Join me as I embrace and share American country style by reclaiming the past...my family's past. Come along as I make my house a home on a $0 budget with reclaimed, repurposed, recycled and found treasures all out of my grandparent's old house, local junk shops and my parent's attic. And since we have to eat too, I'll sprinkle in some gardening, country recipes, and a whole lot of southern hospitality.

Wednesday, October 14, 2009

Vintage Brown Drip Autumn...

Thank you to Susan for hosting Tablescape Thursday again. Please check out her fun, Halloween  tablescape after leaving here!



I fell in love with "Brown Drip" pottery several years ago and started collecting pieces.  I have a variety of Hull and McCoy, and lucked into a whole box of around thirty pieces for $20 from an antiques dealer. I decided to use it since the brown is so nice for Fall. Enjoy!!




Hull plates, Walmart napkins and chargers, napkin rings from Bed, Bath and Beyond. The sterling flatware is by Wallace, "Louvre" from 1893.




The candle holders from Big Lots, filled with potpourri...



Imperial Glass amber goblet, "Old Williamsburg." Amber tumbler is by Hazel-Atlas, "Dots." Below, goblet from Wal-mart with Imperial Glass goblet.



I made the table runner out of this lovely paisley from a local fabric store...






Hull pitcher with real fall foliage from outside...



A view at night...



Thank you all for visiting and for the wonderful ideas I get when I visit your blogs! Please come back Friday for Apple Crisp...

18 comments:

  1. Hi Anita, what a wonderful table...literally! Love the character of it! The placesettings and centerpiece are wonderful! Great job!

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  2. Beautiful table. Love your fall tablescape.

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  3. What a beautiful centerpiece, love the brown tones in the setting, just wonderful..

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  4. Lovely table, so Fall looking and I love your table. You are so creative. Your Wallace is stunning! Someday when the price of silver falls I'm going to invest in a set.
    ~ ~Ahrisha~ ~

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  5. Beautiful Fall table. Like all the layers and the golds , ambers and browns make it all so warm.
    Linda Q

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  6. Wow, Anita, you made the table and had the base made. It is beautiful. You are so creative in everything you do. I believe this table setting is my favorite so far. Love the hurricanes from Big Lots of all places. Beautiful fall colors makes this setting so warm and inviting....Kim

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  7. I was impressed as soon as you said you made the table. Not only is your tablescape beautiful, the entire room is beautiful. The table by candlelight, stunning. I really enjoyed my visit.

    Sue

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  8. What a beautiful tablescape! I love your set you collected. It's fun to find something we love and then collect it. I always worry they will stop producing before I finish my collection. Thanks for sharing. Happy Fall!

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  9. Very pretty fall tablescape -- love your brown drip dishes -- I've noticed them on several tables lately and it's really pretty. Love the way you've encorporated it.

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  10. Your vintage brown dip pottery is perfect for fall. Love it with the amber glassware. Beautiful table.

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  11. Happy Fall! Your tablescape is beautiful! Please stop by for a visit soon.
    Michelle

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  12. Oh that is so pretty...Such lovely Fall colors and textures..Great job!

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  13. Anita,
    I am a new follower and just love your table! I'm a fan of brown drip and have a rather "eclectic" (meaning mis-matched!) set I've collected over the years. I think I'm going to post a tablescape with them next week for our first fall weenie roast! Thanks the great ideas.

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  14. Interesting post as I had no idea they called this brown drip. Your table looks so inviting and the cobbler sounds like a great way to end a perfect meal during these cooler days and nights. Thanks for sharing all with me.
    Joyce

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  15. HI! Just found your blog from a comment you left at Debbie's on RMS! This table is GORGEOUS!!!!!!!!! I love all the details AND the fact that you found some WONDERFUL bargains! I LOVE doing tablescapes and have many posted on RMS. Do you participate in Tablescape Thursday over at Between Naps On the Porch???? If not, you have GOT to check it out!!!! www.betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com You will love it! Pinky

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  16. PS, forgot to say how BEAUTIFUL the table is!!!!! GREAT job! You must be VERY handy!!!! Pinky

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  17. I am a new follower and have throughly enjoyed going thru past posts. Impressed that you made this beautiful table by upcycling!!!! I have the same hazel atlas tumblers along with the matching pitcher- just love the amber color-envious of your hull "brown drip" collection.

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  18. I was wondering through your blog and found this post on drip. I thought you might like to check out my post where I used my brown drip
    http://thetablescaper.blogspot.com/2009/11/benefit-harvest-home-tour-part-i.html

    The Tablescaper

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