As Columbus Day | Indigenous Peoples’ Day weekend winds down and Vermont Vintage Market Days comes to an end, I sit here on our porch in Vermont and admire the vintage October blue dishes that I thrifted over this past weekend.

I’m calling them my “October Blues”! Check out more of this weekend’s Vermont Vintage Market Day adventures here.

Blue Dishes and  Pumpkin

Lynton | England Dish Set

These “October Blues” are made by Lynton | England. I have scoured the internet looking for these without much luck. If you know more about these beautiful dishes, please drop me a comment below!

The set is romantically worn with an off-brown overtone and china dimples and is an odd set of 7, 35 dishes in total. I paid $100 for the entire set.

October Blue and White Dishes

Autumn has been absolutely amazing here in Vermont this year. So much warmer than usual, which has us spending all our time outdoors before the harshness of winter sets in.

Therefore, it made perfect sense for these “October Blue” dishes to make their debut on our second-hand wallpaper table outside on the porch.

October Blue with Green

After visiting the Fleurish Home and Garden booth this past weekend at Vermont Vintage Market Days, I wanted to add green touches with these vintage threaded spools.

October Blue and White Tablesetting

And my go-to colors for redecorating this porch are blues and greens, a wonderful combination. More on that is coming this winter…

Oh, and you may appreciate How to Refinish a Wood Table in Less Than 1 Hour! See how I refinished this wallpaper table; hint it turned out beautifully!

blue and white tablesetting

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You may also enjoy the post JUST 4 BLUE DISHES ON THE 4TH OF JULY.

October blue and white table setting

Today’s table is set for a casual breakfast or lunch on the porch. Blue and white striped linens are folded for both the place setting and as napkins. And adds a bit more pattern to this dressed “October Blue” table.

You may also appreciate A Vintage Haul for The Porch.

Blue and White table top setting

Everything on this table was thrifted from the blue cobalt glasses to the table itself.

You may enjoy this Fall Dessert Table with A Pecan Pie Surprise.

Fall Dessert Table with A Pecan Pie Surprise
Blue  glasses on a table

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Fall October Blue Tablescape

A simple centerpiece of pumpkins picked from our neighbor’s pumpkin patch, along with some dried flowers, also looks nice outside, even when the table isn’t set with the October Blues.

Table with Pumpkins

You may also like this Table Set in Blue at our home in Maine! And Is Autumn a Season for Vintage with Johnson and Johnson’s Autumn Delight thrifted dish set?

And 75+ Blue and White Vintage Gift Ideas for Women!

October Blue Fall Tablescape


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Fall October Blue Tablescape

Don’t you love the moody fall mornings?

blue mugs on table foggy morning.

It has been so warm here in Vermont this autumn that almost every morning, we have been graced with low mountain cloud coverage along with this fog. It’s absolutely beautiful with the changing leaves.

October Blue Tablesetting

Love, love, love this bistro-style chalkboard that I also thrifted over the summer in Maine. And, of course, our Bernese Mountain Dog, Ella, with her classic head tilt for the camera…

Head on over to our Vermont Foliage Home Tour, too, to see more!

Bernese Mountain Dog and Chalkboard

I’m so glad you dropped by today, friend, and if you are new to my blog, welcome! I hope you enjoyed your visit with us here today at our Home in Vermont.

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  1. Your table is gorgeous Ann, especially being outdoors with the fabulous fall views. I’m in love with your blue and white dishes.

    1. We are thinking alike, I was just over on your blog too:)

  2. Beth Cappotto says:

    Hi Ann! Your enthusiasm for your new English/Lynton dishes is easy to catch. It put me in a bit of a sleuthing mood myself. I ended up contacting 3 different antique specialists in blue and white dishes. They are all in England. (I hope you don’t mind, but I cropped two of your table setting photos to send to the experts”. The first one said he had no clue. The second said it was difficult due to lack of stamp or name identifier, but that it was Staffordshire c.1910. The third person had the answer with the most information.
    “ Hello
    There were many patterns produced over the late 1800s and first part of the 1900s., often for export and the maker did not consider it worth adding their name. Very difficult to identify maker in those circumstances.“
    Do you have a receipt or remember the dealer you purchased these from? You could contact them and find out where he/she found them, and then contact that dealer, and follow it back as far as you can. You may get lucky and find some more! That’s the best solution I have right now. Wish I could have come up with the magic answer!
    Best Regards,
    Beth Cappotto
    Jacksonville, FL

    1. Wow you really did your research. This is all so fascinating to me. Thank you so much my friend😃