Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Our Easter Table Setting

I know that it is well past Easter weekend and most of you have already put your decorations away. But I just had to share the photos of my mom's Easter brunch table setting in the breakfast room. As always she takes my breath away with her seemingly effortless beautiful table settings and meticulous food preparation. This year her centerpiece consisted of tulips and pussy willow branches with quail eggs scattered along the base of a glass urn.

Since some of you will ask, the china is made by Royal Worcester and the pattern is Cradley circa 1768. It is a reproduction of early Worchester. Although, this pattern is no longer made it can possibly be found at Replacements a wonderful website with an incredibly large selection of old and new dinnerware.

Brunch included scrambled eggs, toasted brioche, fruit salad, chicken & apple sausage, and lox with onions, capers, and cream cheese. Quite the feast!