Welcome Sweet Teacup Friends
Transferware for Tea Time
I hope that you don't think that I am a "copy cat"; but after seeing some beautiful transferware tea settings on my favourite blogging friends posts last week, I just had to take a few pics of my small collection.
I think you have seen the teapot and large pitcher that I got at Salvation Army.
The pattern is Johnson Brother's
They were not a great deal but better than most prices on ebay.....
at $24.99 each.
Sweet Sis gave me the tiny cream and sugar.
Aren't they dear?
Such pretty patterned handles.
The cottage seems to take much clearer and sharper pics than at home. I am thinking that the sky light here gives more light and this may be why. Perhaps you knowledgable photographers could let me know.
The African Violet is in bloom as are the outdoor mums which I have cut and brought inside for some colour. Do you miss your garden flowers too?
The teacups are shaped differently but are both
Johnson Brother's Friendly Village.
Hubby and I found the taller cups at the Retro and Antique Fair at the Croatian Cultural Centre many months ago. The saucerless cups were $2.00 each. Luckily I had some extra saucers.
I want to thank all of my blogging friends for your kind words and comments each week and also Thank You to those who just stop by to visit.
I do appreciate your friendship.
Blogland is such a Friendly Village too!
Thank you for joining me today for
Transferware for Tea Time!
See you next week!
I hope that you will also join me at these beautiful blogspots:
Friends Sharing TeaBeverly ~http://howsweetthesound.typepad.com/
Martha ~ http://www.marthasfavorites.com
Tea on Tuesday
Tuesday Cuppa Tea