A Beautiful Herend and Royal Copenhagen Tablescape

Welcome to the 136th Tablescape Thursday!

Rain, rain, go AWAY. Come again another day. On second thought, don’t come back for a few weeks. We are water logged here in Georgia. How is it in your part of the country?

I am seriously craving some sunshine. Fortunately, my friend, Cornelia sent some all the way from Switzerland via a lovely table setting.  Welcome to Cornelia’s beautiful dining room.

She has the table all ready for us.

You may sit wherever your heart desires.

The tablecloth Cornelia used for this table setting is custom made and is made from the same material as the lining of her draperies. The napkins are vintage.

The salad plate is by Herend/Osier.

The dinner plate is Saxon Flower by Royal Copenhagen. All the china is beautifully hand-painted.

The bread plate is by Nymphenburg.

The glasses are by Baccarat/France and the colored glasses are vintage and come from Bohemia.

The vintage glasses are all hand-cut crystal.

They truly are beautiful!

The cutlery is silver by Jezler/Switzerland. The pattern is called “La Reine” / The Queen.

The tulips are Parrot tulips and the vase is Meissen.

Sooopretty! A little sunshine on this cloudy day. 🙂

The figurines are all hand-made and hand-painted and come from Germany/Erzgebirge.

They are called “Flower Children” and are a symbol for spring. How cute are they!

A little candle light for our dinner…

Cornelia, thanks so much for having us into your lovely home. Everything was just magical!

Looking forward to viewing your beautiful tablescapes!

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Comments

  1. Very pretty! She has such lovely things!

  2. What a lovely spring table! The china is gorgeous, but the colored crystal is simply stunning — love it! Thank you for hosting, Susan, and thanks to Cornelia for the wonderful photos!

  3. Julio Muao says

    Beautiful setting Susan! Love Cornelia's collection of Herend and Royal Copehagen. I love love the colored bohemian crystal and Baccarat stemware. Tres fabu! Thank you for sharing.

  4. What a beautiful table! Her dishes are stunning. I wish I had bought more fine china when I lived in Romania.

  5. The Tablescaper says

    Cornelia has a beautiful home. We are so fortunate to have her share it with us. What amazing glasses.

    – The Tablescaper

  6. Luncheons at the Junction says

    Sorry to hear that the weather in Georgia is not any better. We are having our fair share of the dreary dulldroms – rain and even snow! Hope these pretty sping posts cheer you. As always, thanks for hosting.

  7. Cottage Rose says

    What a beautiful table setting she put together… I just love her dinning room.. and all the gorgeous dishes….. hope you get your sunshine….

    Hugs;
    Alaura

  8. On Crooked Creek says

    Susan,
    Your friend Cornelia has set an exquisite table for us on your behalf. Please be sure to thank her for all of us! I admire how she placed the tulips at one end of the table so we could visit during dinner without an obstructed view, so thoughtful of her! Thank you for hosting this weekly meme. My participation is something I anticipate with great excitement!
    Fondly,
    Pat

  9. Laura Ingalls Gunn says

    What a gorgeous tablescape! I adore the Flower children. 🙂

  10. laurie @ bargain hunting says

    Such a treat to see Cornelia's beautiful Springtime table. What wonderful pieces of china. Love the way she mixed all of the florals. The little flower children are so cute. And OMGosh! That vase and tulips are gorgeous! Thank you Susan and Cornelia for sharing this. laurie

  11. Beautiful! I love the purple and green. Thanks for hosting!
    Sherry

  12. What a stunning dining room…sooo big. This is what my little dining room wants to be when it grows up.
    Beautiful table setting.
    Thanks, dear one, for hosting.
    O, and I FINALLY got a pretty set of stainless flatware…so proud of it.
    Thanks to your tips on what to buy, I chose a beautiful set in the 18/10 guage, like you suggested. 🙂
    xoxo bj

  13. Anonymous says

    A truly stunning table, and what a lovely room. Just 5 star all the way!!!

  14. Designs By Pinky says

    I don't see Mr. Linky???? Or any links?????

  15. Cornelia's dining room is a wonderful space. Oh, to have that kind of room for a long table and those extra pieces of furniture. What a gorgeous spring table! Love the exquisite hand painted china, the sweet little "Flower Children", and those parrot tulips. Thanks for sharing more of Cornelia's elegant home. ~ Sarah
    PS
    You can send us some of that rain you are having. It tried yesterday, but hardly enough. 😉

  16. Lynne (lynnesgiftsfromtheheart) says

    Corneila's dining room is lovely, she is so generous to share with us all her beautiful things. I fell in love the green goblet, wow! I would love to have a dining room this size to play in each week. :-)) hugs ~lynne~

  17. The Quintessential Magpie says

    Susan, I love everything about this table from the Royal Copenhagen (stunning!), the Meissen, the Baccarat, and the adorable little flower children to the pink tulips. It's lovely and so perfect for spring.

    Thanks for sharing Cornelia's table with us. I adore what she does.

    XO,

    Sheila 🙂

  18. The White Farmhouse says

    I would love to have a dining room and this one makes me want one even more! Beautiful table! Love the little figurines and the tulips!

  19. Nellie's Cozy place says

    Susan,
    What a beautifully set table your friend did for you!! It is so elegant. I love those cut glass goblets, I used to see those all the time when we lived in Germany almost 40 years ago! and loved them then!!
    Tell her what a great job she did for me. and thanks bunches for hosting my dear.
    blessings, Nellie

  20. I am going to sit right down at Cornelia's table, it is delightful!!
    Love the vintage glasses, china, cute flower children in fact, love everything.
    Thank you for sharing the Spring tablescape.

  21. Abramyan Avenue says

    Now THAT is a dining room!! Amazing! Simply beautiful! I want to be there…now!! Lol. Those cut crystal glasses remind me of the glasses my grandmother had. I have been wanting to start my own collection. Thank you for sharing such a lovely post with us!
    -April

  22. Entertaining Women says

    Beautiful as always. The crystal is magnificent, and the Herend is always gorgeous. Thank you for sharing the beautiful design. Cherry Kay

  23. Oh what a beautiful table! The plates and glassware are jut wonderful.

    Becky

  24. Donna Heber says

    Susan,

    Cornelia's dining room is exquisite as well as her collection of Herend and Royal Copehagen! Beautiful tablescape design. Have a great day!

  25. What a lovely spring table and gorgeous dining room!

  26. I love Cornelia's dining room…..

  27. It looks like a beautiful bed and breakfast! I bet Cornelia is a lovely person, too!

  28. Looks like a bed and breakfast. I bet Cornelia is a lovely person, too!

  29. What a great dining room! I love the china. It's similar to my great grandmother's china. Beautiful tablescape!

  30. I have lived in Europe and Cornelia's dining room takes me back. It is just that beautiful and I can assure you that if she were having a dinner that night it would be as wonderful and full of laughter and conversation as her table is ready to receive it's guests. Truly a delightful opening to my day.Thank you!

  31. Love the tulips and the collection of vintage cut glass crystal! Happy SPring and thanks for hosting Susan!

    😀 Lynda

  32. Hi Susan, Cornelia has a beautiful dining room and sets a gorgeous table. Thank you for sharing.
    Jeanne

  33. Jacqueline says

    I just love Cornelia's tall green goblets and the vase for the tulips. So pretty. Thanks for the wonderful party each week, I know it takes a lot of work and especially trying to visit those who posted takes a lot of time. It is always soooo fun.
    Jacqueline

  34. This is just amazing! The whole presentation is beautiful, but the cut glass wear and that vase is simply to die for. This is my favorite blog linky part. If I don't have something I visit anyway. I look forward to it every week. Thank-you so much, it's very inspiring.
    http://puddlejumpercreations.blogspot.com/2011/03/red-white-and-vintage-birthday.html

  35. Jessa Irene (Holiday-Haven) says

    What a gorgeous dining room! I am taking notes. Thanks for sharing her lovely settings with us. And thanks for hosting this beautiful party.

  36. BearShe Cottage says

    Beautiful! But I also wanted to tell you how much I love your blog banner. One of my favorites!

  37. Susan (Between Naps on the Porch) says

    Thanks, BearSheCottage! Emily, The Blog Fairy created it for me. 🙂

  38. sarah abeahccottage says

    hey Susan…just stopping by to say thanks for the comments and I did link to you…you must have missed it…it's right there…I *always link back :-))))…thought I was going made b/c I linked up straight away !!! lol …but yes it is there

    thanks for hosting, I am still loving tablescaping
    xx

  39. The Dragonfly On Iron Gate says

    Warm and Lovely! I can almost see people sitting here enjoying great food and clinking glasses as they chat over the day's events. Wonderful !

  40. Scribbler says

    Love Cornelia's tables — I wish we could meet her.

  41. Thank you for sharing the lovely photos. It reminded me just how much I enjoyed that movie.
    CAS

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