Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Winter White Tablescape

For a winter dining room tablescape, I chose a mixture of winter whites. Since it is supposed to snow today, it is a good day to finally publish the pictures.

Chargers- Wedgwood Windsor
Plates, bowls, cups/saucers- Wedgwood Patrician
Teapot- Wedgwood (bargain antique find-can't read pattern name)
Water goblets-"Hairlooms" that belonged to Wendell's mother (pattern not known)
Iced Teas-Cherrywood by Gorham (my wedding crystal)
Candle holders-Vintage etched sherbets from the B house (pattern not known)
Crystal pedestal-Gorham cake plate
Flatware-Old Newbury by Towle (family pieces)
Soup spoons-from the B house and are marked Universal
Salt spoons -Mrs. B collected these and they were hers
Salt cellars-from my small collection
Placemats-crocheted and given by Millie Kinard as a wedding gift
Napkins-inexpensive antique find
Linens in center of table-miscellaneous from various places

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