The Spirit of Collecting

Thursday, January 23, 2014
All tabletop by POSH Vintage Collection. All images courtesy of Tamytha Cameron Photography.
Monday we shared a bit of our POSH Vintage glassware collection, but today it's time for tea. The wonderfully chic and sophisticated world or Ms. Marin Fiske-Rankin and her team at the Meadows Museum had first dibs on setting a striking tea tablescapes with the vintage collection. The Meadows Museum was celebrating a monumental Francisco José de  Goya  y Lucientes acquisition. In 2013, Meadows Museum acquired 8 new works, ranging from Miguel Jacinto Meléndez to the Stewart Album, which is no small feat. Marin took the idea of collecting new works and transferred that spirit to tabletop with a collection of vintage pieces of course. No matter how it's layered or stacked, the mixed-and-matched patterns from brands like Rosenthal, Haviland, and Homer Laughlin (to name a few) made an incredible display for guests. Tamytha Cameron Photography captured every detail. See for yourself!

Assorted collections of tea cups and saucers make a statement in the entry.
Gorgeous gold chiavari chairs for guests to sit down and take in the beauty of the museum and the tabletops.
Assorted small plates with patterns ranging from Depression-era pink opaque to couture floral patterns means each individual plate makes a statement. Milk glass pedestals are perfect for displaying any amuse bouche.

The vintage collection hosts a wide variety of styles, sizes, and colors when it comes to tiered trays and cake pedestals.


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