Thank you Susan for hosting Tablescape Thursday. You are an inspiration with all of the things on your blog. Be sure to see Susan at http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com/
This is my Great Grandmother's china straight from Limoges, France. It gets to come out only for Thanksgiving dinners! (And, of course, now this tablescape!) I haven't found a delicate enough teapot to go with this pattern yet.
These sherbets belonged to my mother and go perfectly with this fine china.
Now, here is this little hand painted rose plate I got at that garage sale last week. See, it goes well with this.
This is my only piece of Haviland from Limoges. I think it fits in here.
I have a set of 10 full place settings of this antique china from Limoges, France. It's from a company called Elite. My great grandmother on my mother's side was French and she brought these from France. Being so delicate, it is a miracle the china survived with no chips or cracks!.
. . . that is until my daughter was fooling around a couple thanksgivings ago and tapped my daughter-in-law on the head with one cup and now I have 9 cups!!