Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Teatime Treasures

Paula and Terri returned from "the world's largest antique show" earlier this week. New vintage treasures fill their shop shelves! What fun it was to browse, looking for new things. China and accoutrement's for tea, chenille, roses on bark cloth, old linens, vintage garments, a Victorian lamp, and more have been put on display. Their new 'tea themed' display is especially nice. A miniature tea set, silver spoons, tea strainers, and a darling sugar cube tray --- all speak of gracious times and gentle hospitality. It's always fun to visit after the go to market!


  1. Ahh, it was fun to browse here today. I think it's time for a little browsing trip for me at the local shops :0)
    Have a nice day...

  2. Where is this antique show? Love the dishes with the blue in your second picture. I think I must do a little antiquing on Saturday.

    Off to a tea tasting this evening at the Chinese Gardens. It should be a lovely evening for this event.

  3. Ahhh...tea sets are a treasure! I often have said that there isn't a piece of china I don't like!!

  4. Lovely, I see a nice cream & Sugar bowl, if I am not mistaken it is called Fragrance by Royal Albert, lovely indeed.


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