Saturday, November 7, 2015

Spode Fairy Dell

This week's table features "Fairy Dell" by Spode. The pattern was produced beginning in 1927 and was finally discontinued in 1971. Although it was made in a smooth rim design, the most popular pattern is the swirl rim. Both have the famous multicolored flowers and sprays. Pat took one of the colors from the floral design and used that as the inspiration color.

Flatware is "Grand Colonial" by Wallace

Here is the purple color that Pat used as the inspiration

The napkin ring also holds a purple silk rose

Once again, Pat's husband spray painted an inexpensive lacquer charger with purple "Fusion" spray paint

These roses are actually in purple tones

Glassware is heavy "Omega" Marquis by Waterford

Where it came from:
Purple Charger - inexpensive lacquer charger on sale at Michael's and spray painted in plastic adhesive "Fusion" spray paint
Dinnerware - "Fairy Dell" by Spode from Pat's in-laws
Flatware - "Grand Colonial" Sterling Silver by Wallace from our Cousin
Glassware - "Omega" Marquis by Waterford
Silver Candle Holder - Pattern unknown from Art & Old Things (a local antique/gift store)
14" Candles - from the Ferndale Emporium (another local boutique)
Crystal Tea Light Holders - from Michael's
Purple Tea Lights - from Ross
Purple Silk Baby Roses - from Michael's

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


  1. Again I have to say you girls put another spectacular table together. can I please get invited just to see all your dishes you two collect? Have you ever counted how many dishes you both own? love the flowers in these pieces.Susie

  2. Very pretty! I agree with Susie. I would love to see where you stash all these treasures. I am very partial to that flatware. I don't think I have seen it before. Lovely!

  3. OK. I'm absolutely speechless over this table. To pull that purple color out of the pattern and coordinate with it was genius! That Spode pattern is priceless. Bravo, Ladies.....once again! Rosie @ The Magic Hutch