Inherited--- A Vintage and Delicate Treasure

A sofisticated to my eyes...

When I was young, I know what we had on top of my family's table. I don't really care what kind of treasures we had? I just remember that my grandfather had a very fine china set and unfortunately ended to a wrong greedy grandchildren, my first cousin's wife. Mum inhereted some of the set and as I recall she adored them till her last breath. If I am still living in The Philippines, I would love to keep them by myself. Hopefully, dear sis will adore as Mum does.

Then, my new life started when I marry GH and move to Stockholm, Sweden 25 yrs ago. I know my love of kitchen/tables gadgets, i.e. household utensils, deep in my heart. It was already forseen by many of our friends--- my pedantic way and the love of a house to make it a home. I thank you Mum for that. It is true the saying "what we had experienced from our childhood, is what we get when we have our own" ?

Well, when GH mother passed away 2 decades ago, GH inherited a very old delicate set. 65 pcs, unfortunately, I can't find the coffee/tea set. But, I was overwhelmed of what is present in the set. At the beginning, I kept them in boxes and kept in the cellar. Not even dare to use them due to the antique issues. Suddenly, I decided to moved to my cupboard coz, GH saw 2 plates was cracked  due to delicacy. 

NOW HERE THEY ARE , ENTERTAINING US...
Used and showed You twice, I guess but I never get tired of showing the beauty
of this forgotten Swedish APL Lidköping set.(sorry no English version) treasure. I just want to show the date. Pls press the name to jump in the link, thank you*** if you are interested.

Dinner plate laid on a golden chargers
  Followed by the soup/pasta plates (depends on your likes when to use)
 Salad and bread plates. Just don't mind the black spot. that's incl to old issue
 Oh! I love my tableclothe w/ table napkins from Abu Dhabi, TY Bff Marissa
  Sauce bowl. Can you see the gold plated corner?
  I grabbed my vintage Orrefors glasses too to match the vintagy theme
Serving plates & deep bowls, modified as my centerpiece  
 I mixed this candle glasses for a cozy ambiance

  Gold plated flatwares completed the more delicate feelings
The outcome
Sweeter bowl--- with Swarovski crystals... don't U love it?
Tea maker from Iran w/c I inherited from an Iranian neighbour
Long history in their clan endeed to an Asian girl. Amazing but it is true!
Tea table is covered with a very old crocheted tablecloth own by great grand-grandma.

OMG!!! Did you notice that I am a bit talkative this time? 

Anyways, Can you feel how I love to share some of Sweden's treasures that even a real Swede did not notice the beauty in it? The forgotten inheritance of their own.

Hope you had a good reading and hope you all had a great and a blessed w/end and productive week ahead.

Pls don't forget to head over to Marty's meme
And on Thursday to Susan at BNOP

ENJOY my bloggie friends and hope you go and do a blog tour as many as YOU can.

For more enjoyment and more inspirations.

Blessings,







Kommentarer

  1. What a gorgeous set! I am so glad they are in the house and being used. I love them!
    Karen

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  2. Beautiful!!! Thank you for sharing your story and the fabulous set of dishes. Your blog is outstanding and I enjoy stopping by for a visit.
    xo
    Betty @ My Cozy Corner

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  3. Your heirloom dishes are exquisite my friend! I love what you have, who needs more! I too have a post with dishes I just inherited from mother. I love everything here, from the Arab coffee station, to the gorgeous tablecloth, gold stems and lovely votives. You have some beautiful elements always, linda amiga Chie. Have a great weekend.
    FABBY

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  4. Det är en jättevacker servis din man
    ärvde, så roligt och duka med den.
    Blir lika fint som på Nobel middagen.
    Stor kram
    AnnaMaria

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  5. Oh wow, this is such a beautiful set of dishes and they have such deicate flowers and gold trim. What a wonderful inheritance. The table setting is gorgeous. Your crystal and tablecloth are perfect with the dishes. It is wonderful that you are using them. Thanks so much for joining TTT. Lovely post. Hugs, Marty

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  6. Beautiful China! Love looking at it's gorgeous pattern! LOVELY!

    xoRebecca

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  7. Vilket vackert porslin! Klart vi ska försöka träffas när ni är i Skåne *ler*.

    Kramen

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  8. Hello!!
    First off, thanks so much for stopping by and leaving such a nice comment!!
    What an elegant table setting. I adore white and gold!! LOVE those tea spoons with the roses!! Gorgeous!!

    I really enjoyed my visit today, gazing at so many lovely things!!

    Hugs,
    Deb

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  9. Beautiful settings and I love all the wonderful gold and white. Fabulous and so elegant!

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  10. This is so pretty!!! I especially love the gold plated flatware and your beatuful napkins!!! Thanks for sharing this!

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  11. What beautiful china, so elegant. Love the napkin ring roo!
    The linens are gorgeous!
    Thanks so much for your visit, and I look forward to seeing you next week.
    I will follow if I am not a follower already!

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  12. I meant "too" above!

    I am your newest follower.

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  13. The gold and white is so pretty, love the flatware and the white roses in the center is sooo pretty...I love all the crystal on the table and love the gold charger plates....

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  14. Hello, precious Chie!!! What a beautiful, beautiful, beautiful set of dishes!!! I am glad you took them out of storage to show us! The shape of the dishes goes very nicely with the shape of the gold chargers. They look like they were just made for each other! I am just blown away by that tea maker from Iran! My goodness, what a pretty piece! Very unusual! The bowl with the Swarovski crystals is gorgeous, too!!! Such a delicate treasure! And then you have the beautiful linens from Abu Dhabi...this is the United Nations of tablescapes!!!! :-) Have a beautiful weekend, dear Chie! Thank you for sharing the beauty of your prized dishes with us!

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  15. Oh, what a treat this post was. I love antique china and seeing yours was so much fun. Everything is so elegant and, yet, with that Swedish touch of white. That tea maker is a treasure - I do not think that I have ever seen another like it. Thank you for sharing!!

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  16. Such beautiful pieces on your table from so many different places. I absolutely adore the napkin rings, your "sweeter" bowl and the Iranian tea maker are fabulous! Thank you for being so "chatty" this time, I enjoyed the history behind your pieces!

    Miss Mindy

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  17. Your dishes are lovely and the story behind it is precious. Your silverware is just perfect to compliment the china - and your napkin rings are so sweet!

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  18. thanks for popping in today! I hope to see you again soon!!! love your site!

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  19. Beautiful dishes, Chie, and a treasure especially coming from your in laws and being antiques. That tablecloth is so exquisite and so pretty....Christine

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  20. So beautiful, I am your newest follower, and after one trip to Stockholm, I can say ...can't wait to go back!

    Jan @ The Pink Geranium!

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