Sunday, November 16, 2014

Thanksgivings - N - Blue

 A touch of blue will accent the
Thanksgiving Day's table. The centerpiece tureen by Kaldun and Bogle has acorns as the finial, antlers for handles and a beautiful fall scene. The creamer and sugar repeat the same fall shape combined with leaves of autumn hues.
Large and small touches of blue are seen in the lidded jar and small glass pumpkin. 

Tom Turkey is presented in his glory
among fall vegetables.  
 The colors of fall are shown in each piece. Again, accents of blue are in the small lidded ceramic pumpkin and the large cascading glazed  on the large pumpkin. 
Pheasants, ducks and turkeys are part of the fall setting. The Kaldun and Bogle pitcher compliments the other pieces created by them.
 The pheasant scene on the picture gives a insight to country setting. A different antler surround the footed pitcher.
 Autumnal place setting,
salad with accent of blue,
 the dinner plate shows its lovely blue filigree.
With blues, browns, and red plumage of Tom Turkey, your plate can be filled with all the trappings of Thanksgiving. 
 A pop of blue of the flatware handle, an embroided turkey on the golden napkin and a tiny duck represents a napkin ring. The orange pumpkin will hold a hearty pumpkin soup.
 The golden oak leafed goblet is complete with its tree trunk and branches are ready for one of several drinks that are available for dining. Even Texans drink sweeten ice tea on special days.
My favorite part of the table are the bronze antler candle holders .
The other bronze antler candle holders lights the western end of the table.
The table is prepared so we can graciously dine on the special day of the year. We will give thanks to God for our bounty and remember family members not able to attend. 
 I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
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are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!