Today I am participating in Tablescape Thursday, hosted by Susan, at Between Naps on the Porch. Lucky for me, being the only girl, I was given a two beautiful china sets by my paternal grandmother.
I mixed both patterns for this tablescape.
The top and bottom plates are Theodore Haviland, Limoge, France.
The middle plate is Imperial Crown China from Austria.
I love the delicate roses and the blue and green colors.
Above is the condiment bowl and the salad dish. I like having a little condiment dish.
Above is the Austrian china. This set contained 12 lunch plates and 12 cups and saucers.
The cup is so thin and dainty. I love drinking tea out of it. It just tastes so much better in a cup like this.
Here is the stamp. I am not sure the exact year this was made, but after doing some research, it had to have been made prior to 1914.
To add a little color and bring out the flower pattern on the china, I put a small vase of flowers at each setting.
I also added flowers to the candleabra for more color.
The tablecloth is from Pierre Deux. The color seemed to work better than plain white. A pink cloth washed out the pattern.
Love the detail on it.
I used two toned green and gold napkins, which I bought at Sur La Table.