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  1. What a stunning tablescape, it would be gorgeous for a golden wedding anniversary or even a small wedding table. I love how you have mixed different metals and textures and those crystal balls are a clever surprise. I love your style, you are a very talented stylist and I look forward to more of your blog.

    PS. Thank you for visiting my blog and the encouraging comments about my home and style. I am doing some renovations to my house this summer (your winter) and will be posting about them as I go along.

    Lee ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Lovely and elegant. I love the thought put into all of your details, especially the glittery balls suggesting the crystal-covered ball that drops in Times Square. I love your crystal pattern and how it reflects the pattern on your dining chairs. No little detail is overlooked!

    1. Thanks for taking the time to notice all the bits, Chloe! The crystal pattern is Ralph Lauren’s Glen Plaid. I think I forgot to credit it, but I use them all the time, so I’m sure it’s in many of the posts… ๐Ÿ™‚

  3. So perfect and pretty Lory! I just LOVE your napkin rings, very clever and your flowers are gorgeous as always!

  4. Every detail so elegant and lovely! Great job.

    Big Texas Hugs,
    Susan and Bentley

  5. Gorgeous table with so many lovely details. The napkin rings are so creative and add a special touch to celebrate New Years. Great find with mercury glass vases holding the glittery balls. Your table is perfectly balanced and any guest would be honored the sit there.

    1. Thank you Linda!! I wanted to do the timepieces the year before and didn’t get on it fast enough, so this time I made sure to get it done… ๐Ÿ˜‰

    1. Thanks so much Cecilia!! I never think of myself as a DIYer, but when I think about it, in many ways I am… ๐Ÿ˜‰ Thanks for visiting!

  6. Gorgeous! And I am seriously going to think of a way to copycat those napkin rings!

  7. This table is so stunning I love how you blend the gold and silvers it looks like a jewelry store what a clever idea using watch charms where ever did you get them?Susie

  8. Thanks Susie! I can’t remember where I got them because I looked everywhere. It may have been Michaels or it may have been online.

  9. Beautiful…love the theme and the great plates.

  10. bobbi duncan says:

    Gorgeous table setting, Lory! I love the elements that put it over the top (something you’re particularly good at), like the time pieces and homage to the Times Square ball drop. I love having a Lory file online whereby I can quickly get fabulous ideas, so thank you VERY much. Know you will always have amazing ideas that we can all enjoy. Happy Hanukkah and best of everything in the coming year. Hugs!