Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Clear glass salad bowl (my mother’s) tops Royal Warwick, Lochs of Scotland dinner plate (purchased at a garage sale a few years ago). Those pointed napkins are supposed to look like sailboats.
The blue glass chargers, and the swirls on the edges of them remind me of the ocean.
The ruffled baby blanket made me think of white wave caps on the ocean. I know, that same blanket made me think of snow drifts when I used it in a winter tablescape.
The centerpiece is an island in the middle of the ocean. From the beach, you can see a tree and some flowers.
Salad dressing was served in a blue creamer (estate sale purchase), which rests on unmarked plate that I’ve had too long to remember where I got it.
I did remember to put a butter knife on this plate before we ate dinner (Port of Plymouth, Made in England, purchased at a flea market).
Thank you for coming to sail with me today. I’m linking to Let’s Dish Wednesday at Cuisine Kathleen and Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps on the Porch.