Looking for plate hangers, decorative ones, I went to Home Goods and guess what, they were selling the turkey plates separately today! I bought one!
I placed it over the bay window with some other plates. I had to take one of the plates that stays up there all the time, down. When I find a plate hanger, of any kind, I might hang the turkey plate somewhere else in my kitchen. But for now, I will keep it here, but I think it looks lost.
Here is my sideboard in the dinning room. It is a little out of balance. I took the buffet lamps off. I have had them nearly 16 years. Decided to move them to the guest room. I could not find another set of buffet lamps that I like, then I thought, "why do I have to have a set? Why can't I use what I already have?" I have to adjust looking at it though. I think I will make some changes when I do the dinning table. Then everything will be in balance. :-D
I have not idea how old this turkey is. I remember picking him up on a clearance rack some time before DD was born. He has some parts missing. I had to re glue his nose back on. But I like him and he is cute. The tray you will find in one of my older posts. I found it at a thrift store 2.48 cents. Metal based silver plate. Stamped, but has a couple of rust spots. I may spray paint it sometime in the future.
One of the cloches made this weekend filled to the brim with gourds from Ross'.
A crystal biscuit jar filled with $$$ gourds. I like it and the way the color stands out.
A lamp that was my DH's mother's. It is beautiful. Missing about 5 prisms. I know where to find some. I do need to check prices though. I tucked some books underneath to give it height. Worried about then read Penny's article about decorating with books. :-) Realized I did a 'good thing'! I do need to find one more book to give it a tad more height.