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Thanksgiving Table

Posted by ladypat (My Page) on
Wed, Nov 24, 10 at 18:36

Just a small table this year.

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Dishes pattern The Old Curiosity Shop by Royal China and floral unknown pattern by Royal China.


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RE: Thanksgiving Table

ladypat...I am so enjoying all the t'scapes for Fall/Tksgvg...& your's is just beautiful! Love the dinnerware...the greens that you used in the goblets & napkin rings .. they just sparkle! Your mercury glass candlelight glows over the table & the orange hues compliment everything on the table! Love the turkey & the decorative planter. Lovely pics! Happy Tksgvg! TFS! Jeanne S.


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ladypat...what a lovely tablesetting.
I too love the greens in both your china and your stemware.
I've seen that china pattern before, and always liked it and I think the floral plate looks lovely layered with it.
The napkins give it all a nice pop of color. Your flatware is very delicate and pretty - is it an old pattern?
I agree with Jeanne that your candles create a pretty glow.

Happy Thanksgiving & TFS

jane


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Ladypat, my first thought was "those plates would be perfect for a New Year's dinner with those clocks on them!" I think they are really pretty, such a nice shade of green and they look really nice paired with your floral. Your turkey has such pretty colors. I'm really enjoying seeing everyone's neat turkeys this year.

Have a lovely Thanksgiving and thanks so much for taking the time to post pics for us to enjoy.

Luvs


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Very pretty, I love the green colors you used. To me, its such a restful, calm color. Your glasses, flatware, dishes, (and that turkey!!) are wonderful.

hugs, Karen


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