Tablescapes from Thrifty purchases

Tuesday, November 16, 2010

41st Tablescape - Old Bradbury/Johnson Bros.

Absolutely, absolutely love this china!  Old Bradbury from Johnson Brothers, this pattern was made during 1972-1982 and then discontinued.  It has The Johnson Brothers stamp on the bottom - "made for her majesty Queen Elizabeth" - how beautiful is that...



Set on a red tablecloth with a piece of white lace bunched up in the center;

The pieces speak for themselves....



The hand drawn roses are from my husband - he left four of them on my desk Monday morning....




With te candles lite....
As always - thanks to Susan at BNOTP for sponsoring Tablescape Thursdays. Remember: "Around the world - - life is best around the table". Thanks for visiting & please leave some encouraging words!

15 comments:

  1. Tammy, what beautiful china! You've shown it off beautifully with the deep red and white. I especially love the napkins -- so versatile!

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  2. I think that china is so lovely! I would love to have some pieces in that pattern. I'm so fond of red, and this is such a pretty red and white table.

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  3. I don't know what happened to my comment, but here goes again- this is one of my favs of yours- I love the way you use red accents against the pink and white plates!!! Love it! the candles in the center with the poofy tulle look good too!

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  4. Tammy, the china is beautiful. I'm fond of most things red, and this table certainly makes me smile. ~ Sarah

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  5. LOVE those dishes! LOVE THEM, LOVE THEM, LOVE THEM!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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  6. I love red! Your china is fabulous. Table looks wonderful

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  7. What a pretty table! I just love that china. The red is so lovely.

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  8. Tammy,

    Love the dishes - so beautiful. Thanks for sharing and Happy Thanksgiving!

    Carol

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  9. Yes, the china is beautiful. But I am in love with the big print on the wall. Like the napkin rings too!

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  10. I love red and this table is really stunning. Your centerpiece really fits right in to the drama! Perfect.

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  11. What an absolutely perfect table setting you have created just in time for the holidays. I just love all of the different textures. Have a very Happy Thanksgiving.

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  12. The china is gorgeous, and you've used it so effectively with the red linens. My eye was immediately drawn the the hand drawn roses from your husband...a precious gift of love. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  13. A very pretty setting. The candlelight adds a perfect warmth to this holiday table.

    Thanks for visiting me too!

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  14. I have always loved pink and red together, you you were able to pull it off just wonderfully! Very inviting!

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  15. what is a set like that worth?

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