The inspiration for this week's table came in the way of a Pottery Barn red/yellow/white table runner. I kept my colors to those three.
Each plate stack started with Pier One white wood chargers, then yellow Bordallo Pinheiro chargers, red Vera Bradley dinner plates, yellow BP salad plate and finally red BP dessert bowls sitting on Syracuse appetizer plates. Maybe you have noticed that they are not the same. I bought three bowls from Etsy that were listed as BP, but the backstamp just says made in Portugal...the reds are the same, but the veining is very different. I think they are probably a knock-off, but they will work with all my BP dishes! Do you know how hard it is to find purple, red or blue BP dishes...close to impossible! I just recently bought my third red dinner plate in red...it will probably be months before I find another one. It gives me something to look for when I am out in thrift stores or on eBay.
The red glassware is Ivima 1895 Hobnail. This a true red that sparkles in sunlight, which we have none today!
The flatware is Oneida Louisiana. I used red and yellow beaded napkin rings, that were a gift from a blogger friend a few years ago, to hold the napkins together.
I had Erin pick up the flowers on her way home from work...I was hoping for either yellow or red tulips, but they were out so she got red, yellow and white mini carnations, which is perfect for the centerpiece. I am also using red candlesticks with an almost yellow candles.
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