Monday, October 15, 2012

Time for Tea

 
This very delicate vintage china were all gathered together and looked so inviting.  These pieces belonged to my sweet mother in love.
I always imagined they would make such a lovely setting for tea.

 Please have a seat and let's enjoy some fellowship together.

One lump or two??

13 comments:

Anne Payne said...

Such a pretty set of china! It's warm and inviting :)

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

I love set of china - and perfect for fall with it's luscious brick red - thank you for this lovely invitation to take tea with you.

Antiques And Teacups said...

A wonderful set of dishes! Such a pretty pattern. And it makes a wonderful tea setting! How nice to have family pieces...I love mine! Thanks for linking to Tuesday Cuppa Tea!
Ruth

sandy said...

Very pretty pattern in your china set! The tea pot is lovely!

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

Hi Jocelyn,
Your MIL's china is beautiful and how lovely it looks all set out for tea. Would love to join you! Thank you for sharing this with my special Pink Tea this week and have a beautiful day.

Blessings,
Sandi

Lavender Cottage said...

Your MIL's china has made a welcome tea for us. One lump for me please.
Judith

Bernideen said...

I recognize this pattern as I have seen it in antique malls over the years....but don't know the name. It is really beautiful!What a precious keepsake....thanks for linking to Friends Sharing Tea.

Beth said...

What beautiful china, Jocelyn! How blessed you are to have it and the memories that go along with it.

Magnolia Cottage said...

Hi Jocelyn,
Your MIL's china makes a lovely tea setting. Such a beautiful pattern. Thanks for sharing. Have a wonderful week.
Blessings,
Lisa

Michelle said...

What a great set of china with such a pretty pattern! It looks marvelous laid out for tea. ~Michelle

AverettLadyNana said...

I love the china! Beautiful!

xinex said...

These are gorgeous, Jocelyn. I love the pattern and colors, really sweet. Thanks for posting about the Wisteria Tea Room or we would not have known about it. We really enjoyed it...Christine

Ruthie Miller said...

I love the teapot. So sweet!
Ruthie from: http://www.ladybstimefortea.blogspot.com