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Setting the table.

Most comprehensive traditional formal place settings: water goblet, champagne flute, white wine, red wine, cordial sherry, demitasse, coffee / tea cup, cake fork, dessert spoon, butter knife, bread and butter plate, serviette (napkin), salad course, fish course, meat course forks, consomme, salad plate, main course, charger, meat knife, teaspoon, soup spoon, seafood fork. Exact placement for every piece of silver, glass or crystal.

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Afternoon Tea 101: Course Order

THE SET-UP | A three-tiered stand is perfect for observing the course order of Afternoon Tea: savories, scones, and sweets.

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Arrangement of Cutlery – Like Home Breakfast lunch and dinner

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Wedding Details: Creative Menu Ideas

This nap­kin wrap menu (left) is so cre­ative and mod­ern! Design by Wiley Valen­tine, photo by Aaron Dele­sie via Gina DeDo­minici.

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How To Throw A Historically Accurate Downton Abbey Dinner Party It never ceases to amaze me at the way people set tables with silverware I. All sorts of weird places!