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, July 6, 2011

Vintage Hazel Atlas "Pink Crinoline"

From a distance, this table might look suspiciously like my 1956 "Brookpark" table from last week, but I have used another vintage dinnerware pattern. 

My first pink pattern was this Hazel Atlas "Pink Crinoline" or "Ripple Pink" that has been passed down to me. I got a few pieces from both sides of my family, but it is hard to add to as the pieces are kind of expensive and hard to find. 


When I made the placemats for last week's table, I used this floral fabric on the reverse as a lining. All I did was turn them over...


I used again the Colony/Indiana Glass "Whitehall" iced tea glasses along with my mother's 1961 Oneidacraft "White Lily" stainless flatware.




Same flowers from last week...


Here are the same placemats turned back over to the check side...


Since I only have two of the Hazel Atlas bowls, I used these Hocking pink "Old Colony" bowls my mother gave me.




The really cool thing is that my 11-year-old daughter took these photos! She came up with some really nice photos, but her specialty is flowers. We are going to do a post that features her flowers soon.



(I think she is amazing!!)




I hope you see how you can take the same items and reuse them for another look. That's what it's all about for me.  I hope you enjoyed my vintage Hazel Atlas table!! Thanks so much for stopping by!

The girls' room is finished and they have moved back in and put their own touch in there. I'll be showing my version and their version soon!

I'll be joining Susan at BNOTP for "Tablescape Thursday" so be sure to stop by there!

Anita

37 comments:

  1. Anita, this is so pretty again. I've never heard of or seen these dishes before but I think they are so pretty with the ruffled edge. Your daughter did a great job with the photos! Enjoy the rest of the week. Blessings, Pamela

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  2. Anita, I fell in love with these dishes when I first discovered your blog and was going through older posts. In fact, I bought myself a set on EBay! I am having a tea luncheon next month so I will post about it then. I love your placemats and your daughter is very talented. xo,

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  3. Love this so much...the Hazel Pink Atlas is one of the patterns on my wish list. I want to come sit on y our deck and spend an afternoon at this tablescape. Thank you for sharing another gorgeous design. Cherry Kay

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  4. Another outstanding pink table, Anita!

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  5. I'm loving all of this pinkness. Just outstanding. I'm off to check out last week's table. I was away and missed it.

    - The Tablescaper

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  6. OH MY!! What a simply gorgeous table! Love the dishes, with that fluted edge on the saucers. Thanks so much for sharing!!

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  7. Oh Anita, I adore this pattern!! Your last two tablescapes have been such a feast for the eyes! So lovely! Thanks for posting my favorites!
    And your daughter is already such a talented photographer! How fun for the both of you.

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  8. Love these colors and the fact that you switched things around for a different look. I did that a couple of weeks ago with some blue and yellow elements.
    Your granddaughter is awesome. She is very talented. I look forward to her guest post. Hugs, Ginger

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  9. Hi Anita,
    LOVE this table...the colors are so beautiful, I love peachy-pinks! Your reversible placemats are gorgeous...what a great idea! The dishes are beautiful too; I really love those iced tea glasses. I wish I had a whole set!

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  10. Pretty in pink, Like the idea of reversible place mats. Love the rippled dishes.

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  11. Very pretty! I love your pink checked placemats. This is a setting any female is sure to love!

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  12. Wonderful photos! I especially like the table-level shot -- stunning! The ruffly edges of the plates and saucers are charming, and I love the handles of the cups and creamer and sugar. The pink glasses are wonderful!

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  13. I really love your peachy pink table,
    it is lovely and takes my breathe away. It looks so great on that smoked glass tabletop. Very dramatic. Love your placemats you did a wonderful job on them. I love florals and ginghams but I think my
    fav here is with the gingham, but they are both great and so nice you can do it 2 different ways. You could even mix the gingham and the floral if you wanted. The dishes are adorable too. Perfect centerpc. as well, everything is really lovely.
    Blessings, Nellie

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  14. Also tell your daughter her flower
    photographs were beautiful, really enjoyed them too!

    Blessings, Nellie

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  15. Anita my dear, you are blessed to have such a talent and a talented daughter too, her photo's are pro, and this tablescape is one of my favorites, I just love the pink/white checkered placemats you made, dawg gone I didnt know you sew.
    Can't wait to see more!!
    ~JO
    LazyonLoblolly

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  16. Such pretty dishes! I love the colors! Both sides of your placemats are adorable!

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  17. Such a lovely table!! Your dishes are fabulous. I love your pink glasses too!

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  18. You are amazing and so is your daughter!!! Those pictures are beautiful! One of my sweet nieces is into photography so guess what we did all weekend???? The rest of the family just kept rolling their eyes at us! Hope you had a great Fourth!

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  19. The pink crinoline keeps tempting me on ebay! I find it so dainty and frilly...it looks wonderful:*~:*~:*~:*~I love that your daughter is involved with your hobby too. My 15 year old loves to get into the picture taking and dish playing and its a great way for us to bond!
    I am following to see whats next cuz I adore what you have done!

    ~~Wendy

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  20. Absolutley Beautiful! So, now we get two amazing photographers on this blog? Heck yea! I love every inch of this table! You rock!!!!

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  21. Love the rippled plates. Very pretty tablescape. And your daughter is talented. I wish I had taken photography more seriously when I was her age.

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  22. What a gorgeous peachy pink table! LOVE..LOVE everything about it! Adorable rippled plates.The little one is so talented! Stunning shots!
    Thanks a bunch for sharing:)
    Hope to see you on my blog:)

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  23. I always thought I didn't like pink, but this is beautiful.Those ruffled dishes are wonderful, and the placemats are perfect.

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  24. Sweet table setting! My Mother had this dinnerware and it brings back fond memories of special times! How lucky you are to have some!

    Hugs,
    Maryjane

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  25. Loving your pinks! A Gorgeous table. Your daughter is an amazing photographer! Good job!

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  26. Very late to this party, but I love the table. I'm so fond of pink so I'm always excited when I open a tablescape post and see my favorite color.

    I think you have a budding photographer on your hands. The shots of that table reflected in the glass were really awesome!

    I love it and will try not to covet those pink glasses. I've tried before and failed but maybe this time. LOL

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  27. Anita, you have a darling stylist-in-training! She does a nice job.

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  28. Hi lovely lady. I love the way your Tablescape came out so Beautiful sweet lady. I also love your Pink dishes with Your glasses looks Great togther !!! Your Daughter takes great ~~~~photographer !!! I hope you have a Great Weekend.
    XXOO Diane

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  29. Such a beautiful table...I am in love with all of the pink! Definitely a "girlie" table and your photographer has done a wonderful job!!

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  30. Such a beautiful table...I am in love with all of the pink! Definitely a "girlie" table and your photographer has done a wonderful job!!

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  31. Hi Anita, Sorry I almost missed this post! Was very busy with a baby shower preperations. What beautiful ruffle dishes and glass cutwork bowls. The ruffles are the dressmaker details that are so in now and forever. Your so smart to make and reverse the placmats. Love them! Your precious daughter is learning from her mom the art of photography! She is so pretty. The pink is so calming and feminie. The cup and saucers are so sweet. Classic tabletop. Hope you keeping cool!

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  32. Another beautiful table! Love the placemats! Your daughter is adorable and VERY talented!!!! XO, Pinky

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  33. You set a lovely table - very charming pink. Wonderful job on the placemats, too. They are really nice.

    Your daughter has real talent. The photos are beautiful.

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  34. I love it! I wish I have this collection of Hazel Atlas also! I'm very happy that I found your blog! You have an amazing taste!

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  35. OHHH wow Anita i love your pink setting just magnificent :)
    I'm soooo loving the beautiful place mats you made :)
    This is my favorite post, but you knew that already didn't ya......lol
    Smart girl you :)
    xox~Mari

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  36. Oh, I found some of these pieces at a yard sale and paid $2.00 for all that I got. I did not know what it was, but now I do. I get it out when I have tea parties with my granddaughters. Love it and thanks for giving me a name for it!

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