I enjoy the hunt for Homer all year long, but one of the best places to add a hard-to-fine piece to a collection is at the Show and Sale portion of the HLCCA conference. This year I was thrilled to add a Harlequin relish tray to my holdings of the conical dinnerware designed for Woolworths.
I bought a great Mexican-themed vintage tablecloth from a fellow collector that showcases the tray nicely between four palm trees!
The placesettings feature a mix of yellow vintage and green reissue Harlequin resting on post-86 Fiesta dinnerware plates in sapphire and cinnabar.
The flatware is a no-name Oneida pattern in a wave design. The vintage cocktail napkins are rolled inside Pier One wooden bead napkin rings. The Fizz glassware from Crate and Barrel was part of our wedding registry 8 years ago.
Harlequin individual creamers and vintage "Sleeping Mexican" salt and pepper shakers accents the tray. A small wooden scoop turns the Harlequin nut dish into a salt cellar.
I think this table is ready for your dining pleasure on this Tablescape Thursday at Between Naps On The Porch!