These plates came with sacks of flour to my grandfather's store and although they have no marking on the back, we have been told they are "Cone Premium." I featured the lilac version of these on one of my first tablescapes HERE.
The pink "Moonstone" glassware is by Fostoria and is part of a collection my mother started for my 10-year-old.
I have used sterling flatware from 1893, "Louvre" by R.S. Wallace and Sons, and Pfaltzgraff "Heritage" dinner plates. The napkins are part of a large collection my parents inherited from a relative.
This is such a simple table and so easy to put together for a casual ladies lunch. I love to layer old with new, rustic wood with sterling silver then top it off with flowers from the garden.
I am loving using shades of pink as an accent for the first time ever. Not sure how this is going to work at Christmas!
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