8/19/12

Dishin' With Metlox On The Poppy Trail

It's been way too long since I 'Dish Blogged'.
Before you know it, summer will be over and past time for 'Summery Table Settings'.
Not that the end of August is a good time to have a 'Sit Out and Dine Time'.
At least not in Texas....in August....in three digit temps.
Regardless of the heat, it is time for 'Dishin' and when I make up my mind to drag out the dishes, iron a table cloth, and pretty much go through closets and hutches for just the 'Right Stuff' to put on a TableScape Show...by golly I'm going to do it up right.  
So, here's  the 'Dishin' With Metlox Show.
The California company that eventually developed into Metlox Pottery was actually started around 1920
by the Prouty family who sold their wares as ProutyLine Products.
 Combining parts of the words “metal” and “oxide,” the substance that gives pottery its vibrant colors,
eventually resulted in the Metlox moniker.
More Metlox History and Collecting Info HERE.
Even though it was a bit warm for an 'Outside Under the Lattice Patio Party' thanks for stopping by!
Now, how about a Texas Size Glass of Sweet Tea?
Let's go in 'Under the AC Vented Patio'!
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11 comments:

  1. Very pretty Sue! I love the plates and little green bowls:@)

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  2. Beautiful plates, the design and detail are great. Looks like a cool breeze will be coming by any minture for you!

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  3. Lovin' those dishes and vintage tablecloth. If you don't already, you should link to Between Naps on the Porch (dot net) -- Susan hosts a Tablescape Thursday party every week.

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  4. It looks so inviting and cool .. I know it's not cool :)
    but it looooks it
    (())

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  5. I love those dishes Sue, and that little corner tucked away in your back yard too!~Ames

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  6. You do indeed do it right! Your taste is impeccable. ;)

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  7. Beautiful, beautiful setting, color, and the entire area..

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  8. Sue, the setting is so pretty and actually does look cool with the greens! I'll take a glass of sweet tea and say thank you for linking to Potpourri Friday!

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  9. Hello Sue, my longtime friend is back in CA and I am have fun visiting my best blogging pals. That would be you. Darn it all, I am always playing catchup. No company until Thanksgiving. YAY!!! lots of time for my computer at last.

    Your table looks perfect for a hot day in cool green and white. My favorite colors. You ironed in that heat??? I'm impressed. Your table is very inviting and perfectly lovely. Did you eat outside too? Smile. The history about the dishes was interesting to read. Good job.

    Happy days to you and yours my dear blogging friend.
    Hugs, Jeanne xo

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  10. Hi Sue!
    Your table top is extra happy and perfectly SUMMER! I hope the temps come down soon, but in the mean time, pour me some sweet tea! (LOVE!)

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  11. Love this table setting, Sue. You know I always think you are the best.

    And, I'm very excited about your store. You go, girl!!!♥♥♥

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