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02/08/2012

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Al Vignolini

The grasshopper looks real! I bet he gets a lot of looks!!

Sandra Britnell

Those dishes are Amazing!!! So beautiful...

CK Clifford

Gorgeous, but of course! The verge motif on the Royal Worcester plate might look magnificent paired with the Royal Worcester Recency, particularly in the cobalt. You and I both seem to drift toward Coalport frequently. The Admiral is such a beautiful, regal pattern. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Cherry Kay

Alycia Nichols

I'm really diggin' Mr. Fancy Tail and all his friends! That ALberto Pinto...I really like the guy's style. I hated it at first some years ago, then was on the fence about it, and now I can't get enough of it! Weird, huh? This is the kind of table to which a guy could wear a smoking jacket and an ascot and look totally fine! It's beautiful!!! You did a good job creating your collages, too. I'm still trying to get on board with that over here. It's a lot of work! Cute touch with the grasshopper! Have a great day, a wonderful weekend, and a loving Valentine's Day!

Maggie

This is just lovely! You make it difficult to go out to dinner in our area without looking at the tableware and wondering who made it and when. Your comment about looking at your various layers of china and seeing how that despite decades of separation in the making, they all work together. Very timely.

Tricia

I always enjoy your posts -- you have so many gorgeous dishes! Those featured today really "play well" together to create a stunning table.

FABBY

I just dropped dead and came back to life like Lazarus... from looking at these plates!! STUNNING specially the pink ones...wow,wow,wow!!
FABBY

maureen

Love those Alberto Pinto plates! Primroses are so delicate and dainty like this tablescape. Love all those plates..so put together but coming from you I would not expect anything less! Thanks for bringing a bit of Spring to me in cold New York.

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