What is a Russian-style table setting?

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For a Russian style table setting, first set a doily or double-faced cotton flannel at every seat. Then place a service plate, which will hold the plate on which the food is served. Set the silverware according to the order it will be used--with the salad fork on the outside of the dinner fork, and the salad knife on the outside of the dinner knife. Knives and spoons go on the right and forks on the left. Knife blades should point towards the plate. Bread and butter plates go above the forks. Desert silverware go above the charger plate, horizontally. Set a water glass above the knife, and to its right a white wine glass, and to the white wine glass's right, a red wine glass.
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