I was surprised to find a large variety of Tulips in the grocery store at this time of year. We always think of them as a Spring flower. Couldn't resist purchasing the orchid color ones.
I put them in a big cachepot on the center of the table and let them go to the full-blown state. I'm not going to show the entire table this time, just some shots I liked. It has been quite a while since I posted a tablescape. I've been very lazy and seem to post in spurts.
English floral plate, unknown pattern. Italian Richard Ginori's Torino pattern dinner plate and French charger in orchid by J. Seignolles in the Diplomate pattern. American sterling by Gorham in St. Cloud pattern.
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Have a wonderful week.