Christmas tablecloths that are signed or tagged.
(Please excuse that they are displayed on my kitchen island table 😇)
Made by Prints Charming, pattern is Pine Cone.
Lovely and unused, so the gold is still intact.
Made by Coronet, no pattern name, but it does say "misprint".
Interesting, must have been sold as a second.
Gorgeous tablecloth, once again with the gold intact.
Made by Garden State, pattern is Christmas Charm.
Love the funky santas on this tablecloth.
Designed by Francis Dearden.
Made by Fallani & Cohn. This vibrant tablecloth is also signed by
the designer, The Ryans.
How do you like our vintage aluminum Christmas tree, with the
original color wheel that still works! What is that expression,
they don't make them like they used too. Too true!
Lots of vintage Shiny Brights help add beauty to the tree.
If you stopped by at this busy time, thanks so much!
We wish you and your family a very Merry & Peaceful Christmas!
Extended family here...aren't they adorable?