Just getting home from a few days vacation I didn't feel like doing a fancy table.
I saw these yellow glass salad/dessert plates at Home Goods and scooped them up thinking they could be used with the sunflower tablecloth I used a few weeks ago. Today I am using them with some April Cornell placemats. The flatware is Oneida Afterglow which was introduced in 1956.
The white dinner plates are Wedgwood Hedge Rose. I topped them with the yellow salad plates.
The green glasssware matches the green in the placemats. I do not know who the maker is.
I chose the napkins for the yellow fleur de lis on one corner. It is about the same bright yellow as the salad plate. The napkin ring is just a simple yellow wooden ring.
Everything on the table came from thrift stores with the exception of the sterling and the yellow glass salad/dessert plates.
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