Monday, April 5, 2010

Dining Room Sideboard

For this week's Table Top Tuesday I'm showing my dining room sideboard. Right now, I'm using it to display some pretty demitasse cups inherited from my Great-Aunt Lottie and a plate and covered pitcher that belonged to my husband's parents. 
Here's a closer look at a demitasse cup and saucer.  The marking on the bottom is "Ebeling and Reuss American Artware."  I found some almost identical ones on eBay, but with a navy band.  Given the price on eBay, these have only sentimental value, but I love them.

At the other end of the sideboard is a platter and pitcher set marked "Ningpo Wedgwood, Etruria, England."  My husband's parents bought it many years ago and gave it to us recently. I love the colors and think it looks especially good against the red wall of the dining room. 
Thank you for visiting my dining room, and please check out the other links at Marty's Table Top Tuesday at A Stroll Thru Life!

14 comments:

  1. What a beautiful sideboard...I love the red walls in your dining room and those pieces of china are just so pretty. Enjoyed your post.

    Miss Bloomers

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  2. Pretty dining room! Your dishes really do pop against the wall color.
    I too love the hand me down dishes! :)

    ~Liz

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  3. Beautiful dishes. I LOVE the pictures on the wall.

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  4. Your sideboard looks so lovely! I adore your beautifully colored cherished dishes. Those lovely prints hanging on the wall are beautiful! Love it all!
    Be a sweetie,
    shelia :)

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  5. Thanks for visiting today! Your DR is so elegant, with your goodies displayed. I really like the prints above the sideboard, too -- very classic.

    Scribbler

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  6. Your sideboard is beautiful and the collection of cups and saucers is displayed so beautifully. I love that you placed one of them on a cup and saucer stand to showcase the pretty pattern. The other side with the silver candlestick, the plate and pitcher is just the perfect compliment to the vignette. Thanks so much for joining the party. Hugs, Marty

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  7. Your china sets are all beautiful. Makes me think I should be getting my china OUT of the hutch!
    Thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a comment...I have become a follower and invite you to do the same.

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  8. Hi..thanks so much for stopping in to have tea with me today. and please come back to see me soon.

    Your sideboard....oh, it is just beautiful. All the colors in the delightful dishes, especially against the red walls, are so so pretty.

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  9. Very pretty, and those prints above work so well with it!

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  10. Very pretty, Tricia. I love all of the china pieces!! And I love the color of your dining room walls.

    So glad I stopped by!

    xoxo
    Jane

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  11. Your china is lovely and the color coordinates beautifully with the dining room. But I am sooooo intrigued by the frame prints you have and would love to know more about them. Hope you'll stop by and get in on our really useful giveaway. -- Jane F.

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  12. Beautiful. The demitasse set is so pretty, and I love the plate and pitcher. Also love the pictures about the buffet. laurie

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  13. I love all your tea sets! The pictures above your sideboard are very appropriate and interesting. Thank you for stopping by Americana By Candlelight. I really don't have much willpower when it comes to chocolate and peanut butter! Joan

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