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Welcome to the 87th Tablescape Thursday!
I’m soooo happy to be sharing another gorgeous tablescape today with you that’s coming all the way from Switzerland! Dear Cornelia graciously agreed to invite us into another one of the wonderful rooms in her beautiful home. Today we will be dining in the conservatory. I love saying that word…conservatory. I’ve always LOVED conservatories but I’ve become slightly obsessed with them since seeing Bunny William’s conservatory in her book, An Affair with a House.
Cornelia, thank you so much for bringing us into your home this week to see this lovely tablescape in your conservatory. Notice the stunning candlelier…is it not amazing? I have a little close-up of it to share a little further down.
What a beautiful, silver serving piece! Johanna believes these are pastry tongs…gorgeous!
Cornelia told me, “The chandelier is Dutch and antique. Please note that there is no electricity, only candles.” I’ve never seen an antique chandelier like this that was designed for candles. I’ve only seen reproductions…so it’s a delight to see the real thing!
Cornelia, thank-you so much for inviting us into your lovely home! It is such a treat! I am forever amazed and grateful for the opportunities blogging provides. Sitting right here in the comfort of our homes, we can travel all the way to Switzerland and enjoy a beautiful tablescape in a wonderful conservatory, while surrounded by rare treasures and antiques. We are so fortunate and truly blessed!
I’m so looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes this evening!
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