These are a few pictures of the display by H and S Antiques located in Charlotte, NC.
Using a mixture of majolica, depression glass and pressed glass, he created a visual feast for the eyes.
Adding another natural element, a pair of antler candlesticks added darker tones.
It was these two majolica fish pitchers that grabbed my attention. Dark shades of green and pink interiors were beautifully painted on the exteriors.
A special touch was the small sherbet glasses filled with small fresh bouquets.
Inspired by the display from the show, I decided to set a table with a similar aesthetic. Of course, I had purchased the two fish pitchers at the show and couldn't wait to use them.
We love to enjoy dinner on the screen porch overlooking the river.
I pulled out turquoise and yellow asparagus plates and used yellow service plates underneath.
Mother of Pearl flatware seemed to pull out the white accents of the plate
and added another natural element.
Yellow and turquoise depression glasses were filled with David Austin rose blooms.
The fish pitchers were a wonderful addition to my majolica collection
as my husband is an avid fisherman.
David Austin roses and mint were arranged in a blackberry inspired pitcher.
Purple antique napkins from France and an artichoke inspired table cloth were used on the table.
A majolica compote holds sweet cherry plums.
Pink depression glass wine glasses emphasize the pink accents in the mix.
Light the candles and dinner is served!