Taking tea in 2014 will be just as lovely - if not more lovely than it was in 2013! I think hot tea always tastes the best when it is cold outside and it certainly is that. Sitting here by the winter window we can admire our recent snow - so nice that it covers the brownness of winter.
Now that Christmas is all packed up we know that winter will be with us for a while so let's enjoy all our hot tea opportunities.
I am sharing this small English teapot (or could it be a coffee?) that is perfect for tea for one or two. (I later sold this though)
The English cup and saucer is called "Lavender Lady". The teapot is 1930's -40's Art Deco Style with fruits and roses by K Tunstall. Both have a gold filigree background. I have seen pieces like this before on some of my favorite blogs. Have you noticed pieces like this while out antiquing?
My other cup and saucer with the pansies is an English Tuscan. I am finding these from time to time and love the brand.
We had a snowy day all day Saturday. After seeing pictures on the news I need to say that this was nothing like you folks in the northeast just experienced!
I have baked us something too! Are you hungry - good - you are!