So when she picked Richard Simmons' "Nana's Birthday" doll for the inspiration for this week's table, I was surprised. The only thing that she and Nana have in common is their smile. [Pat jokingly pointed out that she did have her own teeth - unlike Nana.]
Set for two, the table is for Pat and her husband of more than 45 years.
The detail is incredible on this doll - from the lace on her dress, her hair net, to the tiny Hummel figurine in her hand
No, I didn't goof.....I removed the glasses on one place setting so that you could see everything on the table.
Pink Charger - a gift from my wonderfully kind neighbor (who puts up with all my dachshunds)
Dinner Plate - "Claret" Fiesta(ware) by Homer Laughlin from Macy's
Luncheon Plate - "Peacock" Fiesta(ware) by Homer Laughlin from Replacements
Salad Plate - "Total Color Spectrum" (1980-1987) by Fitz & Floyd from eBay
White Bread/Butter Plate - "White" Fiesta(ware) by Homer Laughlin from Replacements.com
Flatware - "Sculpt" by Lenox from Tuesday Morning
Glassware - assorted Depression glass from our collection
Figurine - "Nana" from Richard Simmons collection of "Nana's Family" by Anne Wahl from our Mother
We will be joining the following Blog parties this week:
"Dishing It! & Digging It!" at Rustic & Refined this Sunday: http://www.rustic-refined.com/
"Tablescape Thursday" at Between Naps on the Porch: http://betweennapsontheporch.net/