Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Thanksgiving Dinner Plate Selections!

My Christmas China post from several years ago continues to be very popular, so I thought I would do a Thanksgiving china round-up this year! 
Thanksgiving Dinner Plate and China Round Up!


#1 - Juliska Forest Walk Leaf Plates aren't they cute??
#2 - Herend Rust Bouquet Dinner Plate - a classic style
#3 - Harvest Dinner Plate - add some color to your table!
#4 - "Oro Bello" Dinner Plates, I love the gold trim here!
#5 - Glen Lodge  I just love the tartan pattern, don't you??
#7 - Gilded Woods  - these a more simple and are perfect for more contemporary settings!
#8 - Juliska Forest Walk Dinner Plate, these were inspired by a walk in the woods, really! The owner's children went for a walk in the woods and like to pick up things along the way and this is what they found!
#9 - Spode Woodland Bird Dinner Plates. I just love the Woodland Spode for Thanksgiving and this is what I use too!
#11 - Plymouth Pumpkin Dinner Plates, Set of 4 these are pretty cute!
#14 - Squirrel Plates  are pretty dang cute, aren't they???
Did you find some Thanksgiving china that you liked? What pattern do you use? Do you break out the fancy formal wear???

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9 comments:

  1. Spode woodland is my favorite. I particularly like the wildlife plates! Great post.

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  2. I like almost all of these. I was just looking at plates on Neiman Marcus this morning. Like minds. Ha ha sheila

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    1. ha! Funny, well Halloween goes away and we immediately turn to the next Holiday!! Did you find some plates you liked at NM?

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  3. They are all lovely. I especially love the Forest Walk Dinner Plates. Bring on the turkey!

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  4. I love the Forest Walk Leaf plates! I could see myself using them a lot!

    Andrea
    Andrea’s Wellness Notes

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  5. I use similar plates to the 313 turkey toile plates
    mine are brown and white then some are the same plate in colors
    I also will use my green leaf plates this year as side dishes which are magolia(mspelling?)

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  6. Nice round-up! Thanks for sharing.

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