Anyway, in the very near future I'll be posting a
Precious, darling Capucine by Bernardaud. We've got the dinner plate, bread & butter plate, and teacup & sauce in this pattern. And now for our lovely accent:
This is Eden (Turquoise) by Bernardaud, also known as the prettiest thing in the entire world. If it were possible to marry a china pattern, my fiance would be out of luck. We chose this pattern for our salad plates for two reasons. One, it provides a nice contrast, and two, I will never complain about eating only salads again if I can eat it off that plate. My waistline will thank me later. Still, I have a feeling it will eventually take over my entire house. Entire. House.
The result of our lovely mix 'n match venture:
I think I'm in love.