The Best of Thanksgiving Table Dinnerware

Nov 24 2013

by Holly Phillips


Spode Woodland

Thanksgiving is almost upon us.

Have you chosen the perfect china to don your table?

My family has two favorite we always use being Spode Woodland or Wedgewood Hunting Scene. My sister and I both have these 2 patterns so it is easy to have enough china. However, I have yet to host Thanksiving. This family of micro managers does not fully trust me with such a large task. They must fear a scorched bird, which could be likely.

Here are my favorite patterns for your Turkey Day table.

See more of my favorite tablescapes and ideas HERE and HERE.

You must also make my grandmother’s Boo’s Homemade Rolls.


Spode Woodland Turkey Dinner Plate


Royal Limoges Olivier Dinnerware


Raynaud Tresor Dinnerware


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Juliska Marbelized Dinnerware


Haviland Syracuse Taupe


littala Taika Dinnerware

Wedgewood Hunting Scene


Set of 6 Queen’s Myott by Chrurchill Turkey Plates

What patterns do you use each year?

And for Black Friday remember to use my great KEEP gift guides for your shopping ideas…

Holiday Gift Guide for the Little Lady

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Little Dude

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Holiday Gift Guide for the Home

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Holiday Gift Guide for Him

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Holiday Gift Guide for Her

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and last but not least…my personal wishlist

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2 responses on “The Best of Thanksgiving Table Dinnerware

  1. cathypercefull

    My favorite china is my mother’s. She gave it to me as a wedding gift. We use it on holidays and it is Royal Caulden’s Majestic. My silver pattern is buttercup. We also bring out the cranberry thumbprint crystal. It sets a beautiful table and my parents are able to see the tradition continue. Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!

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