Vintage China Settings Instead of renting china to serve so many guests, try finding vintage china at flea markets and antiques stores. Not only will it help with your budget, but the mixed patterns will make each setting special.
This petite little teacup is my very favorite one I’ve ever found! It’s got a lovely pearlized finish and little blue bubbles. I call it my “mermaid teacup.” It was made by Limoges and an internet source dates the mark from between
Passed down from Mandy& grandmother, an antique mahogany china cabinet? makes a striking, unexpected statement?so much so that it almost overshadows ?the beautiful cast-iron claw-foot tub?in this master bathroom.