What a wonderful time of year for the tabletop! An abundance of fresh vegetables is pouring in from the garden and the farm stand. This vintage victory garden tablecloth sets a perfect stage for enjoying summer's bounty!
These cloths were popular during the World War II years to promote and celebrate home gardening for the war effort. I think this cloth can still inspire a green thumb and whet your appetite for a fresh-picked feast.
Anthropomorphic veggie salt and peppershakers from the 50's and 60's make sure that you are cleaning your plate...
Your plates are post-86 Fiesta dinnerware in cinnabar and vintage Riviera pieces in green, red, ivory and yellow.
Your napkin is a modern vegetable print paired with a Crate and Barrel napkin ring that's reminiscent of Bakelite.
Your glassware is vintage Anchor Hocking Rainbow.
Bakelite flatware completes the table.
A lid-less Riviera syrup pitcher serves as a creamer.
I hope you're ready to eat your veggies!