Welcome to the 142nd Tablescape Thursday!
Happy Tablescape Thursday! Our friend, Cornelia, has invited us all for dinner in her beautiful garden in Switzerland. Don’t you just love the romantic feel of the wisteria climbing up the back of her home.
We will be dining this evening surrounded in the fragrance of lovely flowers.
It’s a perfect day to be out in the garden.
The tall hedge makes it feel like a secret garden. I just love a secret garden. 🙂
Come a bit closer, your seat is waiting.
The salad plate is by Meissen, the Pattern is “Indisch Grün” which means Indian Green. Beautiful!
The cutlery is silver by Jezler/Switzerland. The pattern is called “La Suisse”.
The soup plate and the dinner plate is Royal Copenhagen.
The pattern is very rare and is called, Gron Melodi.
Cornelia gathered fresh lilacs from the garden for our spring table.
Can you smell their wonderful, sweet scent?
“The vase is Herend (Appony) and the plate underneath is silver and made by Jezler.
The tureen is Nymphenburg and is hand-painted. Isn’t it lovely?
Candleholder is by Augarten/Vienna.
After dinner we’ll have our choice of several coffees. Or would you prefer tea with your dessert?
The coffeepots are by Meissen and Herend. The green ones are Indian Green, the second from the right is also by Meissen and called “Indisch Purpur” (Indian Purple).
The two teacups on the left are Herend. The cups in the middle are by Meissen and are very old from the end of the 18th century.
The creamer is Herend (Osier) . The sugar bowl is silver and by Jezler.
Cornelia, thanks so much for having us over for dinner in your beautiful garden. We loved every moment!
Looking forward to your beautiful tablescapes!
Pssst…the winners of the beautiful giveaway from Coty Farquhar were announced yesterday. If you missed that post, click HERE.
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