Wednesday

Tablescape Thursday

It's been a while since I've done a tablescape. Today I want to share a tablescape my daughter did using her Kate Spade china. Any Kate Spade fans out there? My daugher, Ashleigh absolutely loves anything by Kate Spade!
Not a very good picture, but you can see the name and make. I took these photos last year, and thought I had accidentally deleted them, but found them recently!

Each plate has a silver deer in the center and on the cups:

There's also a regal deer in the center of this serving bowl:
My daughter and her husband like simplistic things that are very elegant though simple.


The centerpiece is my son-in-law's grandmother' s antique candlestick:

A child's plate is perfect with child sized silverware:
The silver fork and spoon belonged to both my daughters when they were small.


The napkin rings are silver with small silver bells:

The salt and pepper shakers are small bells:

How cute is that?!


She inherited the silver from me:
It is "Silver Surf" by Steiff. The crystal was also mine, both sets are gifts from my wedding in 1960.

I have forgotten the name of the crystal and can't figure out how to find it, anybody know?
The stems of the tea and water goblets, and the sherbets, are curved at the bottoms, same as the "surf" design on the silver.
I remember the name of the china I chose back then (not shown here) it is Symmetra by Castleton. My daughter also has the china.

The Symmetra china is plain eggshell with a single platinum band around the edge and goes well with her Kate Spade winter china, above.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions to find out the name of this crystal.
It is from the 60s.


Beautiful place setting.

Beautiful centerpiece.

Beautiful silver!

Beautiful crystal:

Beautiful tablescape!


Thank you for visiting, I hope you enjoyed Ashleigh's winter tablescape!

Thanks to Susan for hosting Tablescape Thursday! Click here for lots more tablescape inspiration.
Katherine

20 comments:

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Very pretty in its simplicity. Those bell salt and pepper are really unique!

Carolyn said...

It is a very pretty and elegant table your daughter has set!

Carolyn

Denise said...

Oh! I love the napkin rings and salt and peppers.

Don't you just love the "junior" placesettings?!

She did a very nice job, indeed.

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

Katherine, it's been a while since I've been by, your daughter's tablescape is wonderful. I love the china with the deer in the center, and the heirlooms are wonderful. Beautiful. Hugs, Marty

Kathleen said...

So pretty, K. Love the bell s and p's.
Lenox outlet used to carry some Kate Spade. I always looked for it!
Hope you are well!

A Hint of Home said...

Hi KK,
The dishes are very pretty and elegant! I love the napkin rings and those bell salt and pepper shakers. So cut1e

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Welcome back, Katherine! We've missed you, and I love Kate Spade. Ashleigh's table is just wonderful, and I thoroughly enjoyed seeing it. That china is as cute as can be, and I love the bells. Love all the other elements like the crystal, too. Please thank her for sharing her table with us. Great job!

Happy Tablescape Thursday to you...

XO,

Sheila :-)

P.S. I know you dropped by my blog earlier, but I just wanted you to know that I did post the first set of pictures from the tour of homes you didn't get to see. I'll post the other part sometime soon. Sorry you couldn't make it!

Love Bears All Things said...

That is very pretty!
Mama Bear

Adrienne said...

Beautiful! So glad to hear from you again - I've missed you! Thanks for sharing this wonderful tablescape - it has so much fun in the design!
~Adrienne~

The Tablescaper said...

Katherine:

So simple and elegant. Love the little jingle bell on the napkin rings and the s & p!

- The Tablescaper

Susan said...

Beautiful. Elegant but simple.

Tricia@The Dull and the Dutiful said...

That really is stunning china! I know your daughter and son-in-law will enjoy it for many years to come. And how wonderful that you've given them your silver and crystal!

Debbie said...

It is, indeed, the simplicity of it that makes it so lovely. I love the way those red candles just stand out.

I love your crystal. It seems like it should be able to be identified because the stems are so unique.

And when I saw that child's plate, that just made it perfect.

Alycia Nichols said...

FABULOUS Kate Spade dishes!!! I love 'em!!! She comes up with some really cool stuff. I don't have any of hers yet (I've been prohibited to bring another dish into this house until spring!), but it's on the bucket list! The napkin rings are really unique! Love 'em! Very neat flatware, too. The curvy shape is very interesting and a perfect foil to the china. Have a great weekend!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

This is quite lovely -- I can see why she's head over heels with her pretty china -- and I'm sure also loving your generous gift of crystal and silver that goes so well. I especially love the s&p bells and the antique candlestick.

Bill said...

It's all very beautiful, Katherine! We can see that your daughter inherited your sense of style and elegance (along with the beautiful crystal and silver you graciously shared with her).

The stemware appears to be Fostoria's "Contour," manufactured from 1955-1971 (so it would have been available when you selected your pattern). Check it out on Replacements: http://www.replacements.com/webquote/FOSCON.htm#145835

Hope you have an enjoyable weekend. Thank you for stopping by. It's always a pleasure to hear from you.

Kindest regards,
Bill

PEA said...

Sometimes a tablescape is at its most beautiful in its simplicity. I just love the dishes, so delightful with the deer on them! And the salt & pepper shakers, just awesome:-) Everything looks gorgeous. xoxo

The Quintessential Magpie said...

Katherine, I hope you're okay. Just checking in to see if all is well. Hope you haven't caught that nasty respiratory bug that has been floating around throughout the country.

XO,

Sheila :-)

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

Hello Katherine~Hello~Looks like you're off to a fabulous start for the day of ..."l'amour" with this beautiful tablescape.

I feeling an urgency now for Valentines Day, especially since it's just around the corner.
It seems...like I've just removed my Christmas wreaths (literally) and now it's time to spread some hearts around.
I'm looking forward to all the inspiration you're sure to be filling my life with this new year.

Sweet Wishes,
Sara

Sara's Sweet Surprise said...

P.S. I just wanted to say... how much I adored the bell salt and pepper shakers.
I've a passion for miniatures and what girl can pass up anything shinny, these fit both passions lol.

Sweet wishes,
Sara