Wednesday, November 30, 2011

Accident at Thanksgiving Time in Texas

Pilgrims by Kaldun & Bogle. My mother ,89, was in a car accident during Thanksgiving time and we were unable to post prior to Thanksgiving. She is doing better but she must heal for six weeks.
Green Majolica turkey pattern on Turkey platter.
Thanksgiving Table ready for the gathering of family.
Pumpkin soup tureen and ladle by Kaldun & Bogle.
Turkey tea light and Pumpkin votive.
Orange soup bowls by Mainstay.

First course is pumpkin soup with a dollop of cream.
Pumpkin ribbon tied in a bow full of soup spoons.
Harvest of fruits.

Cornucopia of plenty.
Basketful of bounty.

Orange or Red autumn leaves votive.
Green majolica turkey dinnerware by Bordallo Pinheiro.
Green majolica embossed turkey with acorns and leaves.
Napkin embroidered turkey tea towel.

Fall leaves water goblet by Sticla.
Copper flatware by Towle.
Pumpkin teapot by Kaldun & Bogle.
Turkey teapot by Kaldun & Bogle.
Dessert course served with sweets and hot tea. Four different flavors of tea in either one of two turkey teapots or one of two pumpkin teapots.
Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!


Linda @ A La Carte said...

What a gorgeous table! I love your dishes! So sorry your Mom was in an accident I hope she will be feeling better soon.

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...
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~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I'm so sorry about your Mom being in a car accident. I hope she will get better soon. You did a Gorgeous tablescape for Thankgiving love ever thing. Thank so much for your comments on my Christmas past tablescape. I hope you have a great week. Tell your mom I said HI.
XXOO Diane

Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) said...

Hi darling, I hope this finds your mother improving each day. Thoughts and prayers headed your way. Your table is incredible. I love your soup spoons all tied up.. and your stemware is out of this world. I'm so glad you shared with us. hugs ~lynne~

Susan (My Place to Yours) said...

Pam, I'm so sorry about your Mother. Accidents are never welcome, but somehow when they happen during the holidays they seem even more traumatic. I'm glad she'll be okay.

I LOVE your Bordallo turkey plates! They set the tone for a wonderful Thanksgiving table!

Entertaining Women said...

Love your tablescape. The soup spoons are a great design, and I really like all the majolica green pieces. I still haven't posted my Thanksgiving table...this week. My schedule just never seems to mesh exactly with the rest of blog world...ah well, it all comes out in the wash. Thank you for inviting us for a peak at your holiday celebration. Hope that your mom continues to heal quickly. Cherry Kay

Robin said...

Thanks for visiting. You have some really beautiful things. I have never seen that flatware before and it's so pretty and unique. All of your colors are so vivid and you have so many nice pieces. Hope you Mom is on the mend.

Robin Flies South

Martha said...

A lovely table! Sorry about your mother! Barb at the Antique Shop told me about your stopping by her shop and mentioning me. I am so glad you liked our little town -- it is a nice place to live . . . BUT . . . the next time you come to town, you MUST give me a call and we can share either tea or a lunch!!!! I'd love to have you stop by Linderhof. On my blog there is my email address -- so you can contact me by email and we can make arrangements! I would LOVE to meet you (and if your husband is with you, that's great too -- Jim loves to meet blogger friends husbands!!!!)

I am so glad that you liked FS and am glad that you found some treasures. I find treasures at Iron Star ALL OF THE TIME!!!! It's a great shop!

Please do let me know the next time you'll be stopping by my little town on the prairie.

Marlis said...

Love love love the table.. this is the first time I've ever seen the Bordalla turkey plates. I love them. Your other pieces are perfect with them. So glad your mom is doing okay. Prayers for her healing.. xo marlis

Elaine said...

Pam, I hope your mom is doing okay! Your Thanksgiving table is gorgeous and well worth waiting for! You have some very lovely treasures!

Thanks for visiting my blog, and leaving such a nice comment!

Creating Wonderful Spaces

Kathe said...

I love everything about your table. The plates, the bowls, the napkins, just everything! I am so glad to have found your blog! Thank you for your kind words. I hope you visit again soon!

~Tablescapes By Diane~ said...

Hi lovely lady.
I hope your Mon is doing better now.
I would like to thank you so much for your sweet comments on my my new Tablescape for Christmas. I 'm going to put a new on Monday you may like.
I hope you have a wonderful Christmas with your family. and tell your Mon I said Hi.
XXOO Diane

Micupoftea~ said...

SOrry to hear your mother was injured...hope she is recovering nicely! GORGEOUS table, beautiful dishes. Please stop by for a Cup Of Christmas Tea!

Bonnie said...

So sorry to hear about your mother's car accident. I can't image her suffering. I appreciate your visit all the more with all you have to do. I am sure she appreciates your care at such a busy time.

Glad to meet you and hope Christmas will have a special meaning for all of your family.

Your Thanksgiving table is so pretty and reflects your care and love for your family.

xinex said...

I LOVE everything but my very favorite is the flatware set. Such a pretty copperish color and love the texture too. This table is so much fun and so festive. It exudes warmth..Christine

Confessions of a Plate Addict said...

So pretty and festive! Love the tablescape! Hope your mom is doing better. Happy week!...hugs...Debbie

Anita @ Cedar Hill Ranch said...

Sorry to hear about your mom's accident. I sure hope she is doing better. The table is lovely and very festive. I hope you got to enjoy it.

Sonia said...

Oh those dishes are so beautiful..I have a few pieces but your table set with them is a dream! I love it! Hope you are enjoying the season! Merry Christmas!
Miss Bloomers

Kathy said...

Love your table - I hope all is well with your Mother! Thinking of you!