Wednesday, September 15, 2010

Vintage and Pink Evening


We have been having some very lovely weather here in Idaho. Our evenings are especially lovely. So tonight we are having a romantic dinner on the deck.




We are dining on vintage Limoges soup bowls and plates in the palest of pink patterns.



Enjoying some ice water and a bit of wine from vintage stemware.


Complimented by some lovely vintage silver flatware.



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Bentley ~ would you like to say anything? What about dinner? Don't worry Bentley, I have a lovely dinner for you too.

Love,
Susan and Bentley
xxoo

38 comments:

  1. What a sweet table setting. There was another post with Limoges tonight - it's so beautiful.

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  2. Beautiful!

    (Good night, Bentley!)

    Have a wonderful ViNtAgE tHiNgIe ThUrSdAy!!

    Sarah

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  3. Susan, it's all just lovely!
    LOVE the vintage touches, and the soft and elegant colors and patterns. Beautiful!
    Besides, you've reminded me that I have (similar) Limoges plates and have never used them in a Tablescape.
    Hmm... I need to do that one of these days!
    Cass

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  4. Susan, what a beautiful table with lots of vintage touches...so sweet! Have a great VTT and thanks for linking in and sharing today.

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  5. Oh I love it! It is just beautiful!!

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  6. Susan,
    It is all so very lovely! Bentley, tell Momma you want to lick the dripping from those pretty Limoges bowls :)
    xoxo
    Robin

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  7. All so beautiful. And I, too am enjoying these lovely nights in NJ.
    gail

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  8. Beautiful! What a gorgeous table setting...perfect for a romantic dinner.

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  9. Such a gorgeous table...it just sparkles :)

    Blessings!
    Gail

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  10. Just lovely. I'm happy to see your, 'good stuff' being used.

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  11. Sometimes a nice little table setting at home is nicer than a big event elsewhere. Everyone needs to use the best of things, as you are not going to take them with us. Why have something, if you cannot use it. Nicely done.

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  12. A beautiful, romantic table setting!

    xo
    Claudia

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  13. Oh, how romantic! I love the colors on your beautiful table. The dishes are beautiful, but I fell in love with your stemware! So pretty. Thanks for sharing.
    ~Holly

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  14. Great minds think alike, I also did the last of summer's pink for this week. Your pieces are beautiful.

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  15. Romantic,so lovely,BTW,I love Sleepless in Seattle too,Jimmy Derante is great on your playlist.

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  16. I just "met" you on another blog and am so happy I stopped by. Your blog is wonderful. As I scrolled down, I saw the two Williamsburg Cookbooks. I have them both and use them often. I am a native Virginian and go back (to the Shenandoah Valley) every October. My home is Roanoke. After college, I lived in Alexandria and worked at the Pentagon as a civilian. I live and worked in Hampton for a few years. During those years, my husband and I spent at least two Sundays a month in Williamsburg--reading the Washington Post under a tree and having a light supper at Chownings. Wonderful memories.

    Best,
    Bonnie

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  17. Ah! lovely indeed! Love the candelabra with matching vintage crystal glasses.

    Lovin´It....

    Happy TS!

    Greetings from Stockholm

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  18. Oh, I just love this, it is so beautiful!

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  19. Beautiful romantic setting.It's windy here in Indiana today. Have a blessed evening. Debbie

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  20. This is so lovely, elegant and romantic! I adore your china!

    Happy VTT,
    Sally

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  21. How lovely and romantic! Good for you for taking the time to set a beautiful table. So.....did Bentley get to eat on fine china too? Just wondering.

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  22. Hi Susan & Bentley!! Thank you so much for following my blog and welcoming me into Blogland. I do love it here. Susan, the table setting is perfect! I absolutely adore all of the pics on your site and could truly stay only on your blog all day because the music is dreamy!!

    I'll definitely be back :-) And I'm following you too!

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  23. Hi there Susan & Bentley!

    Thank y'all for visiting my blog today and I am glad that Brenda sent you my way. Seems like we do have alot of similar interests and have alot to talk about! Please visit anytime and I am always available to talk crafts!

    http://creationsbyageorgiapeach.blogspot.com

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  24. This is a beautiful and romantic table. I love it. The china pattern is beautiful! It's taking me a while to get through all of the tablescapes. I am glad I kept plodding. I would have hated to miss this.

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  25. How lovely! The crystal just sparkles in that light. I have a niece in Idaho. It's nice to hear the weather has been beautiful.

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  26. Everything is GORGEOUS! Maybe I'll have to do the same this weekend!

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  27. Susan...Your table for two on the deck is beautiful and it looks so romantic. Enjoy.

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  28. Your table is gorgeous. Is the pattern of the Haviland called "Apple Blossom?" Your stemware is absolutely magnificent...I'm so glad that you actually pull it out and use rather than let it languish in a cabinet. Thank you for sharing your charming design. Cherry Kay

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  29. Gorgerous table setting Susan!! Love the Limoges china. Everything is so romantic.
    Pamela xo

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  30. That Limoges is gorgeous. I'm a sucker for anything with a pink flower design. Mimi

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  31. Very romantic. It looks beautiful... Thank you for becoming a follower and leaving a comment the other day. It means a lot to me. Your dog looks a little cutie... My mum always kept Yorkies... she just lost her last one the other month (Roo)... he was a old boy though and as we say in the UK, 'He had a good innings'... We're taking bets, as to when she will get another! Have a great weekend. Lx

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  32. What a beautiful table Susan. Have a wonderful Pink weekend!

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  33. Very lovely - I ahve always loved this china setting. Everything is beautiful. Happy PInk Saturday. Hugs, Patti

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  34. Beautiful table, every thing looks perfect. Happy Pink Saturday and arf to Bentley, Char

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