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Old 26-06-2004, 07:32 PM
Vonbucket
 
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Default THE APPEARANCE OF YOUR DINNING TABLE REFLECTS CLASS

As the Europeans say: "L'CAspect DU TABLEAU
REFLÈTE SA CLASSE "!

No formal table is complete without the touch of the classic plate
chargers. Check out our large selection of formal chargers at:

http://www.admiralsantiques.com/silverchargers.htm

You guests will be talking about your party long after they leave!

Victorian, Plain, Art Deco and more!

Thanks!

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Old 27-06-2004, 03:02 PM
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On 26 Jun 2004 11:32:51 -0700, (Vonbucket)
wrote:

As the Europeans say: "L'CAspect DU TABLEAU
REFLÈTE SA CLASSE "!

No formal table is complete without the touch of the classic plate
chargers. Check out our large selection of formal chargers at:

http://www.admiralsantiques.com/silverchargers.htm

You guests will be talking about your party long after they leave!

Victorian, Plain, Art Deco and more!

Thanks!


You know, I was just about to place a $10,000 order with you until you
spammed our newsgroup.

Phhhffffffttttt!!!

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Old 28-06-2004, 05:56 PM
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As the Europeans say: "L'CAspect DU TABLEAU
REFLÈTE SA CLASSE "!

No formal table is complete without the touch of the classic plate
chargers. Check out our large selection of formal chargers at:

http://www.admiralsantiques.com/silverchargers.htm

You guests will be talking about your party long after they leave!

Victorian, Plain, Art Deco and more!

Thanks!


The spelling of your subject line is an even better indicator of class.


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