Simon Pearce Tablescapes

Mr. SP and I visited Simon Pearce in Quechee, Vermont on our Christmas ski trip.  While I enjoyed looking at the exquisite creations for sale, I couldn’t help but admire the many tablescapes on display featuring Simon Pearce products.

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The lighting was difficult and my camera battery was about dead, so I snapped pictures in a hurry and hoped for the best.

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If I ever win the lottery, I’d like to have the following SP items:

(These pictures are from the SP site and don’t do the products justice!)

Harland Lamp – $535

Hartland Candlestick – $195/$155/$115

In person:

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Stratton Lamp – $490

Stratton Tapered Candlestick – $210

Stratton Pedestal – $175/$150

In person:

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Stratton Hurricanes – $295/$150

In person:

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Remember Jake’s glass in Sweet Home Alabama?  It’s really Simon Pearce!

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I’m joining Tablescape Thursday at Susan’s Between Naps on the Porch

Comments

  1. Wow! The contrast between their photos & yours are remarkable! I ♥ those Stratton candlesticks, too.

    The tablescapes are very serene…I wish I could do that plain, sparse look. LOL I never know when to stop!

  2. I love the hurricanes the most. Are these really the ones used in the movie. How neat! I love that movie. The stuff is pricey, but I would love to have a couple of those hurricanes. They are beautiful…Kim

  3. sometimes we forget how clean & refeshinga no table cloth setting can look, very ncie tablescape

    Helen

  4. I have a friend who loves Simon Pearce — I guess I didn’t realize how expensive it was!

  5. I LOVE Simon Pearce! Really pretty – thank you for sharing these.

  6. Mom on the Run says:

    Soooo pretty!

  7. Amanda @ Serenity Now says:

    Neat!!! I love the hurricanes. You find the coolest places. I remember how much I liked the glasses that “Jake” made in SHA. I love your “travelling” posts, Paula. 🙂

  8. I love the tablescapes and I love, love, love all the glass. And speaking of love, I also love Sweet Home Alabama and the glass store in the movie! It is so cool to know where the glass came from.

    Thanks for the great idea for using the cinnomon-red-hots on apples.

    smiles,
    Wendy

  9. Anita@Theycallmejammi says:

    Nice tidbit on the movie glassware. Love your photos and my favorites are the hurricanes.

  10. Denise Marie says:

    awesome outing

  11. Very nice!

  12. Petite Little Bee says:

    Wonderful tablescape! Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful Valentine’s Day! Hugs, Lia

  13. Mid-Atlantic Martha says:

    Wow! Love your “in person” photos! Just beautiful!

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