snowmen and snowy glass trees . . .
Along with white
candles and red berries.
were scattered down the center of the table.
The oversized stems, often referred to as
buttermilk goblets, are family pieces from
Susan's paternal grandmother and added more
sparkle to the wintery tabletop vignette.
I've long admired Wedgwood's pattern
with its delicate shell edge and beautifully
embossed design of leaves and grapes.
The simplicity of the exquisite
white creamware against the woven rattan
and the design on the napkins
works perfectly for a January tablescape.
do a little "painting" of my own.