The Complete Table: Setting the Table with Family Heirlooms

The Complete Table: Setting the Table with Family HeirloomsTraditional
We’ve set our table with The Princess, which likely dates from the second quarter of the 20th century. (Before 1926, Haviland patterns were not named, only numbered.) In typical Haviland fashion, The Princess has a border of delicate pastels—pink roses and pale-blue flourishes.

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  1. Great article on how to switch up a traditional/heirloom setting. I love Haviland china and have several pieces of it. I enjoy mixing and matching all of my collection to create lots of unique looks. Beautiful picture too!

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