Still in love with white in all its various shades. Whether winter or summer.
All the china is Anna Weatherley. I just got the chargers and love them. Undulating edge in gold and totally plain in a great size. Dinner plates are Anna's Simply Anna pattern in white on white. Bread and butter is very simple with a cute shape. Butter knives are French made by Jean Dubost.
Napkins were purchased from a very sweet American lady living in France who loves the brocantes and flea markets like I do. This is Mr. Swede's monogram, so I had to buy them. Also came with a tablecloth. Napkins are actually lapkins as they are 30" wide. It took me a while to learn how the French fold such a huge lapkin to get it this size.
Flatware is mostly antique mother of pearl sets I have found at places like Roundtop and from various antique dealers. The forks and fish knives came as a set. The ice tea spoon is new from Vietri. I'm not sure regular spoons were ever made in MOP as I have never found any. You see mostly knife sets.
I'm going to keep this one on the table for a few weeks as I never tire of white.
I am participating in Tablescape Thursday this week on the blog Between Naps on the Porch.
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