Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Spode Byron Tea and Coffee Buffet

Last Thursday I posted a tablescape using Spode Byron which you can view HERE.  I set up the buffet for coffee, tea and dessert.  Grab a cup and pull up a chair. 

   Each piece depicts a different view of rural, English country life.

 These flatware holders are perfect to hold small tea spoons and forks.  The fabric these are made of is the same fabric that I had custom valances for the shop made from.  The scenes are perfect with that of the Byron dishes.  I didn't realize this when I chose the fabric.  Aren't they cute?  Heidi, at Green Onion Designs make these flatware holders in different fabrics...or your own.
 The flatware  tips are embellished with little teapots...too cute. 
This is a large charger or chop plate which I rested on a vintage amber cake pedestal to give it a little height.  I love the scene on this piece.  It is called Pet of the Common by J C Horsley and depicts three children in a field, one holding a baby donkey. 


 

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18 comments:

  1. Nancy, your things are all lovely. The table is so enchanting I wish I could sit down there for a while! So inviting and the lighting shows so well in the pictures.

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  2. Just gorgeous Nancy! Every details is stunning!

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  3. Hi Nancy,
    You have the most wonderful collection of china of any blogger I 'know.' Every pattern is simply gorgeous and you have such a way of displaying it all that it just looks that much more beautiful! It's always a pleasure to visit you. Thank you for sharing and I wish you and your loved ones a Very Happy Thanksgiving.

    Blessings,
    Sandi

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  4. Hi Nancy, I'm visiting from Martha and Terri's Tea Cup Tuesday. Your house looks so warm and cozy. And your tea set is so beautiful and unique. I have never seen one like it. I love your little silver spoons wrapped in your beautiful napkins. Great Job! I am your newest follower. *hugs*

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  5. Oh this setting is totally gorgeous! All your details are so beautiful. I love your napkins and how you folded them as well.
    Happy Thanksgiving to you!
    Terri

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  6. I love your Byron sets Nancy, I have actually found a piece - a dinky little milk/cream jug the same shape as your sugar bowl:o) I'm going to have to find a whole lot more before I can lay them out so beautifully!
    (Your flatware holders are too cute).
    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  7. Your buffet is really wonderful. The entire room is very serene and comforting. I Love those dishes!!! happy thanksgivings.

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  8. Absolutely gorgeous! I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  9. Hi Nancy, I have never seen that pattern before but it is very pretty. The dish with the baby donkey is so unusual! have a wonderful thanksgiving! Linda

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  10. Nancy, you just have one after another gorgeous patterns! I just love this one and then you cut back to the table, wow. This is so pretty. I love the green, it is such an unusual color and so popular now. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  11. Nancy:

    Oh so beautiful. Have a very happy Thanksgiving.

    - The Tablescaper

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  12. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Nancy.

    Everything is just exquisite. It evokes feelings of grace and warmth.

    I hope to see you Saturday for Pink Saturday.♥

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  13. Nancy...your buffet and table are set stunningly!!

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  14. Just gorgeous, Nancy. I like the cherub scones that trail down the wall, too, they add an interesting contrast to the dishes.

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  15. Sorry to be late for tea, Nancy. This looks lovely as does all that you do. I'm fond of the Byron tea and coffee service. Always enjoy the posts you share on this pattern.

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  16. Your buffet is gorgeous and I love the Byron pattern and the flatware holders. Nancy, You always have the most beautiful tablescapes.
    Hugs,
    Sherry

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