You all know how I love me some blue and white china. Timeless, classic, elegant, fun for all ages, a great party favor, nice place to stash your stash, etc. I love seeing it en masse, and until I have my own plethora, I will have to live vicariously through the collections of others. Case in point, the home of Benjamin F. Garber and William C. Kennedy, both former associates of Syrie Maugham, the white queen of Interior Design. The pots sit on a Regence table a gibier with a Chinoiserie tapestry designed by the Rococo painter Francis Boucher behind. The pots below the table are Louis XV. Also catching my eye is that minimal spray of dogwood blossoms. How architectural and organic, and such a nice contrast to the uniformity of the pottery. The white carnations with the excessively long stems, however, are another story.