Salad bowls: unmarked (faux Quimper purchased on sale at a gift store that was going out of business); Dinner Plates: “Genevieve” by Coventry (purchased at an estate sale); Blue and yellow metal chargers: unmarked-Estate sale; Dark blue glass chargers: purchased at sidewalk sale of a kitchen outlet store years ago (I think they were 99 cents each); Flatware: purchased on sale at Kohl’s a few years ago; Fan shaped vase (used to hold extra flatware: vintage Quimper (purchased from on line source); stemware: sale at Pier One; Coasters: Tiles from Lowe’s; Large Eiffel Tower: Purchased at Tuesday Morning several years ago (it normally lives in my back yard); Black and white picture of Eiffel Tower: purchased in Paris in 1967; Small Eiffel Towers (used as napkin rings): purchased at a flea market; metal hearts (probably ash trays, but I’ve used them as salt cellars): purchased at flea market; Pitcher: The Haldon Group, Provencial Fruit (purchased at a gift store at low cost due to a small chip on the rim); candlestick: RCCL Portugal ‘65 (I don’t know how Portugal made it to the cafe in Provence!): my mother’s; tablecloth, napkins: too long ago to remember.
I’m linking to Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.
Don’t forget I’ll have MckLinky here Friday evening for linkups to “A Few of My Favorite Things Saturday”. I hope you’ll join in.
Merci Beaucoup for visiting my “wannabe” cafe’ in Provence. laurie