Tiered Server

August 20th, 2009 in member junk     
Christina_S Christina_S, member
7 users recommend


I have seen some wonderful tiered servers by other junkers made from vintage dishware and other items so I thought I would try to do one myself.  I used some orphaned vintage dishes, candle holders, cordial glasses and a pie bird.  I really enjoyed this project and look forward to making more in the future.


Pattern or design used: My own design
posted in: member junk, vintage, tabletop, centerpiece, cottage, kitchen, table, ceramic, food, dishware, dish, server, bird

Comments (20)

IrishRose writes: I love that the bottom is an oval platter.Great Job! Posted: 12:15 pm on July 19th
Junkyard_Ballerina writes: Love browsing this site - This piece is so sweet, even without treats on the tiers. All the plates speak to eachother, and the bird just makes me smile all over. Nice *sparkles*, pale blues with buttery yellows...You made something truly lovely. Thanks for posting it here.
Posted: 7:45 pm on December 27th
milkmaid1979 writes: This is darling! Posted: 9:01 am on September 14th
DreaminBoutJunk writes: That is a very beautiful piece! I think the little bird loves his new perch! Posted: 8:08 pm on August 27th
Rusty_bucket writes: Love it! What was the glue that was used? View my blog for my upcoming sale: http://rustybucketrevisted.blogspot.com Posted: 4:14 am on August 26th
Christina_S writes: Thank you everyone so much for your kind comments! Posted: 4:08 pm on August 24th
junkermidge writes: Beautiful, beautiful and useful too. Great project. I especially like your use of the 4 little glasses on the bottom tier. OH! And I love the little birdy on top.
Midge Posted: 10:07 am on August 24th
chippingcharm writes: Love the fun mix of dishes you picked! Laurel Posted: 5:08 pm on August 22nd
suewhitney writes: This is as sweet as they come. Beautifully done Christina!

Take care,
Sue Posted: 9:58 am on August 22nd
byabpryor writes: Way cute! Posted: 10:09 pm on August 21st
Junk_Sophisticate writes: Beautiful! I've never seen a grouping of cordial glasses used for these before. Very pretty!
Candy Posted: 9:35 pm on August 21st
TinTinJunkFan writes: Oh this is lovely, I especially like the pie bird on top Posted: 5:21 pm on August 21st
Christina_S writes: Sorry forgot a 0, E-6000 Posted: 2:00 pm on August 21st
Christina_S writes: Thank you for the nice comments. I used E-600 adhesive to glue this together. It has some fumes so you need to work in a well ventilated area, but it holds better than other glues I have tried. I especially like how it holds up to water. Posted: 11:12 am on August 21st
wendygail2 writes: I love it! I too would like to know what glue you used. When I made one, it did well until it was stored in a cold room, and the pieces easily came apart.

gail Posted: 10:36 am on August 21st
kally writes: how do you glue it together. it is lovely. Posted: 9:10 pm on August 20th
fellowjunker writes: This is beautiful Christina.......great piece.
xojanis Posted: 8:06 pm on August 20th
smiller0529 writes: I love it! Uh oh I see more glass projects coming my way! LOL Posted: 7:45 pm on August 20th
BOOKENDS writes: A beautiful piece...love the pie bird, a whimsical touch.. Posted: 6:04 pm on August 20th
RustyDiva writes: Great job!!!! I love the creamy little yellow plate. They all work really well together. Posted: 5:17 pm on August 20th
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