“Antique of the Week”: Fish Cutlery

North Carolina Interior Designer Kathryn Greeley presents fish cutlery

 For a garden luncheon in May or October, nothing is lighter and more healthy than a nice piece of fish.  Serving fish with a beautiful antique fish cutlery set makes for a very collected tabletop! In a perfect world, you would also have a two piece fish serving set.  This set is from my book, The Collected Tabletop, found at an antique shop in Scotland. It features a delicate ivy motif, which made this the perfect compliment to the Napoleon Ivy pattern also used in the book. Wouldn’t a delicious light filet of trout be nice?!

North Carolina Interior Designer Kathryn Greeley presents fish cutlery

North Carolina Interior Designer Kathryn Greeley presents fish cutlery

I hope everyone is having a wonderful Monday!


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4 Responses to “Antique of the Week”: Fish Cutlery

  1. I love it. But is it safe to use antique cutlery. I love things from the past, especially ones that I can actually use. I have one antique corkscrew that I got from New Orleans, my hometown. I use it not as often as I would like to because I want to preserve it, plus it takes a bit of strength to use it. But, I just love your book!

  2. Kathryn says:

    Absolutely, I use my antique cutlery all of the time! I don’t put it in the dishwasher, I lovingly wash it by hand! And I am happy to hear you are using your antique corkscrew. You are very kind about my book and it is very humbling when I hear my readers are truly enjoying the book! Thanks for your support!!

  3. Kathryn,

    I love your passion, incorporated with recipes. You show your passion for life and entertaining family and friends. That is what life is all about. Anyone can have a house; but a house is not a home without love,care, and the people you love. I was so lucky to win your book in a contest here in Little Rock 🙂

  4. Kathryn says:

    Thank you Lorrie…I am so happy that you love your book!

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