Saturday, October 31, 2015

Pembroke by Aynsley Table

Pat found three simple candle holders at our favorite antique store the other day. She had an idea to use them in a couple of different ways - here is what she finally came up with for this week's table:

The pattern is Aynsley "Pembroke"

The flatware belonged to our Mother - "King James" by Oneida

We probably use this glass charger way too much - but it's the perfect color for this week's pattern

I love the delicate look of the etched glass - a dear friend gave me four of them (pattern unknown) after her Mother passed away 

The inspiration candle holders

Where it came from:
Blue Glass Charger - by Bormioli from Ross years ago
Dinnerware and matching pieces - "Pembroke" by Aynsley from eBay and Replacements
Flatware - "King James" Silverplate by Oneida from our Mother
Etched Water Goblet - pattern unknown, a gift from a dear friend
Blue Fluted Champagne - from eBay
Blue Glass Candle Holders - from Art & Old Things (our favorite local antique store)
Candles - from the Ferndale Emporium (another one of our favorite local stores)
Silk Roses - from Michael's

We will be joining the following Blog Parties this week:
"Table It!" at Rustic & Refined this Sunday:
"What's It Wednesday" at Ivy and Elephants:
"Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch:


  1. Very pretty! I love the pattern on those dishes.

  2. That's beautiful, and the blue glass really makes it. I love your mother's Oneida - a subtly elegant choice.
    Rita C at Panoply

  3. Oh, what exquisite china! And you've accented it so perfectly. As always, a lovely table. Rosie @ The Magic Hutch