The dinner plate features "Haddon Hall"
The cups feature "Ann Hathaway's cottage" in Shottery, while the saucer features the "Holy Trinity Church" Stratford-on-Avon.
These glasses I'm using for juice were a gift from my mom and from the 1970s I think. I do not know the pattern. The coffee pot, cream and sugar are "Bareuther" of Bavaria and part of a set which includes a small tea pot.
The sterling sugar spoon is Wallace "Louvre" from 1893...
These napkins were a find on ebay last year...
I placed some of the last daylilies in this grocery store milk glass vase...
By the way, if you notice the napkin fold, it should be to the left side and the open corners should all be at the lower right side closest to the forks, although I placed the fork on top because the table is so small. I did not know this until I saw it on a table Susan at BNOTP posted last winter to show incorrect placement. This is done so that it's easier to open. You can see Susan's post HERE.
I hope you enjoy this little table with "Romantic England." These are all things I had ready to go and the table really didn't take a lot of time to put together.
Thanks for stopping by!! I have slowly but surely been getting back to those lovely people who leave comments, it just takes me a while:-)
I'll be joining Susan's "Tablescape Thursday" at BNOTP so be sure to stop by!!