A plate from which I ate as a child. At my grandmother's house. There is another - somewhere. Note to self - find it! It was my favorite plate. Even as a child - I loved transferware! Shocked?
A wool shawl casually strewn about the table. White dinner plate instead of a charger. Brown napkin. Curvaceous crystal. Perfect for dinner for one.
Especially for one, bring out the candlestick. Light the candle.
Use the rosewood handled flatware.
Glück im Haus - Good luck in the house.
No clue who the maker is.
Dinner for one - Marie Callender's chicken pot pie.
Husband at meeting. House to self. Smiles.
Shawl - gift from my dear friend Susan.
White dinner plate - Wedgwood Windsor
Bowl - German eons old, just like myself
Flatware - brass with rosewood handles gift from mom
Glasses - Mikasa French Countryside
Napkin - Tuesday Morning
Barley Twist Candestick - Antique English
I'll be visiting all the pretty tables at Susan's Between Naps on the Porch Tablescape Thursday party. I hope to see you there.