Good manners at the table


Table Manners (Ingalls' Home Magazine, 1889) "Good manners at the table are of the greatest importance, for one can, at a glance, discern whether a person has been trained to eat well... to drink quietly, and not as a horse or cow drinks... There is no position where the innate refinement of a person is more fully exhibited than at the table."


Historical Ken said...

Love this!

Quiltladyofky said...

Beautiful young ladies! You are always beautiful yourself, Lady Estelle! So nice to know your teaching the younger ladies and fulfilling your Titus 2 role. You’re doing such great work!