I have an infinity for antique shops and the things you find in them: old items that no one uses anymore. This is perhaps why I adore white china - but fine china is not something that I would put on my registry now. I want someone else's fine china. I want china that has been used, has lived, and has been looking for a new home ever since it found itself separated from it's original owner. These objects have been pre-loved and I love them even more for it. On this table, I have my grandmothers china with brie, goat cheese, cracker, and even pate, for a French themed dinner party.