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03/31/2014

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Dawna

Your table is a feast for the eyes, the story of the broken plates a horror. It's always hard when others want to "help".

Pam

Top of the line china! Fabulous tablescpe in the aqua shades and the layering of each plate sets the mood. I have loved the Royal Crown Derby pattern since I first saw it. I shopped at the factory a few times after touring the factory and dining in their restaurant. I love the idea of using two cloths to cover the table to the floor. Your dessert stands are georgeous and the turqoise shade is perfect with the beautiful hand painted flowers. I was shocked on a recent shopping trip to find a set of three Limoge dessert stands with hand painted flower centers and the bright pink rim priced at $15 for all three. Of course, I quickly snapped them up! Your guests will enjoy dining on each course especially the salad. I veiwed those at Anthropologie and loved the edge but not the chameleon but your way of presenting it is wonderful! Have a great weekend!

Pam

Bev

Gorgeous! That aqua china is to die for....

franki

Your table...IT IS AN EVENT!! Oh, how I empathize with you on the breakage...SIX of my aperitif Waterford crystal on a tray...one "trip" too many... :( franki

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