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Saturday, November 16, 2013

Lakewold Gardens: Beautiful Tables Showcase - 2013. Part 4

Previous posts are here: Beautiful Fall Tables,
and here: Lakewold Gardens: Beautiful Tables Showcase - 2013

A Polar Thanksgiving
by Morgan Jackson
Novice - Seasonal/Holiday category

Sunshine on My Roseville
by Carol Else
Novice - Seasonal/Holiday category

A Victorian Wedding Tea 1890
by Linda Lang, Celia Vincent and Karen Robbins
Novice - Formal category

To be continued

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***Copyright 2013 TatyanaS


  1. Love the yellow!

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    1. Kit, thank you! I'm sorry your comment disappeared.

  3. I am always fond of beautiful table settings. Especially the Victorian teatable speaks to my imagination.

    1. Janneke, thanks! There is a story and a history behind that table. The chair is an original dining chair from the mansion where the wedding took place (the photograph on the wall).

  4. Thank you so much for showing us what we missed this year!

  5. It's so difficult to decide which one is your favorite.I like all of them.

  6. Great color the first the best.

    1. Donna,thanks! I like it too, but I feel a bit cold while looking at it.

  7. So very elegant! Some of it definitely reminds me of my grandmother's china!

    1. Deb, thank you! Do you have some of your Grandma china?

  8. What lovely combinations--I think my favorite is the last one because of the warm colors and feminine touches. Thanks for taking us along!

    1. Beth, thank you! I'm always get some ideas for my own table!

  9. They all look so elegant Tatyana!

  10. Tatyana its always such a pleasure and a joy to read your blogs.

  11. Indeed time had totally stopped here.
    I had not found anything so perfectly arranged as such as these in these modern times.
    Guess its just a perfect touch to experience a time piece as such as these..
    Experiencing them in a meal.

  12. Your photography always has me in awe, you have such a good eye. Beautiful


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