This table was set with stoneware from one estate and linens from a different one. They couldn't be a more perfect match as the soft pink of the dishes is the same as the soft pink of the linens.
The table included the serving pieces,
Also included on the table was something that I have not seen before. A silver and crystal Victorian cruet set.
Updated 10/16/16In an interesting bit of timing, Susan at Between Naps on the Porch published a post with a tour of a historic home that included a photograph of a drawing of how a table would have been set in that era and smack dab in the middle of the table was a castor which apparently is another name for this Victorian piece. In reading about a castor there would have been bottles for salt and pepper, the stoppered bottles would have held oil and vinegar and perhaps soy sauce. There was usually a container with a hinged lid for mustard, and often one for castor sugar and one for spice. Some contained salt dips and perhaps a bell for the butler. According to my research they were patented in 1862 and by the early 1900s they were considered old fashioned and no longer widely used.
I am joining Tablescape Thursday with Susan at BNOTP.