It’s one of those in-between times of the year – too late for Summer tables, and a little too early for Fall tables, so this is kind of an in-between tablescape -- not too summery, but not really an autumn table either – a mixture of fruits and flowers.
I purchased the hand painted salad plates at an estate sale long ago.
I purchased the dinner plates at a charity tag sale over 20 years ago. (Apple Blossom, Ridgways, England)
Green depression glass plate (estate sale). I can’t remember where I got the chargers or the flatware.
Some things on this table were NOT from an estate sale! I think the napkins were from Williams Sonoma Outlet. I bought the napkin rings at a resale store, and the green iced tea goblets were the “every day pattern” we selected when we married. I think I got the quilted yellow placemats at a Kohl’s sale.
I always think of Tickseed as kind of an in between Summer and Fall flower. I put them in a jug that I ordered from One Kings Lane last year. (This jug normally lives on our fireplace hearth.)
Meat platter from an estate sale (marked “Japan”)
Divided vegetable server from another estate sale (unmarked). Yes, I go to a lot of estate sales. I love the farm scenes on this server.
Gravy server from an estate sale. (marked “Japan”)
Salt and pepper shakers (yes, another estate sale; I’m starting to sound like a broken record.)
This set of salt and pepper shakers belonged to my Mother.
Dessert of cake and ice cream to be served on green depression glass plates and compotes (E.S. – yes, that means estate sale – again!)
Thank you for coming by to see me ease into Fall. I hope you’ll check back Friday to see some of my favorite inspiration photos. laurie
I’m linking this post to Let’s Dish Wednesday at Cuisine Kathleen, Centerpiece Wednesday at The Style Sisters, Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch, and Seasonal Sundays at The Tablescaper.