Nautical tray is mahogany, with sailor knots and compass rose mounted under glass ($30, Crossroads of Sport). Yacht earthenware is blue and white, has anchor decoration (dinner plates $49 dozen, cup and saucer $49 dozen: Plummer, Ltd.). Stoneware mugs are emblazoned with your club and boat burgees ($35 for six, Hammacher Schlemmer). Gold-rimmed old-fashioned and other cocktail glasses have your burgee applied to order ($73 per dozen, Tiffany). Antique Danish compass has green tole case and cover ($28, Bloomingdale's).
Pewter tankards are shown in three styles. Large antique one has two handles, glass bottom ($49.50, Bloomingdale's); covered one is modern ($17.50, Dunhill, Ltd.), as is the one-handled one at right ($10, Lord & Taylor). Pillow has hand-appliqu�d wood duck, (by Mrs. Marion Newton, $12: Crossroads of Sport). Decoys are all one-of-a-kind, circa 1900. Merganser (lower left) is $35; Canada goose $25; curlew on driftwood $35; yellowlegs $55 (all Stony Point, N.Y. Folk Art Gallery). Duck lamp is pewter ($178, B. Altman). Nautical weathervane is of antiqued copper ($220, B. Altman). French china greyhound is almost life-size, comes from Bavant in Normandy ($225, Mayhew). Chintz has America's Cup defenders' print ($5 a yard, Greeff). Prints are original lithographs: Off to the Onion Patch by Raymond Creelmore ($10) and Two Pair by Churchill Ettinger ($25, both Associated American Artists). Richard Bishop's Etchings of Waterfowl & Upland Game Birds is a rare edition ($50, Abercrombie & Fitch). Pewter canap� tray has raised horse-head design ($20, Black, Starr & Gorham).