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Saturday, October 27, 2007

The Settings

Palma is the queen of pottery! Brad is a champion schlepper when it comes to shopping in Italy. They have learned the easiest way is to just have things shipped home... like this beautiful poppy platter we saw on her last shopping trip.
Everyone of the 6 tables was set with a different table scape and the most beautiful ceramics you have ever seen. I couldn't help but snap some pictures~

This 600 pound ceramic table was shipped from Positano.

It is the perfect place for a gathering of good friends~ for leftovers and paper plates after the cleanup.

That was the best night of all!

I am missing y'all~

Sandi

23 comments:

Gail's Great Escapes said...

Leftovers are always The Best! Especially with best friends. Miss you, too.

MyKitchenInHalfCups said...

Beautiful pottery and good times.

Lavender Chick said...

LOVE the pottery! And that table... Love it!

I'm enjoying my cookbook!

Palma said...

OH my goodness, what a cool collage of my dishes! I LOVE it! You sneaky lil thing, bless your heart!

I can't wait to show Brad, as soon as he is done kneading the fig bread dough!

Fabulous post! BLOG of the week!

justabeachkat said...

Loved seeing all the pottery. Oh My Word...the table is gorgeous. Great group photo too.

I'm so glad you're having fun.

Hugs!
Kat

Back Through Time said...

I just found your website, looks like you are having a great time!
I will have to stop back again!
Michelle

joan said...

Oh my goodness, that is so pretty! I am so drawn to Italian pottery when I go into stores. Look like fun.

ally said...

Love the pottery! Looks like a great time!

lori lynn @ taste with the eyes said...

Palma's pottery make me drool. I especially like the plates with the spring green rims. Just beautiful!

Jerry said...

Sandi - you have done a perfect job of capturing a perfect time. May seems so long away!

Adriann said...

Fabulous ceramic pieces!!!

Sally said...

OMG! I covet her pottery!

Maryann@FindingLaDolceVita said...

OK. I am in love with that table!!!
Oh yeah. And I like that little photo display..very cool :)

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Gail~ leftovers are always better when shared
Chick~ I am glad you are enjoying your cookbook!! post some recipes from it.
Palma~ you need to give Brad a break, sugar =D
Kat~ The table is sitting out by her pool, the weather doesn't hurt it.
Jerry~ It gives me a little while to pay down the American Express.
Adrian & Sally~ isn't it georgous
Mary Ann~ the photo display is to simple to do... give it a try.

Rhoda @ Southern Hospitality said...

So are you home yet?? Girl, you are doing some mighty fine eating! Wow, that looks great. I love Italian pottery, those folks know how to do it well.

Rhoda

GardenGoose said...

what beautiful ceramics. how lovely.

Sandy said...

LOVE the pottery and the table WOW! What a gorgeous piece.

Hope you have a great week.
Blessings,
Sandy

Sandi McBride said...

Wow, love that table...it looks like a lovely group!

Sugar Bear said...

I agree - shipping things back is definitely the easiest! When we were in Italy we shipped some pottery and I wrapped some in my carry on - I was so nervous it would break!
Karla

Nunnie's Attic said...

600 pounds?? The shipping costs alone were probably as much as the table. Gracious! But it is gorgeous.

Love,
Julie

Southern Lady's Vintage said...

I love, love, love that poppy platter and the table!! Oh my goodness, to own those! Thank you for sharing those!
Barbara

Jamie Dawn said...

The table is beautiful!
Everything looked terrific!!

Sandi @the WhistleStop Cafe said...

Rhoda~ I am home long enough to do laundry and then I'm off again.
Julie~ Palma's story about getting that thing delivered was hilarious. Needless to say it isn't moving!
Barbara~ I was only joking when I said I was going to put it in my suitcase (I tried but it didn't fit)

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