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04/30/2013

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FABBY

Stunning tablescape with the most beautiful china ever, Summer! You outdo yourself every time I see your tables and fabulous centerpieces as this one is, with the silver vases. Gorgeous for words! Big hugs,
FABBY

Cleo

What a beautiful table you have set!!! I can't pick out a favorite element, they are all so wonderful and so well coordinated!!! Maybe they are plates for artichokes, with the well holding melted butter for dipping the leaves??? I also have a set of 6 julep cups packed in the basement, forgot about them, now you have inspired me to get them out!!!

The hand painted plates are stunning, if they were mine they would be hanging on the wall so we could enjoy them every day.....

Pat@LifeAtLydiasHouse

This table is absolutely beautiful!!!

Patty

OMG, Summer, such a beautiful table! Your handpainted plates are breathtaking, they are so finely painted, each one a work of art. I love both the rare and unusual Limoges plates and the lilac ones equally. Everything blends together smoothly, the orchid colour a rare treat. Thank you for another amazing tablesetting. Patty/BC

Franki Parde

Your china is well loved and that is what is important. Your tablescape is indeed breathtaking and I can only imagine how decadent that cake is!!! Absolutely gorgeous!!! franki

marlis

Simply exquisite!! The plates are too pretty to use. Did I just say that? Oh well, they are and I agree with you. Your dessert and salad plates are pieces of art,too. A most lovely table setting. I too have some old mint julep cups that I use just for decor! You'll be glad you kept them. The only plates that are that size that I have seen with wells are artichoke plates, but there isn't a center well, so I have no clue. Seybert pieces are the crowning touch.. Very beautiful table!

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