August is high time for fruits we love, and dinnerware patterns that feature these fall fruits are in season all year round.
On my list of favorite fruits: apples, peaches, pears, grapes and plums.
Dishes that feature these motifs catch my eye when I’m out scouting for dinnerware and glassware, just as their inspirations are when I visit the farmer’s market.
Luscious fruit always looks good on my table, from the foods to the dinnerware.
Classic Colors – Tasty Themes
When I saw this group of vintage bread plates, the “that’s mine” bell sounded in my head.
Of course, I . . . → Read More: Enjoy Fruits of Fall Dinnerware Patterns
Shiny bright glass, and gold vintage glassware in particular, offers a special opportunity for your Thanksgiving and fall table settings.
Warmer than amber, bright gold glasses and other serving pieces can give extra spark to complement your china.
Finding Vintage Gold Glassware
Check the secondary marketplace. This is a color from the late 1960s to early 1970s, as you may remember if you’re in the right age bracket. Remember those Harvest Gold refrigerators and stoves? Cookware was also made in this color. Learn the patterns and choose the one(s) you like best. Some of the patterns: Georgian, Swedish Modern, Fairfield . . . → Read More: Gold Vintage Glassware | Bling for Thanksgiving Table Setting
Okay, OOAK – one of a kind – might be a bit obscure. But not if you’re into vintage dinnerware and china, and love to use those unusual pieces, as well as just looking at them.
It is not necessary to have a complete set of matching tableware to have a great time setting the table or buffet, using your rare, out-of-the-ordinary vintage china.
Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah or other holidays are an easy excuse to bring out those cherished dishes for entertaining. Let them be your special pieces for serving appetizers, desserts and other foods you’ve made special for . . . → Read More: Thanksgiving table setting – add zing with OOAK vintage dishes