I set a very simple table for a small luncheon the other day...very, very simple!
The wicker charger plates were used without a tablecloth, once again.
I didn't want to do a Thanksgiving setting, but didn't want to ignore it, either. I used the salad/dessert plates with plain white dinner plates that have a really pretty raised border. The turkey plates are Myott Queen's Thanksgiving in polychrome. They have fairly subtle colors with quite a bit of an almost misty grey. I found these on sale at TJMaxx a few years ago. The dinner plate, unfortunately, has no backstamp so I don't know the maker or pattern. I found these at Salvation Army Thrift Store for 99¢ each.
There is a pale peach in the plate so I used peach napkins with wood napkin rings. The flatware is Oneida Afterglow, circa 1956.
The glassware is smokey grey, probably Libbey, but not sure. These were found at Goodwill for 49¢ each...did I ever tell you how much I like Goodwill!
The centerpiece is an urn filled with faux hydrangeas and creamy white candlesticks with a raised pattern somewhat like the plates. The candlesticks were from Goodwill, 37¢ each with the senior discount. The turkey was a gift at least 20 years ago from my friend Doré.
I took a couple pictures with the candles lit the night I set the table, but didn't light the candles for lunch!
The rim shot.
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Until next time...have a great week!
***I just found out the maker/pattern of the creamy white plates is Steubenville Rose Point!
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