The glasses and silverware are pieces that I already had but the china, napkin and napkin ring are all thrifted. The china came from Goodwill. It is without cups and saucers, but there are 9 dinner plates, 9 salad plates, 8 bread plates and 9 fruit dishes. It is white with silver.bands.
The napkins came from the same Goodwill. They look to have never been used. There is pretty embroidery in one corner. There were eight that matched.
The napkin rings appear to be a cut glass or crystal. They came from one of the local stores that receives much of their stock from estate sales. They were in what seems to be their original boxes. Four to a box, there were three boxes, two boxes were complete but one box was missing one of the napkin rings. The fun part of this purchase was that I happened into the store on a day when they had all of their crystal half price.
When setting up the dishes for the above picture I neglected to add a crystal salt cellar. It was my very first purchase at that first estate/garage sale. It was a bag of 12 and I have not used them yet since they are not the same style as my normal dishes but they will work nicely with china.
This is a second tablecloth that I bought and when I hung the two fabrics together on a hanger I noticed that the colors seem similar. I am not one to know what patterns mix well. Hmm. Something to think about.
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Between Naps on the Porch Tablescape Thursday