I mixed and matched sterling flatware. The salad fork is from one set and the entree fork and knife/spoon is from a second set.
I purchased the second set (8 knives, 7 forks, 7 spoons) on the 50% off day at a local estate sale. Every piece was extremely tarnished and the bundle was with the stainless pieces in the kitchen for some reason. I bought them for $37.50! I've attempted to research the pattern, but have had no luck. Do you recognize it?
The glasses are inexpensive ones I found in Target.
The tablecloth was purchased new at Stein Mart and I have two identical ones of various lengths that I use depending on how many table leaves are in place. Do you purchase the same tablecloth in various lengths?
The linen napkins are from an estate sale. This set of four are 22" x 22" and as soft as silk.
I need to start scouting for napkin holders. I have two sets (one spring and one fall), but I rarely use them. Perhaps 2011 will be the year I get on the napkin ring bandwagon, or at least learn how to fold my napkins into interesting shapes!
Chargers: Flea market
China: Royal Doulton Alice, wedding present
Salad Plates: Anchor Hocking Ruby Red, borrowed from The Sister
Glasses: Target (does anyone know the name of the pattern?)
Sterling Silver: Salad fork is Easterling's American Classic, others are unknown
Tablecloth: Stein Mart
Linen Napkins: Estate Sale
Candleholders: Estate Sale and Garage Sale
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