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I’ve had an idea for this tablescape since my father and stepmother gifted me this set of vintage plates and mugs with fruits on them last year. It didn’t turn out quite as I had expected since the colors in the plates were so muted compared to the jewel tones of the fruits, so I added my favorite set of cherry red dishes and glasses to balance the scene and add some depth underneath the pastel plates. I love that this feels like a crossover between summer and autumn with the Tuscan-esque pottery dishes mixed with the deep colors of autumn and summery bamboo silverware. Vintage makers along with sources for both vintage and new pieces to recreate this look are listed at the end of this post.
Cabbage ware platter: Vintage Fitz & Floyd
Similar vintage: Ebay, Mercari, and Ebay
Similar New: Williams Sonoma and Dillards
Bamboo Silverware: Amazon
Similar Vintage: Etsy and Ebay
Fruit plates and mugs: Vintage Fruit du Jour by Shafford
Similar vintage: Etsy, Etsy, Etsy, and Ebay
Similar new: Amazon and Wayfair
Red plates: Vintage Ruby Red Depresion Glass
Similar vintage: Ebay, Ebay, and Etsy
Similar new: Pottery Barn and Amazon
Red cups: Vintage Ruby Red Depression Glass
Similar vintage: Etsy, Etsy, and Ebay
Similar new: Pottery Barn, West Elm, and Amazon
Green napkins: Fete
Similar vintage: Ebay
Similar new: Amazon
Ceramic butterfly napkin rings: Secondhand, unmarked
One thought on “Tablescape Tuesday: Late Summer Cornucopia”
So pretty! Thrilled to see you posting again. You have a wonderful eye and I so admire your process!!!