Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Strap Molasses Brown....

Yes that is what I call this small teapot.
No makers mark on it or any markings at all.
Has a unique lid on it though.
This is a nice one cup pot or 2 if you use very small tea cups...;-)
I just love its smallness and the uniqueness of it.
Please go check out Kim's Blog for her post on Tea Time Tuesday and I am sure she has a list of others who are sharing tea things today as well.
Mondays work was more painting for me.
I did find a new option for sitting my small shuttered cabinet on though.
This one.

So it is all painted and ready for duty.
Have baskets that will sit on those shelves.
I am getting there!
Soon will be MOVE IN DAY!
Tired of the piles and mess!!!
Next will be clean up time as all this work has created a fair amount of dust!!
Happy Tea Time Tuesday Folks !
Thanks for stopping by to take a peek!

No idea what happened !
This was set to post Tuesday...10-06-09!!!


  1. Looking good to me!

    May your eve be full, warm & loving.
    TTFN ~Marydon

  2. I'm excited to see the finished room, too!

  3. he, he, I had that happen to me once before. I forgot to change something in the posting, and it went right out :-S I'm joining Kim this week too, but mine is set to post in the morning. Have a tea-riffic day!

  4. Great little pot, and it does have an unusual lid, I like it. Your shelf is very pretty, and I'm looking forward to seeing pictures of your finished room.

  5. Hi, Lola,
    I love that little brown teapot!!! It looks like it would be perfect for just one cup of tea. I also love your white shelf that you have been working on. You will have fun placing your treasures on it. Happy Tea Things Tuesday to you!! Blessings, Vicki

  6. What an adorable little pot. Your shelf is too cute too. Happy Tuesday

  7. What a cute little teapot. It reminds me of some you see in restaurants when ordering tea. I like the fact that even if a you are making just one cup of tea, that you can still use a teapot to serve it from instead of just pouring hot water into a teacup or mug.

    Thanks for sharing your little treasure with us today!!

  8. Great teapot, Lola...I could use that to pour my tea all day! And the shelf is great...I would load it up with teacups and teapots...but that's just me - LOL! I think baskets will look wonderful on it. Can't wait to see!

    God bless you!

  9. Hi Lola,
    It's so nice to meet you! I really appreciate your visit to my blog and that you are following along. I'll do the same. Your blog is just wonderful! Come by anytime and say Hello.

    What a precious tiny brown teapot. I just had some delicious Earl Grey a few minutes ago. Yummy!
    Nothing like hot tea on a cloudy day.

    Many Blessings and Happy Fall!
    ~Warmly, Melissa :)

  10. will we get to see pictures of this awesome room when complete?

  11. Hi Lola,
    Your little teapot is so sweet. I like the little teapots, much easier to carry and clean! Your shelf turned out very nice. I can't believe I hadn't been following you, I fixed that though, will be following you along now!

  12. That's quite a dandy little teapot! Baskets will look terrific on your freshly painted shelves. Nice work. Ann :)


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