I recently took a tour of the Conrad-Caldwell House Museum in Old Louisville, Kentucky. The house is referred to as the Louisville Castle.
The huge chandelier is the star of the dining room.
The simple place settings featured beautiful gold-rimmed bone china, ornate flatware, and monogramed napkins.
I was so taken with the pretty salt cellars and
This butter server fascinated me. Isn't it a beauty?
The turkey, flanked by candelabras, was the simple centerpiece.
I'll be sharing more images from this incredible home in the future.
Thanks for stopping in to tour the dining room with me.
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