La Boheme Design - Desert and Starter Plate
La Boheme Design - Desert and Starter Plate
La Boheme Design - Desert and Starter Plate

Elizabeth Romhild Design

La Boheme Design - Desert and Starter Plate

$ 60.00
Desert and Starter Plate in white with entire outline in real platinum, including beautiful packaging
Dimension ø 21 cm

Let the plate add the creative finishing touch to your dinner, with Elizabeth’s Joy de Vivre figures all inspired from Elizabeth’s paintings "La Boheme" and "Dans le Chambre" coming together as a feast.  Eclectic yet classic with a playful bohemian twist

“A little bit of sweetness can drown out a whole lot of bitterness.”
- Francesco Petrarca
A table cloth that's slightly soiled
Where greasy little hands have toiled;
The napkins kept in silver rings,
And only ordinary things
From which to eat, a simple fare,
And just the wife and kiddies there,
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And while I serve, the clatter glad
Of little girl and little lad
Who have so very much to say
About the happenings of the day.

Four big round eyes that dance with glee,
Forever flashing joys at me,
Two little tongues that race and run
To tell of troubles and of fun;
The mother with a patient smile
Who knows that she must wait awhile
Before she'll get a chance to say
What she's discovered through the day.
She steps aside for girl and lad
Who have so much to tell their dad.

Our manners may not be the best;
Perhaps our elbows often rest
Upon the table, and at times
That very worst of dinner crimes,
That very shameful act and rude
Of speaking ere you've downed your food,
Too frequently, I fear, is done,
So fast the little voices run.
Yet why should table manners stay
Those tongues that have so much to say?

At many a table I have been
Where wealth and luxury were seen,
And I have dined in halls of pride
Where all the guests were dignified;
But when it comes to pleasure rare
The perfect dinner table's where
No stranger's face is ever known:
The dinner hour we spend alone,
When little girl and little lad
Run riot telling things to dad.
The Perfect Dinner Table - Poem by Edgar Albert Guest