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02/16/2011

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Lulumusing

I love the flower, the dishes, the glassware, the purple....heck, I love it all and hope whoever joined you at table was duly appreciative.

Marigene

Absolutely beautiful...I like different shades in the purple family, too...so it is a treat to come visit you.

chie

Everything is elegant. Love every piece & drool again with your silver flatwares.

Happy TS,
/chie

Shirley Corwin

Beautiful, beautiful. The purple larger plates are gorgeous! It's surprising how every one of the different pattern go so well with the purple! I never thought I would say I liked anything decorated with fish but the Limoges is wonderful. Liked seeing the knife rests too.

mrs. serendipity

Such a beautiful tablescape. I love how you have changed it up from your last post. Love the deep purple Iris colors! Thank you for sharing! Mrs. S

marlis bennett

I so enjoy your tables. I love your beautiful dishes and the silver is superb. I so much enjoy the lessons you give. It's always nice to know about the dishes. This table is certainly one of my favorites.

Donnie

Thank you for telling me about the flowers. I'll be careful with ones in the darker colors. Your dishes and whole arrangements were beautiful. I have to say the fish plates were my favorite because I have never seen them before. I really enjoyed it all.

Linda @ A Toile Tale

These gorgeous chargers could make a paper plate look fabulous. However, ALL of your wonderful china can stand on its own. Your collection is beyond beyond. You're really making me think that I need some lavender in my dish collection. It's not a good color for my dining room, but I can soon do some 'scaping outside and I'm going to see what I can come up with.
Linda @ A Toile Tale

Debbie

Simply gorgeous. Your china is beautiful as are those limoges fish plates. I also loved looking at all the stemware.

This was a treat!

Laura Wilkerson

OK I am for sure in love with this tablescape! It looks so rich! Beautiful job!

maureen o. mc mahon

Another wonderful tablescape with more beautiful china. Love the Derby with the chargers..this is such a dramatic table...just love it. Can't wait for your how-to. Please don't forget to let us know where you store all this china. You must have some good storage but I hope you don't hide all these beautiful dishes. They are meant to be used and admired.

Marie Arden Pink Living.blog

Love all the china especially those bird ones-- Old Avesbury plates so dramatic!! the ANna Weatherly goes with so many things don't you think. Happy Tablescape Thursday! Thanks for a delightful purple table

Simone

Gorgeous-fit for a castle. Have a good day.

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