The garden at Chesham Depot

December 1992
Yankee;Dec92, Vol. 56 Issue 12, p97
Presents the author's thoughts on why she likes to savor setting her Christmas table. Importance of tableware handed down to her; Tablecloth from her grandmother; Silverware given to her by her godmother; Silver bowl a wedding presents from an aunt; Glass candlesticks a wedding present to her parents; More.


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