Yellow Depression Glass

 Inspiration for this tablescape came from these plates. I purchased them recently at an antique store when I went to visit my friend. I collect yellow depression glass, but didn't have matching plates. The name of this pattern is Madrid. See the diamond  shape in the center:

Now that I have dinner plates I can do a complete tablescape with my yellow depression glass collection!

For the centerpiece I used a pretty yellow glass platter, topped with silk flowers.
 Everyone knows my favorite flower is the yellow rose so I included these in different glass sherbets down the center of the table.

I only have one of these parfait dishes, wish I had more!

 Each sherbet is a different design, and sets on a different saucer:

They are all very delicate and pretty!

I think they make such a pretty centerpiece!

Each place setting has these pretty ruffled bowls on top. I'm sure they have a name, but I don't know what it is! If you do, please tell me!

I also collect yellow rose vintage hankies. I wrapped a different hankie around each napkin:

 I used faux crystal handled flatware to keep with the delicate color scheme.

 Which napkin is your favorite?

I also used mismatched yellow depression glass tea cups and saucers.

 I forgot to take a picture of each cup and saucer :-(

A view from the top of the biggest centerpiece

Now is a good time to show my yellow rose tea cart, since I haven't shown it in a while. I usually keep most of my yellow depression glass collection on top and bottom of this tea cart. With a lot of it used in the tablescape you can see the painting on top of the cart.

 It is handpainted:
 You can see some of the painting through the plate!

The tea cart sets in front of this window in the dining room.
 The curtains are made from a crocheted table top cover (on the left), and a crocheted table top runner (right.) The curtains are off-white voile. I made them years ago.

 I hope you like my yellow depression glass tablescape with the yellow roses, two of my favorite things!

 I'm linking to these parties:
Kathleen's Let's Dish
Susan's Tablescape Thursday
The Tablescaper's Seasonal Sundays

Thanks for hosting ladies!
Click on their names for lots more inspiration.