Bilson, Pat
November 2010
American Rose;Nov/Dec2010 Annual, p82
The article discusses table settings for roses in home and competition. The author classifies tables into two major types, functional and exhibition. She cites that functional tables represent the service of food while exhibition tables represent the modern designs of tables. According to the author, the placement of the components and the rose arrangement should simulate a table where people eat. Exhibition tables, on the other hand, use components as parts of the whole and do not represent food service.


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