THE BOOK OF TABLE SETTINGS by

THE BOOK OF TABLE SETTINGS

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KIRKUS REVIEW

Reported from angle, of garden club members, garden shows, etc. in GARDEN BOOKS supplement. But interest is wider than that, as it is keyed to the home of moderate income. Leads off with brief history of silverware, linens, eating customs, etc. Suggestions for table settings at different meals. Suggestions for serving a party meal without a maid -- set-up of each place, flowers to use, minimum requirements of china, schemes for parties on special holidays, the psychology of attractive settings.

Publisher: Doubleday, Doran