...by the fire for a cup of tea??
The sun is shining today but there is a chill in the air.
Grab a chenille sofa pilla and get comfy.
We each have our own choice of tea in our own lil brown teapots.
The cups and saucers are a green Currier and Ives set of Country Life.
Using spoons from my silver ware set.
The small log cabin is a vintage maple syrup tin from Vermont.
The bottom green luncheon plates are vintage but no marks on them.
They have country cottages on them and farm tools, love them.
Delicate white floral china napkin rings from Japan.
Such a cute set for sugar and creamer.
They have pine cones hanging on a branch, brown and green.
A MADE IN USA on bottom that is like Hall or McCoy used.
Cream cake slices in a fruit bowl that matches the plate set.
I really love these old vintage greens.
All of these are my found treasures over the years.
I am so comfy here sadly I may have to ask your assistance to rise up from here.
My 'vintage' joints are getting sort of stiff...;-)
Whew ...that's better..thanks so much!!!
This is a cute teapot appliqued and pieced , hand quilted table topper.
The pot lids have sweet buttons on them.
Was a gift from a online friend a few years ago.
When I use this, and I do for my tea at times, I think of her.
Happy Tea Tuesday!
Thanks for the lovely visit today!
Please go by our Tea Tuesday hostess Kim's Blog, Shabby Pink and Pretty, to see who else has linked up to share some lovely teas with you!!
WOW...lots of fun things at the table here today!ReplyDelete
oh wow that table look so sweet and pretty-you'll be glad that I am viewing it from afar-cause I am so accident prone lately-I have enjoyed sharing tea with you ,cheers VickieReplyDelete
What a fun setting. I thought the plates were the same pattern as the cups, they go very well together. The table topper is wonderful, I love stuff like that!
I wish that I could have joined you Lola, as the invitation was so nice. The setting was just lovely!ReplyDelete
Very nice. Wish I could join you to see it all in person.ReplyDelete
Happy Belated Birthday!!! I have been away, so sorry I missed it but thank you for sharing tea with us this morning!ReplyDelete
Thanks for stopping by for tea and such today. You were admiring the cream and red tea set...well it isn't all that expensive so maybe Santa could handle it.ReplyDelete
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Hello Lola! I do like that green tea set! I've always admired ironstone...its just got a class all to itself...and yours is sooo pretty! And I love the little quilt topper! I'm about to embark on one...yes, I'm really going to make a quilt! I am!!!! Always love visiting you, my friend...I'll help you up, if you'll help me up...it is getting harder and harder to pick these tired bones UP...they want to stay DOWN! Oh, that fire does sound nice, that should warm us us and get us ready for tea!ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful Tea Things Tuesday...God bless you!
What fun to have tea by the fire!
I really like the shape of that creamer. What fun. The quilted table topper is very sweet. Happy Tea things to you...
Love your dishes....truly love them.ReplyDelete
Oh Lola, what a sweet post. I would like nothing more than to come sit in front of a cozy fire and enjoy a cup of tea with you. Your fireplace tea setting is just lovely.ReplyDelete
I would love to join you by the fire for a cup of tea! All of your tea treasures are so pretty, love that wonderful green! Your teapot table topper is wonderful and a sweet remembrance of your friend. Thank you for having me over and thank you also for stopping by Bunny Cottage for a cup. Have a blessed and beautiful week, dear friend! Vicki
Lovely as always. I would love to join you for tea by the fire.ReplyDelete
So beautiful and cosy, I really enjoyed my visit. You paint a beautiful picture for my eyes and for my mind.ReplyDelete