Sunday, September 20, 2015

Orange burst upon Autumn

Autumn
Fall Flowers
Bright Breezy Leaves
 A table full of fall with orange and creamy hues! 
 The centerpiece of floral bouquets, wooden textures and colorful glass!
 The left side of the centerpiece is a porcelain figure flanked by candleholders and flowers.
 Candleholders of orange and sage glass with shiny surfaces!
 A closer view of blossoms and ball shapes!
 The orange glass candlestick crowned by dusty orange candle.
 A close-up of gold tipped orange mums, yellow flower with dark center, red and golden berries and cattails in the centering the bouquet.
Glass colored candleholders turned upside down to showcase the green and orange orbs!
 The female oriental lady sits and weaves her wooden basket featuring fall hues.
 The porcelain figures balance the centerpiece  are raised on wood stands!
 The lovely root of a fir tree is carved by Chinese artisans into a basket shape with a special natural knot. These roots are excavated from around fir tree to allow new trees to sprout and grow.
 The right side of the centerpiece mimics the left side.
 Another orange glass candlestick gives height to the centerpiece.
The wood stand elevates the oriental male carving a figure with handcrafted tools!
The bright autumn blooms are a showy bunch.
You are welcomed to a place setting of fall colors and accessories.
The china has charming enameled flowers in the temple shape of Lenox "Temple Blossoms" with pretty orange, yellow and blue colors. The salad plate is the first layer of the plates.
The dinner plate has a center with a stem of colorful blossoms and the rim repeats these flowers.
The bottom layer is the orange shiny metallic place plate!
A shiny orange pumpkin sparkles on the bread and butter plate. The orange place mat is trimmed with a white woven band and accompaning this is the clear orange tinted with silver band flatware.
The pumpkin shape enamel ring with beautiful green shape leaves holds the rolled napkin!
Bright orange wine glass is waiting for sparkling water to quench your thirst.
The Mikasa crystal goblet will serve orange flavored water in the Italian Countryside pattern.
Hot tea will have a warming feel and will be served with pumpkin cookies to sweeten your taste!
The place setting has the trio of beverages at your finger tips!

The Pumpkin Spice Rooibos is another choice when serving something hot or a comforting tea with cream and sugar!
 
An elegant setting of china, crystal, and flatware  grace the tablescape with fall decorations!
Welcome to the beginning of Autumn!
 
 
I will be posting this on the following tea blogs; 
and Bernideen's Tea Time Blog,
along with the blog of;
Between Naps on the Porch,
and
are some of my favorites and
I will also post on them this week!
 
 
 

21 comments:

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Yet another wonderful tablescape, Pam! I love all the texture and colour you have used here. The Lennox china is perfect for the setting and the shiny pumpkins add the whimsy I love too. Thanks so much for sharing and have a lovely first week of Autumn.

Blessings,
Sandi

kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Wow, what a table, Pam! The Lenox dishes are so pretty and perfect for Fall. Your figurines are so interesting and so is the basket carved from the root of a fir tree. You always set such a lovely table for your guests (and us) to admire and enjoy.

Deborah Montgomery said...

Beautiful fall table, with so many lovely touches. Love the pumpkins on the bread plates, and the design on the Lenox dishes. Such a richly colorful table for my favorite time of year.

Bernideen said...

Pam:
Your table setting is amazing. I know it brings everyone joy that see it. Lovely china with those fall colors. Love table arrangements too! So glad you shared!

Carol Palmer said...

Absolutely beautiful! Fall is my very favorite time of the year.

Margie said...

Thank you for visiting me, Pam!

Your autumn-themed tablescape is lovely! I especially like your Lenox china and cute pumpkin napkin holders. Bring on the pumpkin-flavoured teas!

Martha's Favorites said...

Hi Pam: Your table is amazing. I love how you used the wooden stand to rise the figurine. Your china is just perfect. Thank you so much for sharing it with us. I always learn new ways to display items on my table thanks to you. Have a great week. Blessings, Martha

doodles n daydreams said...

This is a wonderful table setting. A lot of thought and effort has gone into it and I am sure that all will appreciate what has been done.

Diana

Susan Clayton said...

Gorgeous tablescape. Such attention to detail. It could be a magazine feature.

Jill said...

Love your pretty autumn tablescape. It is amazing what different heights make for an interesting display. The fall place setting is quite attractive and welcoming for a fall lunch. Jill at Teacups and Stitches dot com

xinex said...

I love your table, Pam! You have so many pretty Fall table accessories and you sure put them all together well...Christine

Pammy Sue said...

Hey there Miss Pammy Sue! I was tickled to see your email. I am from Texas too, born and raised. We just moved to Washington State from the Dallas area about two months ago when my husband retired. It sure is different up here, but that Texas heat finally got to me and ran me outta there! We're enjoying the much cooler weather and a TRUE autumn already. Thanks for leaving a message. I hope you come back and enjoy reading. Your blog looks lovely. I'm going to look around a while! See ya. ♥♥♥

Nora @ Teacup Tales said...

Stunning tablescape! Fall colors are my favorites and you blended all of the accessories and flowers so well. Your Lenox dishes are beautiful. Their coloring reminds me of a Lenox Autumn pattern featured in Tea Time magazine this month. Love the pumpkin napkin holders as well.

Maria Andrade said...

Hello Pam! You certainly created an attractive and cosy environment with this very beautiful Fall tablescape! Not only the china and glass but all the details make very appropriate highlights to celebrate this time of year! Thanks for sharing and for visiting me, too!

Karen said...

Wow Pam!
Amazing! So much thought and detail into your gorgeous fall tablescape. It should definitely be in a magazine! The Lenox china is perfect and very lovely. I have never seen it before. Wish I was closer to sit at your beautiful table with you. Belated Happy Tea Day! Sorry I couldn't visit sooner but life got in the way! Kareb

first-day-of-fall said...

Beautiful, lovely, gorgeous...I don't have enough adjectives! I love your china, the orange candleholder and candle, the centerpiece...all of it. Great attention to detail...perfect for the season.

Valerie Roberts said...

What a gorgeous table! Your deep rich colors. I love the way you have used your goblets, so clever. Napkin rings are adorable. Everything is so warm and welcoming. Valerie

janice15 said...

A very lovely tablescape. I love the Lenox dishes nice change.. And I also like the oriental man and woman weaving a basket. Very nice Happy Autumn with love Janice

Debbie@Debbie-Dabble and A Debbie-Dabble Christmas said...

An Absolutely beautiful autumn tablescape!! So pretty and so unique!!

Love it!!
Thanks so much for stopping by!!

Hugs,
Debbie

Crystal Grandeur said...


It's always a pleasure visiting your posts. I must say you are a wonderful blogger. Thank you for your lovely comment. Love your table and your pumpkin ring is awesome. Very colourful table and like all the things that you have placed. The ceramic dolls are real cuties. Hope you are enjoying the season. Our Prime Minister Mr Modi is in your country and we are watching the happenings on TV. Have a beautiful Day. Hugs Sujatha:)

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