I'm linking up with BNOTP for "Tablescape Thursday".
You can find Susan's wonderful blog and all the other tablescapes here:
I found these old china plates at a garage sale a couple years ago. It isn't anything fancy and you can tell it was well used. It's made in the USA and has "University Ware" stamped on the back.
I like the soft color of the flowers. The gold edges are worn and there's a couple chips.
I dressed it up with some crystal and it makes a pretty table.
I like to use several non-matching candlesticks of different heights.
This teapot came from Marshalls
The sherbets were my mothers and are old. They go perfectly here.
This is my sterling silverware. Pattern is Towle "Rambler Rose". My Godmother started buying it for me when I was born and for a few birthdays. I've bought a few pieces years later.
Evening is approaching.
This serving bowl and the cups and saucers were Goodwill finds and go with everything!
This gorgeous Cambridge Glass platter was a wedding gift from my Aunt Kitty for my first marriage in 1963.
The candlelight makes all the difference to a table setting!
Doesn't it make you wonder . . . What's for dinner! Ha!!
There's those little birds again. I should really look for some different S&P shakers!
I love little paper doilies!
I hope you liked my fancier tablescape this week.