The past several days have been very busy, so I haven’t been posting at all. I also did not have time to do a tablescape. So, for Tablescape Thursday this week I thought to share the table my sister and I put together for Thanksgiving Day dinner, 2008 at her home.
We started with a lovely cut work tablecloth:
The place setting consisted of Royal Worcester "Evesham" plates (which we both have), set on gilt chargers and topped with white napkins in fruit napkin rings:
The flatware is gold. We decided to place the napkins alongside instead of in the plate:
My sister is a very exhuberant in her home decor and likes big, dramatic design. The centerpiece included two large ceramic cornucopias filled with pomegranates and other fruit:
Also, ceramic fruit arrangements in a white bowl at opposite corners of the table:
The glasses are matching"Evehsam" goblets; additional ceramic fruit are placed about the table:
This view shows the. center of the table with has 2 tall and 2 shorter candlelabra, the two conrucopias, and a big bowl of ceramic fruit in the center.
At one end of the table was an Evesham bowl with white napkin all filled with croissants:
We sisters always have such fun setting the table for each Thanksgiving dinner, no matter which of our homes we are celebrating in that year. Here is the 2008 result:
In this view we had changed the goblets to golden shimmering ones:
This is how it looked with the Evesham glasses; also Evesham salt and peppers:
The food was served buffet style. Well, there was no room on the table for the delectable banquet we enjoyed that day!
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