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Tabletop Taste
February 11 - March 19, 1995

This exhibition discussed how well-appointed dining tables and very rigid social rules related to eating in the late 1800's have evolved into our present day culture of fast foods and entrees prepared on plastic trays in microwave ovens.
 

The A to Z of dining
A Amberina cups
B Berry bowl, dishes, & spoons
C Castor set
D Dessert set
E Egg cups
F Fish platter
G Goblets
H Honey dish
I Ironstone
J Jenny Lynn bowl
K Knife rests
L Ladle, linens, lusterware
M Majolica, mustard dishes, menu cards
N Napkins, Nippon china, napkin rings, nut crackers/picks/bowl
O Orrefors, oil cruet, oyster plate
P Platters, punch bowl
Q Queensware (Wedgwood)
R Ramekin, roasting pan, railroad china
S Salt cellars, sugar bowl, sugar tongs, sauce boat, soup tureen
T Tea caddy, teaspoons, tea set, tablecloth, trivets
U Urn, repousse
V Vase, vinegar cruet, vegetable dish, Venetian glass
W Warming plate, water pitcher, wedgwood, wavecrest
X Xmas plates
Y Yakima souvenir pieces, yellowware
Z Zinn (Swedish & German for pewter), Zanesville pottery, Zolnay porcelain

 

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