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."

2 comments:

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!