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Wednesday, January 23, 2013


Cuisine Kathleen is hosting a “Snow and Ice Tablescape” challenge this week, and, although we don’t get a lot of snow or ice in Arkansas, I’m joining the party.

Soup Bowl
Salad Plate
Dinner Plate:  Wedgwood Winter FestivalNAPKIN
I used black and white polka dot napkins, because it reminded me of snow in the night sky.  Flatware: Towle Old Master
I’m joining Cuisine Kathleen for Let’s Dish Wednesday and Between Naps on the Porch for Tablescape Thursday.
I hope my tablescape didn’t leave you feeling cold.  Thanks for coming by to visit me.  laurie
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Phyllis @Around the House said...

Your dishes are just so beautiful, love all the depression glass and those little tiny salt and pepper shakers wow they are the sweetest thing, love the details..

Sarah said...

Pretty dishes and fun stemware. The etching on the depression glass makes me think of snow flakes.

Sarah said...

Well, my hand hit return and my comment was published before I finished. ;-)
I love the glass chargers you used. They are the perfect base for a winter setting. Rare to see you set a table for two, Laurie. ;-)

Carol said...

What a beautiful table for two! I love the green boarder of snowflakes on the salad plates!


Lori @ Dining Delight said...

Love the crystal/ice centerpiece - such a statement for your table! Cute glasses which are perfectly themed.


Crystal Grandeur said...

Rich in every your centerpiece.very well matched with other things on the table...:):)

Marty@A Stroll Thru Life said...

I love the icy strands, they look like sparklers. Beautiful and the dishes are simply gorgeous. Such a fabulous tablescape. Hugs, Marty

Carlene @ Organized Clutter said...

Love the glassware and centerpiece!

xinex said...

Beautiful sparkly tablescape, Laurie. I really like your centerpiece, so stunning!..Christine

Merlin said...

I have that same wreath!! I leave it up year round since I LUV sparkle! Your table is lovely! franki

Tricia said...

Laurie, I've never seen that Winter Festival pattern -- so pretty! I like patterns that work at Christmas and beyond. Love the sparkly centerpiece!

ellen b. said...

Hi Laurie! Love your winter table. You really have such a fabulous stash of unique tableware and accessories. Blessings!

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Pretty!! Don't think I have ever seen S&P shakers like that before.
If you do get snow and ice, don't send it my way. :D
Enjoy your weekend.

The HOME GIRL said...

So pretty! I love that centerpiece and those pretty green plates with the snowflakes! Just lovely! =D

Dewena said...

I bet some readers are going to be putting watches on that Wedgewood Winter Festival--I love it! I'm so in love with greens right now. But those darling short glasses are so unusual. Well, admit it, I just love it all.


Unknown said...

I love it! Your table pieces are so beautiful and elegant. Your salt and pepper shakers are so cute! :)

Susan Nowell @ My Place to Yours said...

I love your icy Winter table! I have a wreath like that -- and some trees that I used in this week's tablescape. They add such a quick feel of Winter to a tablescape, don't they? I've never seen those plates before, but they're quite versatile. I imagine you're able to get a lot of use out of them.

Scribbler said...

Cutest little salt and pepper I ever saw! The plates are gorgeous, don't think I ever saw these before. The centerpiece is spectacular.


Everything is gorgeous, from your green plates, to chargers and those adorable S&P shakers. Exquisite centerpiece. Lovely! Hugs,

Linda (More Fun Less Laundry) said...

You have so many interesting things, Laurie! Those green rimmed dinner plates are beautiful and I've never seen salt and peppers like those! i think your winter setting is very cozy! Linda

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

The table is stunning Laurie!
You always have the coolest stuff in bloggyland. I love the flatware, the centerpiece, and the little salt and pepper shakers. All of it, gorgeous!
Hugs friend,

Cindy (Applestone Cottage) said...

And your mantel below...fabulous! I love it Laurie, it just makes me smile! How do you do it my dear. Could you please send me some of that energy you have stored away.
love ya,

Marigene said...

What is there not to like about this gorgeous, silver and lots of sparkle! I love your interpretation of the napkins...sort of on the same line as my black ice!

The Tablescaper said...

Perfectly frigid!

- The Tablescaper

Anonymous said...

I cannot resist pieces like your salad plate and soup bowl. They go with most anything and always add a special look to the table. You do find some very cool stuff.

Kathleen said...

Beautiful, Laurie! The centerpiece is so wintery, glistening !
Love the china too!
Thanks for taking the winter challenge at Let's Dish!