I am a huge fan of using small ginger jars for setting the Chinoiserie table. They add Chinoiserie style to your table, and look as good with plain white china as they do with an elaborate Chinoiserie pattern. Their petite size does not block your guests' views. This beautiful blue and white pair above is available at Duchess Fare and is vintage Fitz & Floyd. I am a big collector of vintage Fitz & Floyd Chinoiserie pieces for their beauty and elegance. These would also work perfectly on the Chinoiserie table with their lids removed as vases.
I grew up in Europe and Lake Forest, Illinois. After graduating from The Ferry Hall School, Bryn Mawr College, and George Washington University Law School, I practiced law in Washington, D.C. Now I am devoting my time to three of my great passions - interior design, blogging, and Chinoiserie.
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