A tablescape means more to me when there's some story or meaning to the pieces on my table, so I was really looking forward to using this lovely old Crown Ducal teapot and teacups on the table. They were a gift from my dish friend, Angela in a Secret Santa exchange. She knew the deco look would grab me, and the colors match my vintage Fiesta perfectly. I chose vintage red Fiesta dinner plates and forest green bread plates, and a Post86 marigold buffet plate. The cobalt Ralston all-gone bunny bowls add a whimsical touch, and these amazingly hard to find treasures showed up on eBay within a day of each other this month, and I put in one bid on each of these, never imagining I'd win them both. They bring happy thoughts of Becky to mind, since she had the first blue bunny bowls I had ever seen. Usually, I see this Ralston bowl in ivory and green, The lovely napkins were linen treasures from another dear dish friend, Kathy and brought all the colors together so nicely on the table. The flatware is vintage Bakelite, a gift from Dori. All these ladies are scattered coast to coast, but it's almost like getting to sit down with them, having them represented at the table. You can't beat a good meal, surrounded by old (and new) friends.