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Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Cherries Jubilee



This week's inspiration came from red/white polka dotted napkins. I bought the dinner plates a year or so ago, stashed them away and forgot about them until I needed something to go with the napkins. I pulled them out and they were the right shade of red...hurray!





The dinner plates are Cherries Jubilee by Sonoma. I paired them with some white Alfred Meakin salad plates and an unmarked red soup bowl. The glassware is clear with a mottled red stem/base.

There are two red with white and two white with red dinner plates.




The centerpiece is a simple white tureen and white candlesticks with cream candles.




Rim shot. The sterling flatware is Oneida Afterglow.










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Thank you ladies for hosting each week!

32 comments:

Debbie@Mountain Breaths said...

Marigene, at first glance, the napkins in the goblet reminded me of strawberries. They look great with your cherry tablescape. What a lovely table for summer!

Alycia Nichols said...

Hey, Marigene!!! You find some of the BEST stuff!!! I love the reverse dishes!!! I have never seen a set that reverses like that! I suppose I've seen it done with the dinner and salad plates, but never with just the dinner plates. The reverse patterns make it SO much more interesting!!!! The napkins are really cool, too. I like the edging. I hope you're staying as cool as possible out there "In the Middle of Nowhere"!!! :-) We're headed to Pittsburg again this weekend!

Pat said...

Hi Marigene!

I am just crazy about red, and I first notice those cute red napkins. The cherry places are great, and I like the goblets, have never seen any like them.

I haven't bought anything at Savers except books, so far.

Linda @ A La Carte said...

Love the cherry plates and those cute napkins! What a happy tablescape!
hugs, Linda

Tammy Partin Spangler said...

Bright and pretty! Thanks for sharing!

xinex said...

I love it, very cheerful tablescaoe. I love the dotted napkins....Christine

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites....love the red and white. Very perky!
Love,
Delma

Marlis said...

Gotta love your sweet Cherries.. oh my. the napkin are really perfect with the plates. I love those goblets too. REd and white are always a stunning combination.. xo marlis

Anonymous said...

Incredible tablescape as always. love, bbb

On Crooked Creek said...

Marigene,
What a cheery, cherry tablescape, dear friend! I adore the way the pattern background changes...what fun to decorate with!!! The tureen makes a great centerpiece and I was enjoying the background of your damask tablecloth! Your cabinet in the background is quite entriquing!
Fondly,
Pat

Entertaining Women said...

I'm always, obviously, a sucker for anything with a cherry motif. This is darling, and I love those polka dot napkins. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

Sarah said...

Those cherry plates are darling. This is a happy table indeed! Big smiles ~ Sarah

Carol @ Always Thyme to Cook said...

I love this table. Very pretty. I especially love those glasses!

kitty said...

Marigene, red and white is a favorite of mine and polka dots and cherries makes it even better.

Kathleen said...

Love it! Those plates are wonderful, and the napkins too!
Pretty glasses, I'd like to find some like that, very versatile.
Wishing you cooler temps!
Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!

Anonymous said...

I absolutely love the red and white! The dinner plates are so cute.
Love you,
Jude

Anonymous said...

One of my favorites......love red and white together. The contrasting cherry plates are awesome. Very perky setting.

Love,
Delma

Bunny Jean said...

Hi Marigene!

You were indeed lucky that the reds matched! Those red stemmed stemware are a pretty special find too.

This table setting is so bright and cheerful. Thanks for sharing at my party again this week... it's my 50th!

xoxo Bunny Jean
Wednesdays Bunny Hop Party!

xoxo Bunny Jean

FABBY'S LIVING said...

What a happy and pretty tablescape Marigene! You are so GOOD at finding great stuff and these diverse dishes..what a awesome find. The napkins and the goblets pop up the entire table! Have a cool summer and enjoy your weekend.
FABBY

Gina said...

I love this sweet & cheerful table! Red & white polka dots & cherries are favorites of mine.

lulumusing said...

The red and white warms me up and that's a good thing tonight as it is very damp and cool. Polka dots are always a winner for me. You amaze me with all you find.

Jody and Stan said...

I love the red and white tablescape. The cherry plates are my favorite. What inspirational ideas, so original. New Follower!

Jody

Elaine said...

I need that red stemware! Your table is so cute with the polka dot napkins and cherry dishes! Red and white is so clean and fresh looking!

Aledia said...

Oh I do love this tablescape!! It looks so crisp and I love the cherry plates, they look wonderful with the napkins!
Well done!!

Thanks so much for stopping by and leaving me a sweet comment!
Have a wonderful night!

(hugs)
Aledia @ Plum Perfect

Mary said...

I adore your cherry plates! It's always fun when you run across something you stashed away :)

The Tablescaper said...

Marigene:

Love the polka dots and the red stemmed glasses are so neat.

- The Tablescaper

Linda said...

What an adorable table setting. The cherries are so cute. Live the napkins too. Make for a very cheerful table.

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

I love the bright and cheery red and white! Beautiful plates and napkins!

Hope you are having a nice summer!

Katherine

All The Pretty Dishes said...

What a wonderful tablescape...so festive!

Deb said...

Marigene,

What a cheerful setting! Love the glasses! Would you mind sharing where I can find those?

Deb said...

Love this setting! So cheerful! Would you mind sharing where I could find the glasses? They are exactly what I've been looking for!

Marigene said...

Deb, I have no idea who the maker is...I found them at the thrift store and haven't seen any others. Sorry I can't help you.