Overview of the table - black, white, silver and crystal with just one red rose. The place setting was gorgeous.
Just another view.
A close up of the individual place setting shows the colors (or lack of colors) better.
Clear and sparkling Lady Diamond crystal by Cris d'Arques and black martini glasses go well.
The small cloche can also be used as individual butter holders.
Multi-faceted votives show up even better on a mirror tile.
King James by Oneida silverplate flatware is highly polished (thanks Pat) to reflect the light.
Close up of the crystal napkin ring.
The tall clear crackle votives sit on mirrors. Pat has three sets - five in a set of different heights.
The rim of the plate is beautiful.
Betty was dressed in faux silver and crystal earrings with a white Boa.
Oh - a "heads-up" for the next few weeks.....Pat just got back from visiting her daughter in Redding and did she hit the bargains!!!! No telling what the tables will look like in June. A word of warning: the daughter has the same dish disease as the mother.
Tablecloth - Gottschalks (local Department store now out of business)
Black charger - Mikasa Color Spectrum from Replacements
Dinnerware - Noritake Reina (purchased by our Brother in the late 60's for Mom)
Flatware - King James by Oneida
Clear Crystal Goblets - Lady Diamond by Cris d'Arques from Ross
Black Martini Glasses - Jet Black by Artland from Replacements
Small square Glass cloches - Home Essentials from Ross
Napkins and Overlays - made by Pat from fabric from JoAnn's
Crystal Napkin rings - Tuesday Morning
Tall Cracked Crystal Centerpiece votives - Ross
Candles and small crystal votive holders - Michael's
Mirrors - Michael's
Betty's crystal and faux silver earrings and Boa - Michael's