Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Easter with Limoges & Bavaria

 I went shopping in my mom's china cabinets this week and found these beauties! Can you believe it's not blue and white???
The green floral plates are Bavaria. She had two roses, four sunflower (?), and one carnation.
The sweet butterfly bread plates are Limoges. There are two different styles of these, as well.
The rest is my well played rattan chargers, Italian Countryside Dinner plates, my grandmother's silver, my goblets as usual. The runner was from an estate sale last year and the Bunny egg holder with the Russian paper eggs is from World Market.


 Happiest of Easters to you and yours!!!
I'm linking up


ellen b. said...

Oh those paper Russian eggs are calling to me. Lovely table. Happy Easter to you!

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Your Easter table is beautiful and your Russian eggs are just amazing. Hope you and your young men have a wonderfully blessed Easter.

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

LOVE this china!!!

Look how that Bavarian china's green just pops.

Awesome, very nice, indeed!

Phyllis@Around the House said...

I love the beautiful dishes all mixed beautiful that way...butterflies are in the

Marlis said...

What lovely plates your borrowed from your mom.. Totally think they rock! I love the russian eggs, too. I barely had time to decorate this year.. well hardly decorated for sure.. Beautiful table.. Happy Easter, many blessings, xo marlis


Oh my, those Russian Easter eggs are stunning! I love the way you displayed them. I love your beautiful Bavarian plates in such lovely green. Your table is gorgeous. Have a blessed Easter.

Marigene said...

Wow, the floral plates are beautiful, Meredith! I guess I missed the Russian eggs at WM...maybe there will be some on sale after Easter.
Happy Easter!

Tammy at Tammy Loves Dishes said...

Lovely table setting! I like how you incorporated that beautiful runner into the centerpiece. It really adds a nice touch to the whole setting. Those Bavarian dishes are beautiful and I like the addition of the butterfly side dishes, too. Very nice!

Alycia Nichols said...

Right on, sister! You did really well on this table!!! Can I come raid your Mom's china cabinet, too? :-) That's the neat thing about having a Mom with good taste: you get to borrow all her fun stuff!!! It's how you put it together that counts, though, and you did a great job with this!!! Happy Easter, dearest Meredith, to you and yours!!! Let those babies eat as much candy as they want! It won't hurt them as long as they brush their teeth! :-)

Entertaining Women said...

You had me with the Bavarian plates...right from the git-go. They are gorgeous! I think that I'd be found crawling into your mom's china cabinet on a regular basis. Thanks for inviting us for a peak. Happy Easter! Cherry Kay

Kathleen said...

Gorgeous plates, Meredith! I am sorry I am late, I got bogged down with the Easter preps. The table is so pretty! I see a few other posts of yours I want to read, but I am tired, long day!
I'll be back tomorrow!
I hope you got your gift!
Thanks for linking to Let's Dish!

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