How about a red and white dinner plate and a bit of whimsy on the porch for lunch.
This 10 inch red transferware dinner plate was made by J&G Meakin, of England and is from their Romantic England Series. The pattern is named Haddon Hall. I found this beautiful plate in an antique shop in Paris, TN.
Are you familiar with Lori Mitchell? She is an American Artist who sculpts whimsical character pieces and Lady Liberty is one of her designs. You can checkout other characters here.
Adding Lady Liberty with the red transferware plate seems to give the setting a patriotic feel.
Lady Liberty's hand seems to be reaching out to a small vase of flowers from my gardens: red roses, yellow coreopsis, and pink zinnias.
The double napkins for the table are a blue one and a Celebrate napkin placed inside a silver napkin ring.
The fern in the background is a Kimberly Queen.
Thanks for stopping by for another post of Dining on the Porch - Judy.
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