Apr 21, 2010

Beautiful Tablescape



I am so glad to be able to join Susan again at Between Naps On The Porch @http://betweennapsontheporch.blogspot.com
Be sure to check my friend out and all the other lovely tablescapes. I did not do a tablescape this week due to my agenda being in "overflow".....but I did want to share my sisterinlove's beautiful table scape with you along with a mantle tablescape and a tea cart tablescape. Here is Shirley and her hubby Bobby Ray....doesn't she favor Beth Moore? A well known Bible study teacher???? 



She has some beautiful stuff as you will see.
As you can see in this picture a butter knife is laying on this thingy! I have no clue what that is officially called but if any of you do please tell me so I will know! I just think it is the neatest thing since slice bread!
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Next is this mantle piece she has on the wall by her dining table. 

And then the tea cart.






Thanks for sharing my sisterinlove's tablescape with me!

Be Blessed. Cindy

31 comments:

  1. Oh I love that china pattern!! Yes she does have some beautiful things! Love the glassware and the knife rest. I do not have any of those, but I have some chopstick rests I got in Japan. Beautiful!!

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  2. Your sister-in-law has some beautiful pieces, for sure. I love the black napkins with the rose napkin rings. The thingies the knives are resting on are simply called...knife rests. Those are beautiful. I've got some duck ones that I've yet to use for a tablescape. They are very practical.

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  3. I am loving those green goblets! A lovely set of china and tablescape.

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  4. Just beautiful,the color of those napkins is amazing.

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  5. How very pretty! Old Country Roses is a favorite pattern of mine. I love it with the gold flatware and green glasses!
    And as the other commenter said, those are knife rests. I've been looking for vintage ones for ages! They are hard to come by; at least in sets!

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  6. Love your tea set, is so beautiful.

    Hugs
    Charo

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  7. Hi Cindy, Oh how I love Old Country Roses, my mom collected it for years now, it makes such a beautiful table! And I love that teacart.
    hugs and blessings,
    Debra

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  8. I think it is called a knife rest, isn't it? Your sister in law sure has lots of beautiful things. Pretty everything esp. the tea set.....Christine

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  9. So elegant! I've never seen a "knife rest" before, learn something new everyday!

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  10. Miss Cindy, Love your SIL tablesetting. Very pretty. But my favorite is the green goblit. Looks like Italy to me! Trinty

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  11. Oh, I DO love tea time, and I LOVE the beautiful tea set you show today on your dear SIL's tea cart!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the little bows!!.. So very pretty! ~tina

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  12. Thanks so much for stopping by and for the kind words. Thanks for sharing your SIL's lovely china, etc. with us -- I too am really liking the goblets.

    Scribbler

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  13. This is quite beautiful -- and set so graciously. Love roses.

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  14. It is all very pretty. I personally love the napkin rings she used. My favorite....Thanks for sharing with us Miss Cindy. Angela

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  15. Really pretty! I love Old Country Roses. She really made a pretty tablescape by adding the knife rests, the gold chargers, the lovely napkins and the gold flatware. Thanks for sharing!

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  16. Oh my God!!! Please write to me and tell me what the knife thingy is called. I've found a new thing to collect!! :) Please don't forget! They're gorgeous! Thanks for sharing!

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  17. A very pretty table, and it complements the china so well! LOVE the sweet tea set, especially!

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  18. The glass thing is a knife rest. I was curious too, so I googled, check
    this out: http://www.tias.com/11374/PictPage/1923125814.html

    I loved her china with the bows on the tea cart. Too cute and unique.
    Becky Snow

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  19. Dear Cindy,

    First of all, I am thanking your visit in my simple home, as always. I am so glad you found me and I do appreciate it.

    Secondly, your SIL got taste and I love every lil things she have. Roses and the goblets? To die for.

    Happy TT to you dear friend.
    xoxo

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  20. Hello there sweet lady,

    This is just so pretty!~ I love your dear,'sister in love's', beautiful china and oh so pretty tablescape!..,

    .., I should 'bring my teddy bear teapot with the old Country Roses motif over for afternoon tea' to join in the fun, whereas my teapot matches her lovely, 'Old Counrty Roses' tablecape to a 'tea'!..,Hehe

    Thanks for visitng my blog and for your sweet comment my dear, come by for a visit again soon ,as will I to your lovely blog!

    Hugs from Wanda Lee @ The Plumed Pen

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  21. That is such an elegant china pattern and it certainly sets a lovely welcoming table.

    hugs
    Sonny

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  22. Thank you for visiting me today. Your sisterinlove does have some beautiful things. The knife rests are a wonderful touch. I love the napkins and the rings...lovely.

    Sue

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  23. That tea set is beautiful and she does favor Beth! Lezlee

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  24. Hi Cindy,
    thank you for sharing this nice table setting. I also love Country roses but I haven't seen this tea pot before. So cute.
    Greetings and be blessed. Johanna

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  25. She and I would get along great as we like the same things - tea time, and I have Old Country Roses china as well! Thanks for showing us her beautiful tablescape!

    Katherine

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  26. So pretty~~Happy Tablescape Thursday~~~

    Love your song playing on your blog:))

    Blessings,
    Kay Ellen

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  27. I've never seen a knife rest before. This one is just beautiful, though--kind of reminds me of depression glass. Lovely table!

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  28. Her old country roses is one of my favorites! Such a lovely tea setting! I love her knife rest! The teapot is so pretty! Love that mantel! I could sit down to Tea! Thank you so much for sharing her Tea setting!

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  29. Hi again,
    Your sister in law sets a gorgeous table and how fun for you to get to enjoy it. I have enjoyed my visit, hope to see you on my blog again soon.
    Enjoy your day.<3
    Maryrose

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  30. So perfect! Old Country Roses always sets such an elegant mood :)

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Hugs and blessings, Cindy